Hale Johnson, "Carpenter's Dream", Oil on Linen, 30 x 48 inches
Janet Rickus, "Bartletts with Yellow Ribbon", Oil on Panel, 12 x 18 inches
Stan Taft ,"Naples", Oil on Panel, 19.5 x 26 inches
Art in the Berkshires!
Whether visiting Williamstown this summer to enjoy a get-away weekend in the Berkshires, tour the art galleries in the Berkshires, see Tadao Ando's new reflecting pool at the Clark Art Institute, or maybe to visit the Williams College Museum of Art, Mass MoCA or the Berkshires outdoors at Jiminy Peak, plan to make a visit to review our collection of art at the Harrison Gallery. The Harrison Gallery presents a unique collection of artists, several who paint landscapes of the Berkshire area.
Enjoy our contemporary painters, as notable as Hale Johnson, John Traynor, John MacDonald, Petria Mitchell, Stanley Bielen, Curt Hanson, Stan Taft, Jane Bloodgood-Abrams, Leslie Peck, George Van Hook, and Jamie Young, as well as sculptors Susan Read Cronin, Mark Davis, and TD Kelsey. Representing over 40 artists, and a special collection of fine art jewelry and ceramics, we hope you will find in the Harrison Gallery, in the Berkshires, a friendly, quality experience that you plan to repeat season after season.
Williamstown is a terrific cultural destination. Wondering what to do for art in the Berkshires? Chief among Berkshires art attractions is the Sterling Clark Art Institute, along with the Williams College Museum of Art. Established in 2001, the Harrison Gallery is the premier, longest running of the four art galleries in Williamstown Berkshires area.