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Wilson Art Gallery

Named for Jerome ("Jerry") M. Wilson (1916-2001), chair of the library fundraising drive, 1979-81

Brian Cirmo : Patterns, Cycles, and Change

August 26 – October 5, 2018

"Patterns, Cycle, and Change" by Brian Cirmo will be the opening art exhibit for 2018/2019 season of the Wilson Art Gallery. Artist Brian Cirmo uses historical references, literature, popular culture and more to address themes such as love and loss, evolution and creationism, comedy and tragedy, mark and expression, and fame and anonymity in his oil paintings.

Brian Cirmo : Patterns, Cycle, and Change

The show runs Aug. 26 – Oct. 5, 2018 with an opening reception and artist talk on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Art by Brian Cirmo

Home Again

Hopper

The Fanatic

Stoic

Nimrod (I Voted)

Undercover

Harbinger

I Miss the Innocence I've Know

The Catch

The Weight

Hug

Repose

Cat's in the Well

Fulcrum

Out of Place

Brian Cirmo Reception

Brian Cirmo introduces his work to students.

Students attend gallery opening.

Director of Library Inga Barnello and Professor Emeritus Jacqueline Belfort-Chalat, Founding Chair of the Fine Arts Department.

Inga Barnello and Professor Jen Gandy of the Visual Arts Department with Artist Brian Cirmo.

Brian Cirmo explains the story behind his paintings to students.

Brian Cirmo describes his process.

Students observe Brian Cirmo's work.

Students in the library looking at the new exhibit.

Students gather around Brian Cirmo and listen to him describe his art career.

Jen Gandy speaking to Brian Cirmo.

2018/2019 Calendar

2018/2019 Season