Penn State Berks Freyberger Gallery holds virtual exhibitions

Pictured is the Red gallery "I Am Everyone" by Barbara Schulman

The virtual Penn State Berks Freyberger Gallery.

Credit: Penn State

WYOMISSING, Pa. — The Penn State Berks Freyberger Gallery is providing art for the community through a series of virtual exhibitions this fall. Artists whose work is predominantly red, white and blue were selected for exhibitions in honor of this year’s presidential election. Plans are underway for a final virtual exhibition featuring artists from across the country.

The first virtual exhibition, titled "Red," features works that are predominantly the color of the title. Twenty-two artists submitted work. The second exhibition is titled "(mostly) White" and features the work of 17 artists. Finally, "Blue" rounds out the theme with work from 18 artists. Artwork includes drawings, paintings, fabric arts, and photography. 

All three exhibitions were created on the KUNTZMATRIX platform, which allows viewers to "move" through a virtual gallery.

Exhibitions will also be available on the Freyberger Galley web page as iMovies or virtual galleries. For more information, contact Marilyn Fox, gallery director, at 610-396-6140 or [email protected]