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Then & Now

Selections from the Collection

Boyden Hall

Ashleigh Gusman

Nailed It!
January - June, 2020


Recent Gifts

Second Floor Lounge

Mary Dondero

Third Floor

DMF Science and Mathematics

Visions of the Future

Travel the Solar System

Moakley Center

Cardroom - Reinvention Issue #1

Katie Bullied, Editor
Curated by Charlotte Heardon

The Wellness Center at Weygand Hall

Travis Bedel

October 2018 - December 2021




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





Jack Wolfe

Civil Rights Paintings: A Viewing in 2020

In recent weeks, the images flooding traditional and social media of current protests against racial injustice and the killing of black people encourage reflection on similarities and areas of progress between the present and the time of the civil rights movement. Across the over-saturated span of highly polarized contemporary media, some rhetoric has shifted, while other aspects of the dialogue about race and racism echo the past uncannily.


Nicol M. DaSilva

Colors of Brazil

My abstract paintings is an expression of how my emotions and feelings were happening at the time. My source of the inspiration is from the family vacation I had in Brazil. Seeing the beauty of the Island Ilha Bella, Sao Paulo; made me see the world in a more colorful/vibrant way


Advanced Photography 2020

Prof. Amy Lovera

In Advanced Photography, students develop a self-directed, thematic body of photographic work drawn from their interests and requiring earnest self exploration, experimentation and research. Students also create a self-published book and a website along with investigative thesis-style writing as part of this course.

Elean Murphy

Permanent Collection

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Bridgewater State University has a growing collection of art that provides our students, staff and faculty the experience held within the creative possibilities of painting, printmaking, sculpture and ceramics.


Recent Gifts

Maxwell Library, 2nd. Floor

This exhibition highlights a selections of paintings, prints and photographs recently donated to the university. Mr. Laurence and Katherine Doherty have been long term supporters of the arts at BSU and will be represented with works created by Russian artists. Professor Emeritus Roger Dunn has generously donated a large group of works focusing on Donald Stoltenberg and numerous other regional artists.


Recent Gifts


Mountain Ash
Lyia Ratner
Donated by Laurence and Katherine Doherty

Boot Mill - Lowell
Donald Stoltenberg
Donated by Roger T. Dunn and Howard John Stapf


The Visitor
Shiko Munakata
Donated by Ellen P. Farren

Greg Wyatt
Donated by the artist


Paul Stopforth
Donated by the artist


Anderson Gallery Publications

Drawn Drawing