Le Moyne Visual Arts Faculty Recent WorksJames Ridlon : Paintings and AssemblagesMark Povinelli : Post Cambrian ExplosionSharon BuMann and Gail Hoffman : Agents of ExpressionCaroline Tauxe : Women’s WealthLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
Le Moyne Visual Arts Faculty Recent WorksLife Blood: Women in Haudenosaunee ArtSondra and John Bromka : Sculpted Sound: From Art to Wood to MusicMatthew Litteken : Render Unto CaesarDeborah Zlotsky : Being ImpossibleLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
Le Moyne Faculty Art ShowEd Smith : The LaborsChristopher and Richard Williams : Art as Catharsis: Watch Out I Need to PurgeRobert Gerhardt : Life on the Border: The Karen People of BurmaIngrid Ludt : Forest Becomes OceanLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
Barry Darling and Charlie Wollowitz : On and Off the WallRichard Barnett : The Road to CatharsisPeter Michel : Sculpture in Celebration of Self, Relationship and CommunityKatya Krenina : “Once Upon a Time...”Scott Herrmann : (Re)Circulate(d): Studies in CollageLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
Stephen Ryan : WatercoloursBenjamin Busch : The Art in WarEric Shute : The Art of PochadeBob Gates : Encounters With(in) ImagesJian Cui : Tradition and InnovationLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
Kim Waale : The Center of the Earth is in My BackyardDavid Grannis Moore : CarnivalMelissa Johnson : New Paintings: Spaces BetweenLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
Le Moyne Visual Arts Faculty Recent WorksJohn Francis McCarthy : The Wisest Man Series: The Irish Language Through TimeRobert Thurber: Visual DocumentsPenny Santy: The Nature of Our SoulCarol Adamec : Playing With Fire: Ceramics, Cast Bronze, and Welded SteelLe Moyne Annual Student Art Show
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About the Wilson Art Gallery

Postcard for Le Moyne Visual Arts Faculty Recent WorksFrom its beginning in 1965, the Art Gallery has been affiliated with the College's Library. In 1981, the Art Gallery was moved to the new Library facility and named the Wilson Art Gallery in honor of Mr. Jerome Wilson, who was chief of the fund raising campaign for the new Library.

Administered by the College's Wilson Art Gallery Committee, chaired by Library Director Robert Johnston, it serves both the Le Moyne College and local communities. The Gallery exhibits works of primarily local artists. For more information regarding the layout of the Wilson Art Gallery, please consult the gallery Floor Plan. Limited display stands available.

Prospective exhibitors may submit portfolios consisting of vitae, list of previous exhibits, slides or photographs of their works, reviews, etc. The committee juries the works on the basis of merit and need for varieties of media. It schedules exhibits six to 18 months in advance.

The Wilson Art Gallery is open during Library hours. For more information, call (315) 445-4153.

 

Call for Wilson Art Gallery Proposals for 2014/2015 Season

Wilson Art Gallery ProposalsThe Wilson Art Gallery of the Noreen Reale Falcone Library at Le Moyne College seeks proposals for exhibitions of visual art for the 2014/2015 academic year. The Gallery has openings for four exhibitions lasting three to four weeks each between October 2014 and March 2015.

Request for Proposal for Wilson Gallery Exhibitions for 2014-2015

The Wilson Art Gallery is dedicated to the enrichment of the cultural life of Le Moyne College, the local community and Central New York, and to that end the Gallery Committee will select works based on merit and the need for varieties of media.

Proposals must be received by close of business, Monday, March 31, 2014 for consideration. Decisions and 2014/2014 calendar will be announced by Friday, May 2, 2014.

 

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2013/2014 Season

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