Exhibitions in the Suraci Gallery showcase regional and national artists; support art faculty work and scholarship; provide degree research and documentation opportunities for current and alumni art students; and foster community outreach projects and interests.
The Suraci Gallery also houses Marywood's Permanent Collection of fine and decorative art. The Asian Collection consists of ceramics, furniture, netsukes, inro, ivories, and prints. Bronze and marble sculpture, paintings, ceramics, glass, and French ivories comprise the 19th Century Collection. Religious icons, furniture, and 20th century works round out the collection.
The Suraci Gallery is located on the second floor of the Shields Center for Visual Arts.
An Installation Exploring Relationships Between People
The Space Between Us Is Not Distance explores relationships between people by creating a spatial model of a relationship between two bodies. It creates a place for viewers to examine the space defined... read more
Landscapes, painted on site locally along the Lackawanna River in Scranton and abroad in Tuscany, Italy, reveal a strong sense of place. During the painting process each landscape unveils its mystery and beauty to the artist as he explores the motif. While attempting to understand and capture the ... read more
The exhibition of Arts Alive 2013 faculty and teaching assistants, showcases their creativity, professionalism, and range of mediums that infuse the visual arts in our community. Sponsored by the Northeastern Educational Intermediate Unit, Arts Alive is an intensive summer arts institute in both the... read more
The Smithsonian Institution and Albright–Knox Art Gallery are among the many venues Cliff Enright’s paintings have been exhibited, and are found in numerous collections including Mt. Sinai Medical Center and Johnson & Johnson Corporation. In 2003 the New York artist and teacher... read more
Artist Barbara Remington, well known for her J. R. R. Tolkien cover–art illustrations for The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogy, lets us explore and enjoy her fascinating journals and sketchbooks of everyday life and journeys, offering the viewer a delightful perspective... read more
Marywood University Art Galleries
|Shields Center for Visual Arts
2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509-1598