Current Exhibit

Curvature of the Earth

Student Art Showcase  

Exhibit Dates: September 8- November 3, 2014

In Curvature of the Earth, Joyce Anitagrace presents mixed-media works concerning several inter-related ideas between logic and art. Read more



Past Exhibits

Shifting Ground: Selected Paintings 2008-2014

Student Art Showcase  

Exhibit Dates: June 5- August 31, 2014

In Shifting Ground: Selected Paintings 2008-2014, paintings trace the trajectory of Greg Minah's work , an evolving process and distinct style characterized by the physical manipulation of paint, canvas, and movement.  Read more. 

2014 Student Art Showcase

Student Art Showcase  

Exhibit Dates: March 10- May 23, 2014

In the annual exhibit at Goucher College, students who have taken studio art classes during the academic year showcase works juried by the art department faculty and installed by Laura Amussen, Director of Exhibitions, along with student gallery assistants. Read more.

Joseph Hyde: Certain Trees

Joseph Hyde: Certain Trees  

Exhibit Dates: January 11- March 2, 2014

In Certain Trees, Joseph Hyde uses photography to capture various aspects of unspoiled landscapes, weathered branches, and protruding land masses.  Read more. 

Julia Sutliff: Sundry Moods

Julia Sutliff: Sundry Moods  

Exhibit Dates: September 6- November 1, 2013

In Sundry Moods, Julia Sutliff's paintings celebrate nature, places left uninterrupted by humans--the wilder, the better.  Read more. 

Katherine Mann: Colony

Katherine Mann: Colony  

Exhibit Dates: April 1- May 24, 2013

Katherine Tzu-lan Mann's paintings show how patterned, highly-wrought, decorative elements coalesce from the chaos and contingency of an organic environment--and how they dissolve into that environment again. Read more. 

2013 Goucher Student Art Showcase 

2013 Goucher Student Art Showcase   Exhibit Dates: April 1- May 24, 2013

In the 2013 Goucher Student Art Showcase, an annual exhibit at Goucher College, students who have taken studio art classes during the academic year showcase works juried by the art department faculty and installed by Laura Amussen, Director of Exhibitions, along with student gallery assistants. Read More.

Paul Jeanes, The Clearing

Paul Jeanes, The Clearing  

Exhibit Dates: January 9 - March 24, 2013

Jeanes' newest cycle of works, The Clearing, is based on images and memories from a recent drive across Iceland, from Reykjavík to the majestic glacial lagoon Jökulsárlón.  Read More.

Margaret Murphy, A Ten-Year Survey

Margaret Murphy, A Ten-Year Survey  

Exhibit Dates: October 17, 2012 - January 4, 2013

In Margaret Murphy, A Ten-Year Survey, Decoding the Marketplace: coupons, dollar stores, and eBay, a new art exhibit at Goucher College, Murphy finds inspirations in everyday life and turns them into a critical dialogue about contemporary culture. Read More.

Everything Else Falls Away

Everything Else Falls Away  

Exhibit Dates: September 10 - October 14, 2012

In Everything Else Falls Away, a new art exhibit at Goucher College, Regina Tumasella explores the dynamics of chance, nature, and the human condition through layered paint.  Read More.


Stratachrome

Stratachrome  

Exhibit Dates: June 20 - September 2, 2012

In Stratachrome, Baltimore-based artist Kelly Walker draws from a mixture of her surroundings to create vibrant works layered with unusual materials. Read More.


COSMIC MANIFESTO

COSMIC MANIFESTO  

Exhibit Dates: January 24 - March 4, 2012

In Cosmic Manifesto, Rybicki hopes to persuade viewers to think about depth and consider what may lie beneath the surface of life. Read More.


Marty Weishaar: SEA I MADe IT

Marty Weishaar: SEA I MADe IT  

Exhibit Dates: October 25 -December 4, 2011

Sea I MADe IT, Marty Weishaar forms symbolic relationships between traditional and nontraditional materials with various historical approaches, such as intuitive abstraction and conceptualism. Connections are made-between two-dimensional and three-dimensional projects, battle ships, systematic abstract paintings, diarist drawings, airplanes, and bridges. Read More.


Letters, Words, and Phrases

Letters, Words, and Phrases  

Exhibit Dates: March 23 - April 26, 2009

Letters, Words, and Phrases is an exhibition that explores visual art’s ongoing engagement—and entanglement—with language, bringing together works by eight contemporary artists who use letters, words, and phrases as part of their work.

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Respond

Respond  

Exhibit Dates: February 2- March 8, 2009

In Respond, Heidi Neff, John Shipman, Stuart Stein, and Christine Buckton Tillman “respond” directly to the architecture and space of the Rosenberg gallery and goucher’s campus and to the college’s educational purpose.

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Habitat

Habitat  

Exhibit Dates: November 3- December 7, 2008

Habitat is an inquiry focused on the home. The exhibition not only investigates the interior and exterior spaces of home, but also, using house as a metaphor for humanness in all its multiple contexts, explores the recesses of the psyche.

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Bestiarum Vocabulum

Bestiarum Vocabulum  

Exhibit Dates: September 15-October 19, 2008

A bestiary or bestiarum vocabulum is a book, popular in the Middle Ages, which contains illustrated descriptions of vari- ous animals, birds, and rocks. The natural history and images of each beast are typically accompanied by a moral lesson.

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Ethnography of No Place

Ethnography of No Place  

Exhibit Dates: March 24- April 30, 2008

The works in Ethnography of No Place are studies of geographical dislocation and its attendant complexities, as well as antidotes to the prevailing psychological need to belong somewhere.

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