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Danielle Coenen

Mettle
Anderson Gallery
November 8 - February 21, 2022

Jack Wolfe

Civil Rights Paintings: A Viewing in 2020
Anderson Virtual
June - June 2022

Jack Wolfe

Native American Paintings
Anderson Virtual
September - June 2022

Senior Photography

Within Your Frame
Anderson Virtual
September - June 2022

Stephen Smalley

HENRICUS VIII series
and selections from four decades
Anderson Gallery
March 14th. - April 25th., 2022

Boyden
Boyden Hall

Identity

June 2021 - June 2022

Maxwell

Mary McGrath

Second Floor Lounge
August 20 - February 7,2022

Student Works

Recent gift of Michael Somers
Third Floor
August 9 - Jaunuary 15,2022

Donald Stoltenberg

Curated by Mollie Rose Burk, Class of 2025
Third Floor
Jaunuary - February, 2022

Ragini Upadhyay

Curated by Prof. Diane Fox
Third Floor
March 5 - 21, 2022

Black Voice - Freedom Summer

Recent Gift of Melinda Greason
Second Floor

Hall of Black Achievement

First Floor Lounge

Boyden
Turchon Tunnel Mural

@SONNI


DMF Science and Mathematics

Visions of the Future

Travel the Solar System


Moakley Center

Identity

June 2021 - June 2022


The Wellness Center at Weygand Hall

Travis Bedel
 

 


Wallace

(l-r) Dr. Wallace L. Anderson, Prof. Robert Barnett, Pres. Adrian Rondileau

 

     
 
 

Exhibitions

 
Mazu

Ganga and Mazu, Goddesses of Rivers and Seas

Greg Wyatt
Greg Wyatt’s sculptural compositions that represent these goddesses integrate classical technique with innovative figurization. Each of the four figures in the works are a reminder of the Academic tradition of sculpture: from Ancient Greece and Rome to the Italian Renaissance.

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Coenen

Danielle Coenen

Mettle
I’m drawn to the face because of its inherent psychological weight. Primarily working from images of women that I find, I think of my work as simultaneously portraiture and self-portraiture, projecting myself onto another.

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Coenen

Art Loans for Living Spaces

Spring 2022
Art Loans for Living Spaces purpose is for select works of art to leave the gallery’s walls, and to enter the active lives of the students of BSU. These works will adorn the living spaces that our students call home. The interests of our diverse student body and the range of involvement with art among BSU students, informed how we have begun to build this specific collection. The first 26 works have been selected to reflect a diversity in ethnicity, nationality, and gender of artists which mirror this institutions student body. Selection was also informed by the balance of both representational and abstract imagery.

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Stoltenberg

Donald Stoltenberg


Selections from the Roger Dunn Gift
Curated by Mollie Rose Burk
January - February, 2022
Maxwell Library, 3nd. floor
This show follows Stoltenberg’s work reverse chronologically, starting with his most recent watercolors in maritime themes and oceans liners and transitioning to his earlier pieces of industrial forms and architecture.

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Wolfe

Mary McGrath


Touch
A tactile/Braille exhibit for the visually impaired community
Maxwell Library, 2nd. floor

Her interest in nonverbal communication began when her father taught her Morse Code...

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Samlley

Stephen Smalley


HENRICUS VIII series & selections from four decades
March 14th. - April 25th., 2022

Over a decade ago I began a series of small gouache / mixed media paintings which frequently depicted the Tudor monarch Henry VIII in improbable attire and places.

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Wolfe

@SONNI


Turchon Tunnel Mural

His passion is to paint murals in public spaces, finding that dialogue with the public through primary colors and playfulness.

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identity

Identity

The images that are in Boyden and Moakley represent more than a football team, famous architecture, or the reputation of a specific scholar. These images represent the breadth of the Bridgewater State University community.. Kelsey Leuenberger and Monica Rivera; graduates of BSU, have captured the individuality found in our students, staff and faculty. These portraits illuminate those who daily make Bridgewater State University possible.

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Hoba

Hall of Black Achievement

For over twenty years the Massachusetts Hall of Black Achievement (HOBA) discovered, detailed and disclosed the significant achievements and contributions of African Americans, Cape Verdeans, and Hispanics of African descent who made significant contributions to the Commonwealth.

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Gendre

Greg Wyatt


Greg and Fay Wyatt Sculpture Garden

The bronze works of Greg Wyatt interprets and reimagines famous poems into the language of dance. This initial group of twelve plaques with their accompanying poems are the first phase of the Greg and Fay Wyatt Sculpture garden at Bridgewater State University. These works join the sculpture "Spirit of the Dance" by Greg Wyatt which depicts the dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov suspended in mid-leap.

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New to the Collection

 

Neo Sole
Victor “Marka27” Quiñonez

Grey Emotions
Sheffy McFly

Stick With It
Robert Michael "CES" Provenzano

 

Naga Biru - Purple Colorway
Mateo

FH Signature Style
Free Humanity

No Human Being is Illegal
Sneha "Imagine" Shrestha

 

Ha Ha Cloudmachine
Dave Van Patten

NATIVE FLOW
Victor "Marka27" Quiñonez

Nectar
Danielle Coenen

 

Nature is Infinite
Nick Zaremba

Black Voice - Freedom Summer
Jack Wolfe
Donated by Melinda Greason

 

Anderson Gallery Publications

 
Stopforth
Stopforth
 
Jerzyk
Moxhay
 
Sculpture
Ceramics
Drawn Drawing