Past Exhibits 2018-2019

January 12 – March 24, 2019

Emerging Dimensions: Works by Li Hongbo and Cai Dongdong

In the last thirty years the landscape of contemporary Chinese art has changed greatly as artists have experimented with new media and forms of expression. American audiences have had few opportunities to see these works first-hand outside of major metropolitan museums. Misericordia University, in partnership with Eli Klein Gallery in New York, is proud to present new contemporary Chinese art in "Emerging Dimensions: Works by Li Hongbo and Cai Dongdong."

Li Hongbo Bust of Soldier

Li Hongbo
Bust of Soldier, 2018
25 5/8 x 4 3/4 x 11 inches

Paper sculptor Li Hongbo carves through blocks of thousands of sheets of paper to create elastic sculptures that can be stretched across the gallery.

Cai Dongdong
Fountain, 2015
Silver gelatin print, tap in artist’s frame
25 1/4 X 20 1/4 X 3 7/8 inches

Cai Dongdong, a former documentary photographer, adds ready-made objects such as mirrors to his photographs to challenge the belief that photographs portray reality.

Demonstrations and tours

Gallery staff will demonstrate the flexibility of Li Hongbo's sculptures every Friday at 10 a.m., 12 noon, and 2 p.m. Photography and video are allowed for this exhibition. To request a tour or demonstration at other times please contact Lalaine Little, Gallery Director, at (570) 674-6250.

September 11 - December 2, 2018

Contemplating Character: Portrait Drawings & Oil Sketches from Jacques Louis David to Lucien Freud

The exhibition explores the evolution of portraiture from the end of the 18th century until the present. In contrast to portraiture as the tired flattery of the rich and powerful at the end of the eighteenth century, the invigorating new movements of Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism that took hold of art at the end of the eighteenth century and into the nineteenth century were the result of a desire for a sense of "unvarnished truth," and a more honest and gritty incisiveness of depiction emerged. By the twentieth century, the hallmark of the portrait was individuality; the sense of “personality” was primary, whether stylistically Post-Impressionist, Expressionist, Surrealist, or Realist.

The works are drawn from the collection of esteemed curator, Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator Emeritus, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine arts Museums of San Francisco.

June 16 - August 12, 2018

America's Road: The Journey of Route 66

Route 66 is emblematic of the American experience. Nearly every aspect of 20th century United States history is reflected in the story of the people and events along the Mother Road. Those who take the journey down Route 66 today can still explore the Main Street of America. Nearly a hundred years of highway culture can be found, whether a thriving relic or decaying ruin. The highway stretches 2,448 miles and crosses through eight states, tracing the migration of people from the Midwest to the Pacific coast. It showcases the stories of people, places, and events from 1926 until today.

America’s Road also features a photo essay created by photographer and author, Russell Olsen. Olsen researched and photographed 75 classic Route 66 service stations, motor courts, cafes, etc. The sites and structures are shown both as they appeared during the mid-20th century and as they appear today.

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Cruise-In at Misericordia University

On Saturday, July 7th we have partnered with the Northeast Pennsylvania Region Antique Automobile Club of America to host a Car Cruse on campus.

Kid's Movie Night with Chick-Fil-A Misericordia

On July 18 children and families are invited to our first movie night featuring a showing of the Disney-Pixar movie, "Cars III." Co-programmed with Chick-Fil-A Misericordia, families are invited to visit the "America's Road" exhibit, where the children will be given an art car kit and a goody bag. They can purchase dinner at Chick-Fil-A in the Banks Student Life Center and go to the Metz Dining Hall to work on their art cars and watch "Cars III."

April 6 - June, 2 2018

Whimsy & Wonder

Verve Vertu

The Pauly Friedman Art Gallery will host ‘Whimsy and Wonder’, an exhibit of work from the students at the Verve Vertu Art Studio, Dallas. This benefit is sponsored by the Misericordia Student Occupational Therapy Association. Verve Vertu Art Studio, 24 Main St., Dallas, is an arts apprenticeship program for the Deutsch Institute, which provides recreational and leisurely activities to people with special needs. The studio enables the artists to tap into their creativity using a wide range of mediums, including watercolors, acrylics, fibers, batik, wool needle felting and inks.

February 3 - March 25, 2018

Canadian Masters of the Carmen and Sarah Latona Collection

Raynald Leclerc (b. 1961) - Port-au-Persil, Quebec, Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 in.

For a little over a decade, local fine art collectors Carmen and Sarah Latona have been acquiring Canadian Masters Art focusing on many of the most important Canadian painters of the last fifty years. Their deep admiration for the French-Canadian culture has flourished into an alluring and distinguished fine art collection.

About the collection by Carmen Latona:

This collection of Canadian Masters has grown out of our love for the French-Canadian culture--people, language, landscape, and art. Nearly twenty years ago, I visited Quebec for the first time. A family member told me that Quebec City was more beautiful than most small European cities and getting there wasn't nearly as stressful. Since then, my wife Sarah and I have visited Quebec City, Montreal, and Charlevoix, the mountainous region where the Saint Lawrence River begins to meet the ocean, as much as possible.

We bought our first French-Canadian painting in 2004 on l'Ile d'Orleans, an island full of artists, historic villages, cafes, space, and quiet. Shortly after they'd separated, the ex-wife of an artist was selling a portrait he'd done of her. That portrait hung unframed in our chalet the rest of the summer, the first painting we ever purchased together.

The same summer we met a collector/dealer at an outdoor show in Quebec City. He had just returned to Eastern Canada from Vancouver. His collection, voracity, and knowledge of art and the market awed us then and still does to this day. He's currently co-owner of one of Montreal's premier auction houses. He befriended us, opening Canadian art history to us firsthand, and amidst the beauty and excitement of the art and burgeoning friendship, we began to learn how to price and buy, and how the auction houses work in Quebec.

We spent the following summer with him and his family in their home along the Madawaska River. We enjoyed a nearby botanical garden and their canoe. His young daughter often took us to the ice cream shop. We spent our days cataloging art, archiving an artist's estate, cooking, and exploring. Our evenings became late-night discussions about artists--their work, their lives, and quirky stories about the ones our friend knew personally. We got to know nearly every painting in his gallery and home, ranging from antique artifacts, including a sarcophagus, to personal effects of artists, like the diaries of Gordon Kit Thorne. We had fallen in love with many of those works, and some of them are in our collection today.

Throughout the last twelve or so years, Sarah and I have studied Canadian Art, mainly the art of Quebec, as a regular part of our lives. Both high school teachers, we've tried to acquire a few paintings or drawings each year, focusing on important Canadian painters of the last fifty years.

We've worked in tandem on this collection. I've focused more on the market, working out deals, and tending to each piece when it arrives, framing and re-framing, arranging and rearranging. Sarah likes to tease me for my almost-nightly walks through each room, appreciating the pieces, moving them to different spots, pointing out what I hadn't noticed before.

Sarah's eye for certain artists, her advice, and her encouragement to focus our energy and resources in this direction have solidified our shared goal of building the best collection we can. Each piece is special to us, perhaps its history, our history with it, its beauty, the composition, a location we love, or a commission where the artist has rendered us in ways that only we know. But this collection isn't just about us. We hope it will grow to outlive us.

September 9–December 9, 2017

Rodin: Portraits of a Lifetime

Selections from the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Collections

Auguste Rodin, French, 1840 – 1917, Bust of Victor Hugo, modeled 1883; cast number and date unknown, Bronze, 17 x 10 1/4 x 10 3/4 inches. Lent by Iris Cantor.

We are eager to announce a new exhibition that will be traveling from the prestigious Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation in Los Angeles, CA to the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery this fall. Opening September 9, 2017 is Rodin: Portraits of a Lifetime. The selected works featured in Rodin: Portraits of a Lifetime demonstrate Rodin’s deep appreciation for the natural form of the human figure. From his first major sculpture, Rodin’s work was marked by realism, which set him apart from the traditional idealized academic art of the 18th and 19th centuries. Rodin captured the expressiveness and authentic emotion of his subjects in part by using roughly textured bronze surfaces to reflect light, giving the effect of movement. His works were both praised and criticized during his lifetime. Today he is credited with transforming sculpture into a modern art form and he remains one of the most influential artists of all time.

This exhibition has been organized and made possible by the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation.

"Experiencing Rodin" in the Lemmond Theatre at 7:00 PM. Lecture by Judith Sobol, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation.

Judith Sobol is the Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation. She will tell the story of the creation of Iris & B. Gerald Cantor's remarkable collection of work by Auguste Rodin, which at one time numbered 750 pieces. She will also explore Rodin's singular achievement in transforming traditional sculpture into modern sculpture, using works in the Pauly Friedman exhibition as some of the examples.

Gallery reception Saturday, September 9 from 5 PM - 7 PM

July 8 – August 26

Ani Art Academies - Capturing Realism 2017

Capturing Realism 2017

The Pauly Friedman Gallery at Misericordia University and the Ani Art Academies are excited to announce the upcoming academy-wide exhibition, Capturing Realism 2017. The wildly popular biennial event will bring together Ani Art Academies’ artists from multiple countries around the globe. The highly anticipated show will captivate audiences with a breathtaking showcase of artwork from instructors, apprentices, and alumni of the Ani Art Academies.

Ani Art Academies is a non-profit organization that provides an intensive multi-year art skills education to aspiring artists around the world. Utilizing the highly successful training system developed by artist Anthony J. Waichulis, the Ani Art Academies Program is designed to promote creative freedom through logic and discipline.

A collaborative project conceived and founded by Tim Reynolds, Ani Art Academies empowers students to create, express, and communicate in new and exciting ways. In the beginning, the students' limits are constrained by skill- in the end they are only bound by their limitless imagination. Sponsored by the luxurious Ani Villas and the Tim Reynolds Foundation, full-tuition scholarships and financial aid are given to every student so that they may concentrate on their education.

Ani Art Academies thus far:

  • Ani Art Academies Waichulis
  • Ani Art Academies Anguilla
  • Ani Art Academy America
  • Ani Art Academies Dominicana
  • Ani Art Academy Thailand

June 5 - June 15

Verve Vertu Art Studio

Verve Vertu Art Studio

The Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University will host an exhibit of work from the students at the Verve Vertu Art Studio, Dallas, from June 5-15. The Verve Vertu Art Studio, 24 Main St., Dallas, is an arts apprenticeship program for the Deutsch Institute, which provides recreational and leisurely activities to people with special needs. The studio enables the artists to tap into their creativity using a wide range of mediums, including watercolors, acrylics, fibers, batik, wool needle felting and inks.

April 1 - June 3

Robert Stark

The New American Landscape 2017

Robert Stark - The New American Landscape 2017

The New American Landscape 2016 - Oil on Arches Huile, 22x18 in.

Artist Robert Stark has lived and painted in Union Dale, Pennsylvania, for forty years. He also maintains a studio on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, where he and his wife spend their winters. His work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C.; Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee; the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Cosmos Club, Washington DC and Morris Museum of Art, Augusta GA. His paintings have traveled to more than 140 world capitals under the U.S. Department of State’s Art in Embassies program. He is represented in museum, corporate, and private collections all over the United States.

In The MacDonald Gallery:

James Dougher

Cryptic Artifacts

James Dougher - Cryptic Artifacts

Caged Crow

Mixed Media wall relief constructions of Informed Primitivism and small free-standing sculptural objects.

This exhibit is funded in part by The Sandra Dyczewski Maffei Endowment

January 18 – March 14, 2017

Deadly Medicine: Creating The Master Race

A traveling exhibition from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C.

From 1933 to 1945, Nazi Germany carried out a campaign to "cleanse" German society of people viewed as biological threats to the nation's "health." Enlisting the help of physicians and medically trained geneticists, psychiatrists, and anthropologists, the Nazis developed racial health policies that started with the mass sterilization of "hereditarily diseased" persons and ended with the near annihilation of European Jewry.

Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race traces this history from the early 20th-century international eugenics movement to the Nazi regime's "science of race." It also challenges viewers to reflect on the present-day interest in genetic manipulation that promotes the possibility of human perfection.

Dr. Otmar von Verschuer examines twins at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute

Dr. Otmar von Verschuer examines twins at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. As the head of the Kaiser Wilhmer Institute's Department for Human Heredity, Verschuer, a physician and geneticist, examined hundreds of pairs of twins to study whether criminality, feeble-mindedness, tuberculosis, and cancer were inheritable. In 1927, he recommended the forced sterilization of the "mentally and morally subnormal." Verschuer typified those academics whose interest in Germany's "national regeneration" provided motivation for their research. -Archiv zur Geschichte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin-Dahlem

Medical and Health Humanities Deadly Medicine Speaker Series:

Partial funding for this series comes from the Catherine and Daniel Flood Endowment for the Humanities and the Medical and Health Humanities program.

Date: Thursday, January 19, 7pm

Location: Insalaco Room 218

Rabbi Larry Kaplan, Rabbi at Temple Israel of Wilkes-Barre

Title of talk: Should Good Come out of Evil?

There will be a screening of the Benjamin Ferencz interview after the talk, in the same room.

The Art Gallery will be opened until 9pm this evening.


Date: Thursday, January 26, 7pm

Location: Lemmond Theatre (ticketed event)

Commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Reflecting on the Past to Protect the Future. A two-day event organized by the Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics, and the Holocaust.

Dr. Matthew Wynia, Director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

Dr. Patricia Heberer-Rice, Director, Division of the Reference Historian, The Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Title of talk: How Healers Became Killers: Nazi Doctors and Modern Medical Ethics

The Art Gallery will be opened until 9pm this evening.


Date: Wednesday, February 1, 5pm

Location: Insalaco Room 218

Dr. Carol Rittner, RSM, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the Dr. Marsha Raticoff Grossman Emerita Professor of Holocaust Studies at Stockton University.

Dr. Okla Elliott, Assistant Professor of English, Misericordia University

Taylor Rupp and Nicole Grassi, students at Misericordia University

Title of talk: Holocaust and Comparative Genocide Pedagogy

There will be a screening of the Benjamin Ferencz interview after the talk, in the same room.


Date: Tuesday, February 7, 5pm

Location: Insalaco Room 218

Dr. Margot Wielgus, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Misericordia University

Title of talk: Deadly Euphemisms: A Philosophical Analysis of Nazi Medical Terminology.

There will be a screening of the Benjamin Ferencz interview after the talk, in the same room.


Date: Wednesday, February 15, 6:30pm

Location: Lemmond Theatre (ticketed event)

Dr. Arthur Caplan, the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor of Bioethics; Director—Division of Medical ethics, New York University’s Langone Medical Center

Title: Compassion for the Dying: Should the Dying be Able to Access Experimental Drugs?

The Art Gallery will be opened until 9pm this evening.


Date: Tuesday, February 21, 7pm

Location: Insalaco Room 218

Dr. Thomas Hajkowski, Associate Professor of English, Misericordia University

Title of talk: The Medical Professional and the Nazi Regime

There will be a screening of the Benjamin Ferencz interview after the talk, in the same room.

The Art Gallery will be opened until 9pm this evening.


Date: Wednesday, March 1, 12pm

Location: Insalaco Room 218

Rabbi Roger Lerner, Rabbi at Temple B’nai B’rith

Title of Talk: The Hippocratic Oath and Medical Research: Where’s the Line?



Because of an impending winter storm, we have cancelled Eva Kor's talk on Tuesday night (3/14); it has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Sept 12th at 7pm. Anyone who would like to keep their reservations for the September 12th date should call the MU Box office at 570-674-6719 by April 30th; you will be issued new tickets in late May. On May 1st, any tickets that have not been re-reserved will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and can be reserved through the MU Box Office. For more info visit:

Date: Tuesday, March 14, 7pm -

Location: Lemmond Theatre (ticketed event) -

Eva Mozes Kor, founder of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Terre Haute, IN.

Title of talk: The Triumph of the Human Spirit, from Auschwitz to Forgiveness

Eva Kor, a survivor of the Mengele twin experiments, will speak of her experience and the notion of forgiveness.

There will be a book signing and reception after the talk.

The Art Gallery will be opened until 9pm this evening.

"Adolf Hitler as the Doctor of the German Nation," National Health Guardian, 1935. Rudolf Hess referred to Nazism as "applied biology."– National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD

This exhibition has been made possible by The Lerner Foundation and Eric F. and Lore Ross, with additional support from the Lester Robbins and Shelia Johnson Robbins Traveling and Special Exhibitions Fund established in 1990.

October 22 - December 10, 2016

Perspectives on Hemingway and the Image

Hemingway and the Veneto

Hemingway seated

(b.1899 - d. 1961) Novelist, Short Story Writer, and Journalist

A Symposium on the Life and Writing of Ernest Hemingway. Included are various photographs and artifacts.

Saturday, October 22:

Student Paper Presentations: 12:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.—Rm #216 (Dudrick) and #217 (Muth) Insalaco Hall

Symposium Panel: Perspectives on Hemingway and the Image. 3:00—4:30 p.m.—Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, Insalaco Hall

Hemingway Scholar Panelists

Suzanne del Gizzo, Ph.D., Chestnut Hill College

Sandra Spanier, Ph.D., Penn State University, Main Campus

Linda Miller, Ph.D., Penn State Abington

H.R. Stoneback, Ph.D., State University of New York, New Paltz and President, The Hemingway Society

Keynote Speaker

Valerie Hemmingway, daughter-in-law of Ernest Hemingway and Author of "Running with the Bulls: My Year with the Hemingways". Lecture will be held in The Lemmond Theatre 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm on Saturday, October 22, McAuley-Walsh Building.

Hemingway and the Veneto - Pauly Friedman Art Gallery

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. public opening reception to follow guest speaking engagement and Art Gallery Hemingway Opening - Intermezzo Area

All events are free and open to the public.

Funded by The Soyka Fund for the Humanities

May 15 - September 30, 2016

Ansel Adams: Masterworks

This exhibition features a collection of forty-seven works by Ansel Adams (1902 -1984), which constituted nearly two-thirds of a selection Adams made late in his life to serve as a representation of his life’s work. Called “The Museum Set,” these works reveal the importance Adams placed on the drama and splendor of natural environments. Included are many of Adams' most famous and best-loved photographs, which encompass the full scope of his work: elegant details of nature, architectural studies, portraits, and the breathtaking landscapes for which he is revered. The exhibition also includes a photo portrait of Ansel Adams by James Alinder.

Ansel Adams Masterworks poster

Lectures by: Brian F. Carso, J.D., Ph.D Associate Professor of History and Government Misericordia University. "The Clearest Way into the Universe": Nature's Meaning in the Photographs of Ansel Adams.

Ansel Adams- The Tetons and Snake River

The Tetons and the Snake River, ca.1942 Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Photograph by Ansel Adams. © National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the National Park Service.

Portrait of Ansel Adams

Portrait of Ansel Adams by James AIinder. © James Alinder Courtesy of Turtle Bay Exploration Park.

Funded in part by The Sandra Dyczewski Maffei Endowment.

This exhibition was organized by The Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, California.

© The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust Exhibition tour management by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.


February 6 - April 23, 2016

Renée Emanuel - The Golden Moment

Impressionistic oil and acrylic still life paintings

White Pears and Zinnias, 37"x29", Acrylic on paper

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Bill Teitsworth: Painting Places

Watercolor and acrylic landscape paintings of Pennsylvania

The Overpass, 27"x29"


October 10 - December 12, 2015

John Mitchell: Not a Fish

John Mitchell_Still Life with Vases

Still Life With Vases

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Jacqueline Evans: Photo Extractions: Places & Things

Glass Menagerie

This exhibition was partly funded by The Sandra Dyczewski Maffei Endowment


October 5 - October 9, 2015

Tibetan Monks - Sand Mandala


July 11 - September 30, 2015

Capturing Realism 2015 - Ani Art Academies

17 years since its inception, the wildly popular biennial event will bring together Ani Art Academies’ artists from multiple countries around the globe. The highly anticipated show will captivate audiences with a breathtaking showcase of artwork from instructors, apprentices, and alumni of the Ani Art Academies.

Expedition Anthony Waichulis


May 2 - June 30, 2015

Sharon Cosgrove: Sudden Intuition

Recent paintings

Eye of the Needle

Eye of the Needle

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Roz Weinberger: For The Love of Horses

Horsehair pottery

Roz_Weinberger Gray Arabian


March 14 - April 26, 2015

Jose Luis Corella: Paintings


Imagine, 100 cmx100 cm, Oil on wood


January 24 - March 7, 2015

Salvatore Dali in Print

On loan from the Collection of Elizabeth Morrow

Salvadore Dali Upside Down Guy.jpg Salvadore Dali

Upside Down Guy Philippe Halsman

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Mo Delvin Photography: Frozen Flowers

Morrell Devlin_Reptilian Bloom

Reptilian Bloom


October 4 - December 10, 2014

Joan Miro: Fantastic Universe

On loan from the Collection of Elizabeth Morrow

Le Soleil Rouge

Le Soleil Rouge

This exhibition is presented in Memory of Sandra Dyczewski Maffei for the inaugural Sandra Dyczewski Maffei Endowment Fund Presentation

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Victoria Posatko_Losing My Marbles

Something for the Palette Adam Vinson

Something for the Palette by Adam Vinson

Musings of a Private Collector


May 10 - September 21, 2014

Pablo Picasso - 25 Years of Limited Edition Ceramics from the Rosenbaum Collection

These ceramic plates, bowls, and vases were created by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), the internationally known painter, sculptor and graphic artist, in collaboration with Georges and Suzanne Ramie and the artisans at the Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, France from 1947-71. Together, they produced 633 different ceramics in limited editions ranging from 25 to 500. A prolific artist throughout his career, he was no different as a ceramicist as he produced, invented and discovered thousands of unique creations during his years at Vallauris.

This exhibition, which features 46 original and limited-edition ceramic works, will be complemented by the lecture, "Picasso: Art & Psyche", by Elisa Korb, J.D., Ph.D., assistant professor and chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Misericordia University.


April 22 - April 29, 2014

Misericordia University Student Art Exhibition


March 15 - April 15, 2014

Thomas Dougherty: Landscapes in Oil

In The MacDonald Gallery:

John Clark: Recent Watercolors


January 25 - March 2, 2014

Classical Masters: The Grandeur of Rome - Etchings by Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Luigi Rossini

Lectures by Russell B. Roberts, AIA entitled "Drawing on the Ruins of Rome: Roman Architecture and the Etchings of Piranesi and Rossini"


November 9 - December 13, 2013

David Klevinsky: KLEVINSKY

Abstract Acrylic Paintings

November 9 - December 13, 2013

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Philip Dente: Found Objects

Black and White Photography


September 7 - October 31, 2013

Capturing Realism 2013 - Ani Art Academies

This is the Ani Art Academies' biennial exhibition of 42 current and former 'Realist' apprentices of Modern Living Master Anthony Waichulis. New this year, the show will debut the works of the students of the 2 newly constructed academies located in Anguilla and The Dominican Republic. The exhibition will feature a variety of oil paintings, charcoal and graphite drawings in the realist tradition.


August 24, 2013

Attic Art Sale: One Day Only Sale of Art and Collectibles


June 8 - July 7, 2013

Marylou Chibirka: Portraits, Landscapes and Oils

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Todd Jeffries: Wheel Thrown Clay Works

Tim Weaver: Recent Watercolors


April 6 - June 2, 2013

Peter Stern: Pennsylvania From Above

Aerial Photography

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Thomas Stapleton: Recent Landscapes in Oil


March 17 - March 31, 2013

Misericordia University Student Art Exhibition

Mixed Media

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Misericordia Fine Arts Faculty

Mixed Media


January 14 - February 28, 2013

Norman Rockwell: 323 'Saturday Evening Post' Covers

In The MacDonald Gallery:

3 Original oil paintings by Norman Rockwell on loan

Presented in part by William D. Jenkins II & Wells Fargo Financial Consulting Group


October 13 - December 9, 2012

George Mummert and Michael Tymon: Form & Process

Sculpture in Bronze, Stone and Steel

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Elizabeth Fulton

Casein Paintings and Giclee prints


July 14 - September 22, 2012

Igor Khazanov: Beyond the Status Quo

Recent paintings and Ceramics

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Brother Kenneth Chapman: Celebration of Life

Acrylic paintings


May - June 29, 2012

The History & Impact of Nursing Education in Luzerne County from 1893-2012


April 8 - April 29, 2012

Nina Davidowitz: Essence of Form

Recent Paintings

Skip Sensbach: Essence of Form

Clay and Wood

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Leigh Pawling: Botanical Impressions - An Installation of Contrasting Images



March 17 - March 31, 2012

Misericordia University Student Art Exhibit

Mixed Media

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Misericordia Fine Arts Faculty

Mixed Media


January 21 - March 4, 2012

Edward Hopper: Early Impressions

Winslow Homer: Woodcut Prints

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Michael Molnar: Recent Paintings


October 29 - December 10, 2011

Capturing Realism 2011 - Ani Art Academies


July 23 - October 16, 2011

The Mary Wilson Supremes' Collection: The Gowns That Created A Musical Style & Legacy

50 Gowns on mannequins plus accessories and artifacts


May 1 - June 19, 2011

Steve Poleskie: Paintings 1958-1973

In The MacDonald Gallery:

From our Permanent Collection: Works by Alice Welsh Jenkins


March 13 - April 21, 2011

Luzerne County Women in Pastel Invitational


November 14 - December 18, 2010

Frank E. Schoonover: Landscape Portrayals of the Brandywine and Upper Delaware River Valleys

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Hindu Folk Art Collection from the Misericordia University Dept. of Religious Studies


October 2 - November 7, 2010

David Green: Sculpture & The Human Figure in Stone

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Recent Acquisitions to The Pauly Friedman Collection


July 5 - September 24, 2010

Brian Keeler: Recent Landscapes and Townscapes

Oil paintings

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Ancient Splendors of The Orient

Antique Chinese pottery and textiles

A gifted collection from Daniel Sienkiewicz


April 26 - June 26, 2010

Modern Masters in Print

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Julius Vitali: Awkwardology - An Installation


March 8 - April 17, 2010

Robert Capa WWII Photographs

In The MacDonald Gallery:

Wyoming Valley Historical Society: WWII Artifacts


January 25 - February 27, 2010

ASARO - Revolutionary American Prints

In The MacDonald Gallery:

LA TINTA GRITA - The Ink Shoots: The Art of Social Resistance in Oaxaca, Mexico from the collection of Kutztown University of Pennsylvania


November 7 - December 19, 2009

Capturing Realism - The Waichulis Studio


August 22 - October 25, 2009

Grand Opening of The Pauly Friedman Gallery & Insalaco Hall

Christopher Ries: Guiding Light

Glass Sculpture


MacDonald Art Gallery Past Exhibits (2001-2006)

Sharing Our Art 06' | June 4-June 28, 2006

Recent Batik Pieces | May 6-May 27, 2006

Serenities | April 8-April 30, 2006

25th Suzanne Marie Rosetti Memorial | March 5-April 1, 2006

From Within VI | February 3-February 24, 2006

Pottery and Wood Sculpture by Todd Jeffries and Joe Noto | December 3-December 17, 2006

Capturing Realism | October 15-November 23, 2005

Pattern Meets Paint | September 10-October 8, 2005

Exhibition by Marylou Chibirka | July 7-July 31, 2005

Life Drawing- Students of Wyoming Valley Art League | June 25-July 3, 2005

Sharing Our Art- Gallery Members Exclusive | June 1-June 24, 2005

Photography by Denis Klein | May 2-May 29, 2005

Exhibition by Nina Davidowitz | April 1-April 30, 2005

Suzanne Marie Rosetti Memorial Juried Jr./Sr. High School Exhibition | February 27-March 23, 2005

From Within VI | January 21-February 2005

Stoneware Pottery by Todd Jeffreys | December 4-December 19, 2004

A Different Form of Modernity: Amish Life Across America | October 16-November 30, 2004

Sharing Our Art: Artwork created and collected by MacDonald Art Gallery Members | June 13-June 30, 2004

Colored Pencil Society of Pennsylvania Chapter 115 Member's Exhibition | May 23-June 6, 2004

Wyoming Valley Art League 50th Anniversary Exhibition Present and Past Members: Mixed Media Open Exhibition | April 16-May 16, 2004

Suzanne Marie Rosetti Memorial Juried Jr./Sr. High School Exhibition Sponsored by Sue Hand | February 29-March 21, 2004

From Within IV: Artwork from students, faculty, and staff | January 18-February 8, 2004

Classical Master Prints, 17th and 18th Century prints by Piranesi and Rossini | October 18-December 12, 2003

The Abstract Art of Philip P. Chan: Fallen Angels | September 7-September 30, 2004

100 Years of Antique Quilts from the collection of Joan Byron, M.D. | September 2-September 30, 2003

Sharing Our Art | June 1-June 29, 2003

Of Fiesta | April 27-May 18, 2003

Artist in Residence | April 2003

Suzanne Marie Rosetti Memorial Juried Jr./Sr. High School Exhibition | March 2-March 30, 2003

From Within III | January 19-February 21, 2003

Surrealist Visions in Print | October 19-December 15, 2002

Bob Wagner Photographs, Visual Notations | September 3-September 30, 2002

Photographic Notations Since 1980 | July 6-July 31, 2002

Sharing Our Art | June 2-June 23, 2002

Recent Prints | April 6-May 24, 2002

Suzanne Marie Rosetti Memorial Juried Student Exhibition | March 3-March 28, 2002

From Within II | January 27-February 23, 2002

Inspired by the Land Artists of the South West | October 20-December 14, 2001

Misericordia University Students Walking

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