Category: Previous Exhibitions

  • What’s Going On? Contemplative Paintings with Joan Hanley

    What’s Going On? Contemplative Paintings with Joan Hanley

    What’s Going On? Contemplative Paintings with Joan Hanley Joan Hanley’s recent paintings explore experiences of intimacy during the Covid pandemic. She makes art of ‘cellphone memories ‘, that is, the snapshots taken on cell phones which circulate between family and friends. These impressions take on new meaning through her practice with oil paint, pencil, ink, […]

  • Diane Arbus

    Diane Arbus

    Diane Arbus: 10 Years: Masterworks from the 1960s and 70s With her incomparable eye for detail, renowned photographer Diane Arbus’s work is notorious for questioning social norms through a compassionate lens. Her work is an investigation of personal happiness, identity and belonging — with special attention to individuals living on the social fringe. During an […]

  • Express Yourself: Wild & Free 2022

    Express Yourself: Wild & Free 2022

    Express Yourself: Wild & Free 2022 Express Yourself Exhibition, WILD & FREE, features set design pieces and artwork from their performance at the Boch Center – Wang Theatre on May 26th, 2022. Comprised of over 350 youth, this performance featured their interpretations of what it means to be ‘Wild & Free’! Visiting artist, Wes Bruce […]

  • Senior Thesis 2022

    Senior Thesis 2022
  • Portrait of Quiet: Porcelain Plates by Kelly O’Briant

    Portrait of Quiet: Porcelain Plates by Kelly O’Briant

    Award winners and nominees highlight this exhibit of the most successful art student creations at Endicott College. Majors represented are Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Design Photography, Studio Art, and Performing Arts. Pieces include ceramics, drawing, digital design, film, painting, photography, and recorded performances. Award categories consist of faculty-awarded first, second, and third place, popular […]

  • Lady of the Lights: The Figurative Art of Maria Cusumano

    Lady of the Lights: The Figurative Art of Maria Cusumano

    This exhibit focuses on a ten-year period, between 1985 and 1995, of Maria Cusumano’s artmaking when the human form became a central subject of her art. The large pastels on view were allegories expressing the artist’s philosophies, politics, and psyche; in these works, Maria used herself as the primary figure model for her pastels, paintings, […]

  • Senior Thesis 2021

    Senior Thesis 2021
  • No Matter How Delicate:

    No Matter How Delicate:

    Endicott Fine Arts Alumni from the past 10 years A conceptually-driven program, with semi-private undergraduate studios and individual instruction emphasizing portfolio development and professional practices, the Endicott College Fine Arts Department has put forth some excellent artists over the last 10 years. Many of these artists are exhibiting nationally, have won national awards, and have […]

  • Student Invitational 2021

    Student Invitational 2021

    Award winners and nominees highlight this exhibit of the most successful art student creations at Endicott College. Majors represented are Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Design Photography, Studio Art, and Performing Arts. Pieces include ceramics, drawing, digital design, film, painting, photography, and recorded performances. Award categories consist of faculty-awarded first, second, and third place, popular […]

  • Touch the Sky: The Surreal Cityscapes of Molly Levine

    Touch the Sky: The Surreal Cityscapes of Molly Levine

    Rich with layered perspectives, bold color, and playful geometry this collection of work by Molly Levine presents an exciting twist on conventual cityscapes. This exhibition showcases large oil and acrylic paintings which seamlessly transport the viewer through various points of view from the ground up.