Linder Art Gallery
The Linder Gallery, Keystone’s very own art gallery, is located on the first floor of the Miller Library, and features rotating exhibits by prominent local, national, and international artists. Gallery exhibits showcase work in all media. Most artists exhibiting in the gallery visit the campus to speak about their art and meet with students. The Linder Gallery is also the site of the Fine Arts Juried Student Exhibitions, held at the end of each fall and spring semester.
Erika Acevedo is a mixed media artist located in Pennsylvania. She has been creating art since the 2nd grade. Most of her knowledge came from classes at Keystone College and Moore College of Art.
Learn about Ruby Haskins from Towanda, Pa., currently attending Keystone College for graphic design.
Learn about Jenny Pennay, Keystone College Visual Arts major.
Lexi Myers works with drawing, painting, and design to create her work. She studies Drawing/Painting and Graphic Design at Keystone College, and is working towards her Bachelor’s in Visual Arts.
After over 20-plus years in medicine, and her children mostly grown, Maya returned to school to pursue her artistic passion and is graduating with a degree in Visual Arts with concentrations in Drawing and Painting, Ceramics, and Art Therapy.
Learn about Sarina Rae Mollenkott a 23-year-old, emerging glass creative originally from Northern New Jersey.
Kathleen McHugh is a visual arts major at Keystone College. Her studies include concentrations in painting and drawing and graphic design as well as a minor in business. She uses color and floral references in her work to promote positivity and happiness. Although she works primarily in design, she carries a strong appreciation for her traditional painting foundation.
Learn about Keystone College senior Nadine Dailey, an artist from Tunkhannock, Pa.
For further information and gallery hours, call (570) 945-8335.
The Linder Gallery exhibitions are supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Northern Tier Partners for the Arts. Promotion funded in part by the Wyoming County Room Tax Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau.