Since 2000, the Frank L. Melega Art Museum in Brownsville staged an Artist of the Pike exhibit, set to open the same weekend as the National Road Festival, May 20 and 21.

The annual event has featured accomplished area artists, but this year the honoree, Jeannine Zitney of Grindstone, actually lives and works in a house and studio located along the National Road.

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