Newton Art Association dedicates exhibition to Bonnar

Wedeman Gallery presents its most recent exhibition, the Newton Art Association’s (NAA) “James King Bonnar Show.” Over 70 artists from the NAA are on display from Nov. 18 to Dec. 8. Associate Professor of Art and Graphic Design and Wedeman Gallery Director Vladimir Zimakov not only curated the exhibit, but also judged the artwork and awarded first, second and third prizes, as well as honorable mentions. NAA is an organization of more than 200 active artists, representing all sectors of visual art. The show is named after James King Bonnar, the founder of NAA. Photos by Megan Palumbo.

A memory of Monaco


The Theresa Monaco Exhibit in the Wedeman Gallery honored the Emerson College alumna’s work throughout September to recreate memory through light and dark values. Photo by Mackenzie Dineen

Further success for “Fashion and Satire” exhibit

By Leanne Signoriello & Paris Adams Features Editor and 1851 Staff

Photo courtesy of Jill Carey

Upon passing under the inviting red awning of The Society of Illustrators, gallery goers are drawn in by the prominent fashion on display, and the comical illustrations that accompany them. Through the unique descriptions of each piece, attendees are given an insight into how artists Orson Byron Lowell and Charles Dana Gibson viewed the lifestyle of the American elite in the 20th century. Continue reading “Further success for “Fashion and Satire” exhibit”

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