Visual Arts

Our students learn from master artists, and the product of their labor is often incredible artwork. We revel in that talent and creativity by sharing it with you!

2023-2024 Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery Exhibitions


This exhibit encompasses landscapes by Gary Jameson in using a variety of processes, from traditional sculpture to digital media. The images cover five decades of the artist's travels across the United States, from Maine to Alaska. 



Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery - 'MOONSHOT' by Heather Monaghan

October 28 - December 15
Gallery Talk - November 14  |  2:30 p.m.


Heather Monaghan is a senior graphic designer and illustrator at NASA creating artwork for some of humanity's most ambitious scientific endeavors including the International Space Station, the Artemis missions, and the James Webb Space Telescope. 'MOONSHOT' is an exploration of Monaghan's artistic journey from her early student work to some of the professional work she produces today. 


Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery - 'By Mourning Tongues' by George Bedell
January 12 - March 8
Gallery Talk - February 6  |  2:30 p.m.



“'By Mourning Tongues' explores literary and historical references to rituals of memorialization that have inspired me.  One recurring visual symbol is the boat – borrowed from a few sources, but most especially from the Sutton Hoo ship burial.  The ship burial itself has always been a powerful symbol to me, but that ship delivered something tangible to us as well, as the source of one of the best-preserved copies of Beowulf. It seemed appropriate, then, that I would explore the funerary rituals from the Beowulf text.  I found inspiration in many other places, from Homer’s description of Hector’s funeral pyre to W.H. Auden’s remembrance of the passing of W.B. Yeats. 

I made this work in the spring of 2020, while on a sabbatical that ended up overlapping with – something else. In a time of darkness brought on by the pandemic, I found it strangely uplifting to reflect on the timelessness of the challenge of facing our mortality.  Our physical frailty and our impermanence help make us what we are.  Over eons, humans have tried to make peace with our impermanence through ritual and remembrance, and in the process, have created images and poems both sublime and enduring."

2024 Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

The Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition is a selected collection of artworks created by current CSM students. This work showcases a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, and graphic design. 

April 1 through May 6
Reception and Awards: April 16 at 2:30 p.m.

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