2017–2018 East Wing Exhibits

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