2018 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

3/28/2018 - 4/27/2018

 

Rock. Water. Air. | R.K. Dickson

1/31/2018 – 6/4/2018

 

7th Annual Juried High School Student Art Exhibition

11/1/2017 - 12/8/2017

 

Kate Miller, Chronicles

9/13/2017 – 12/8/2017

 

The Foundry Artists Exhibition

9/13/2017- 10/13/2017

 

2017 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

3/22/2017-4/21/2017

 

Staff and Faculty Exhibition

2/15/2017 - 5/14/2017

The work of Wilson Faculty and Staff will be on exhibition in the Cooley Gallery.

 

Peter Mazzone

Progressions

10/7/16 - 1/27/2017

Mazzone’s Progressions is a collection of new paintings inspired by the artist’s desire to “remedy the world around them by and through art.” He says he is interested in the “purity of intuition” and “the consciousness of seeing.”

 

Daniel Burns

The Burns Exhibition

9/7/16 - 10/14/2016

The Burns exhibition, Recent Work, is a collection of paintings from 2014-15 created in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. “Each [painting] is an invention representing a moment in time, a fleeting time spent in a studio, a new beginning,” said Burns, who describes painting for him as a “desire” “calling,” and a “privilege.” He works to document experiences, relying on instinct and atmosphere. For him, these works reflect a sense of place, which is deeply rooted in American painting

 

2016 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

3/22/16 – 4/20/16
Juror: Alex Miller, B.A. Art Education, Shippensburg University; M.F.A candidate Hood College; High School Art Teacher, Greencastle-Antrim Area School District
 
Anita Williams, Orange Marigold, 2016, oil on canvas, First Prize
Allison Engle, Home, 2016, photogram, Second Prize
Kari Lehman, The Holocaust, 2015, digital print
Emma Lloyd, XO, 2015, mixed media
Hong Nguyen, Crayons, 2016, gelatin silver print
Benjamin Luzier, Lazy Sunday, 2016, acrylic on canvas

 

Alejandro Durán

Washed Up: Transforming a Trashed Landscape
March 22 – May 27, 2016 (show extended to June 12, 2016)

Artist and educator Alejandro Durán brings his stunning photography and installation project – Washed Up: Transforming a Trashed Landscape – to the John Stewart Memorial Library’s new Sue Davison Cooley Art Gallery at Wilson College in March. Washed Up eloquently depicts the worldwide impact of plastic pollution through Durán’s photographs of Sian Ka’an, a tropical nature reserve in Mexico, where the natural world intersects with trash carried there from around the globe by ocean currents. Read more.