Most of the exhibitions in The Maslow Study Gallery this semester, as they were last semester, will present specific requested works that will enable the Art Therapy department to carry out an on-going research project with the elder population in the area.
These installations will change on a weekly basis and include a number of works from The Maslow Collection including: Melissa Meyer’s Volterra, Will Mentor’s The Lost Order, and Valerie Jaudon’s Smyra, all large canvases; prints by Frank Stella and Wayne Theibaud; and photographs by Mark Cohen, Hamish Fulton, and Wright Morris, among others.
The selections of works for each weekly installation relate to categories such as energy and movement, home and comfort, symbolic self-portraits, and the seasons and nature.
The current installation of works by David Reed, Jack Goldstein, Valerie Jaudon, and Melissa Meyer will be on-going exhibition that will be modified each week to meet the needs of the Art Therapy project.
Later in semester we will also revisit the installation of contemporary works from The Maslow Collection that relate to the Baroque and Renaissance for Dr. Susan Branger’s Art History class.
Current List of works on exhibit:
MELISSA MEYER, X, 1990, monoprint
MELISSA MEYER, Volterra, 1990, oil on canvas
MELISSA MEYER, untitled, 1987, oil on canvas
MELISSA MEYER, In Love with Night, 1992, oil on canvas
VALERIE JAUDON, Smyra, 1983, oil on canvas
DAVID REED, Working Drawing For Painting 561, 2007, mixed media on paper
DAVID REED, No. 230 (for Beccafumi), 1986, oil and alkyd on canvas
DAVID REED, Color Study 47, Color Study For Painting 571-2, 2009, oil and alkyd on illustration board
DAVID REED, Color Study 68, Color Study For Painting 571-2, 2009, oil and alkyd on illustration board
DAVID REED, Working Drawing For Painting 571-2, 2005-2009, mixed media on paper
JACK GOLDSTEIN, Untitled (MP #127), 1984, acrylic on canvas
Marywood University Art Galleries
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2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509-1598