Around the convention centre
By Hamish Johnston
Pittsburgh is the birthplace of Andy Warhol and Heinz Ketchup — and the two come together nicely in these pieces hanging on the convention centre wall.
The paintings are by the Pittsburgh-born artist Burton Morris and evoke Warhol and other 20th century American artists.
I don’t think Warhol did ketchup bottles — although I think he gave us his take on the cardboard boxes that held the bottles.
By the way, the folks under the pictures are real physicists, not life-sized artworks!