Fall 2017

Julia Morgan ArtJulia Morgan

September 6–October 5

Reception: September 22, 3:30-6PM
Gallery Talk: September 13, 12:30PM

Pictured: Camargue Sunset, 2017, watercolor, marker & paint pen on paper, 12×16″

Joan Hathaway Art

Joan Hathaway

Ceramic Work in the Glass Cases
September 6–October 16

Reception: September 22, 3:30-6PM

Pictured: Pitcher, 2016, Stoneware, reduction cone 10



Work by Artist Taylor French BenoitTaylor French Benoit
(MWCC Alum, Graduate of Maine College of Art)

October 12–December 2
New work!

Reception: October 13, 3:30-6PM
Gallery Talk: November 8, 12:30–1:30PM

Pictured: Untitled from Been Here, Now What series, 2017, wood panel, acrylic paint and tacks, 48″ x 48″

Ceramics CollageCeramic Work by Artists From
Salmon Falls Gallery (Shelburne Falls, MA)

  • Juliet Bacchas
  • Cynthia Consentino
  • Lucy Fagella
  • Joy Friedman
  • Chris London
  • Michael McCarthy
  • Tom White

October 23–December 28


Exhibition of Student Work: Painting II & Drawing III

Oil painting, Buoyant by Karah Karpowich

  • Allyson Bois
  • McKenzie Dano
  • Veronique Escabi
  • Sage Floyd-Hathaway
  • Matthew Gates
  • Tamara Harmon
  • Nico Joslin
  • Karah KarpowichCharcoal and Gesso drawing, Untitled by Allyson Bois
  • Ruth Major
  • Terrence Marks
  • Lindsey Seppala
  • Kabilgangai Subramanian
  • Oliver White

December 19–January 26

Reception: Thursday, December 21 at 3:30–6PM

Pictured (top): Buoyant 2017, oil on panel, 16 x 20 in, by Karah Karpowich
Pictured (bottom): Untitled 2017, charcoal & gesso, 24 x 18 in, by Allyson Bois


Spring 2018

Blue and teal flowing fabric assembled in an abstract presentation on a white/grey background (Art piece is titled Pirouette by Deborra Stewart-Pettengill)

Deborra Stewart-Pettengill

Ebb and Flow
New work

February 3–March 1

Gallery Talk: Thursday, March 1, 3:30PM
Reception: Thursday, March 1, 4:30–6PM

Closed February 19

Pictured: Pirouette 2017, aluminum wire mesh, enamel & acrylic paint, 26″ x 20″ x 10″


A light teal pottery vase with a crackle effect on a black background, by artist Bob GreenBob Green

Raku & burnished pottery in the gallery glass cases

February 2–March 16

Demonstration & Talk: Friday, March 9, 12–1:45PM





View of the East Wing Gallery hallway and sign with artwork lining the walls 35th Annual Regional High School Art Exhibition & Competition

April 2–19
Reception & Awards:  Thursday, April 12, 6–8PM

Work in this year’s exhibit is by students from the following schools:

  • Cushing Academy
  • Fitchburg High School
  • Gardner High School
  • Closeup of 5 art pieces mounted on the white wall (varying subjects)Leominster High School
  • Mahar Regional
  • Oakmont Regional
  • Sizer School
  • Wachusett Regional
  • The Winchendon School



Black and white drawing of a figure holding a skull in their hand47th Annual MWCC Student Art Exhibition

Work from foundation & advanced art courses
May 7–May 23
Reception: Wednesday, May 9, 3:30–6PM

Pictured Top: Brittany Waseleski, All That Lives Must Die, Charcoal Drawing, 2018, 18″ x 24″

Pictured Bottom: Kevin Oxford, Stoneware, Raku Fired Pieces, 2018


Two raku fired ceramic pieces, one short, wide, white vase, the other a tall thinner teal vase








Robert G. Osborne

September 5–October 2

“What I hope to suggest in this show is to offer work that is a little more on the questioning side, not too easy, a bit ambiguous. Most importantly is my intent to make viewers really look closely and think about the images and their interaction.


I retired as an art dealer, going from buying and selling art to making it. This show, my first, is the result — a recent breakthrough from a more traditional image to what you see here. I returned to art school here at The Mount, studying the basics with three professors and their exuberant and enthusiastic students. This dual exposure was very positive to my artistic endeavors.”

Kevin Oxford

Photo of raku fired stoneware by Kevin Oxford
Raku fired stoneware
Kevin Oxford, 2018

November 15 – December 20, 2018

Reception: Wednesday, December 19, 2018, 3:00-5:30 p.m.

Gallery Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m-8 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., open during theatre events

Closed:  November 22 & 23


For more information contact:

Gallery Director at j_miller@mwcc.mass.edu 

Keith Hollingworth

Photo of artwork by Keith Hollingworth
Keith Hollingworth, 2017, mixed media

November 15 – December 6

Gallery Talk: Monday, November 19, 2018, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Gallery Hours:

Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m-8 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., open during theatre events

Closed:  November 22 & 23


For more information contact:

Gallery Director at j_miller@mwcc.mass.edu