The hours of the Widmann Art Gallery, in its location on the first floor of the Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center, are:

Monday - Friday:
9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Saturday, Sunday:
As arranged

The Widmann Art Gallery is closed on national holidays and during scheduled breaks throughout the academic year. Please call the Student Affairs Office at King's College for these dates.

Download our program brochure for Spring and Summer events here!

Spring Semester Showcases

* January 18 - February 18 *

Kevin Yozviak- Oil Paintings on Canvas

Kevin Yozviak is from Swoyersville Pennsylvania and currently reside in Charleston, South Carolina. For as long as he can remember he always painted and made art. During high school, I studied under Sue Hand, further honing his skills. He likes to mix intense control and minimal control on the canvas; duality, disparity and contrast means a lot to him and he likes seeing the combination of these principals visually represented to procure a reaction from the viewer that will always be different.

*February 21 – March 7*


Take a brief walk through the Art Gallery in the Campus Center to see and experience the history of African American music. Bring your earphones.  This is made for you to listen to the music as see the visuals.

* March 14 - March 28 *

King's College 75th Anniversary

It's been 75 years! This will be a display of artifacts from King's College's past. There will be photos/documents and more!

* April 4 - April 29*

Tom and Naomi Martin/ Representational Art in charcoal, pastels and oils

Tom Martin received basic art instruction as a teenager from Caroline Williams and Alice Welsh Jenkins. In 2011 he attended a Tru Form Studio exhibition at Main Street Gallery, Kingston and was amazed at the level of talent and artistry. He enrolled in the school that year, and says “Atelier Joel Carson Jones has refined my technique to a level that I once believed beyond my capabilities.” Tom’ works have been exhibited at: Main Street Gallery Kingston Refs Contemporary Gallery NYC 2014/2016 Salmagundi Art Club NYC 2017/2018/2019 President’s Award Recipient 2017 Publications: 2016 Strokes of Genius International Competition Art Renewal Center 13th and 14th annual Salon Competition Finalist Artist’s Magazine April 2019 edition - Best Ten Over Sixty Naomi Martin has been studying representational art with Atelier Joel Carson Jones at Tru Form Studio for seven years. Her works include charcoal, pastels and oils. Naomi’s work has been exhibited at: Main Street Gallery Kingston Cider Painters of America at Main Street Gallery Kingston Newbie Award Recipient Salmagundi Art Club NYC 2018/2019 Publications: Art Renewal Center 13th annual Salon Competition Finalist

* May 2 - May 27 *

Annual Student Media Communications Exhibit

Karen Mercincavage is an Associate Technical Professor in the Mass Communications Department, who teaches Visual Communication and Video Game Design courses in the Mass Communications Department, and also a general elective graphic design course. She received her Ph.D. in Communications Media and Instructional Technology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania; a B.A. in Advertising from The Pennsylvania State University and M.A. in Communication Arts from Marywood University. Prior to teaching at King’s College, Dr. Mercincavage was a multimedia designer with professional experience in advertising, corporate communications, marketing communications and health communication. She continues working as a freelance graphic designer. Dr. Mercincavage coordinated this Media Exhibit every year since 2011 to showcase the creativity of King’s College students enrolled in Mass Communications courses and her graphic design course in the CORE curriculum. The title of the display is the Annual Student Media Communications Exhibit. It is a compilation of mostly printed graphic design works (e.g., print ads, magazine article spreads, posters, web pages, social media ads, etc.). Computers will be used to showcase students' video and audio works from the Mass Communications broadcasting courses. Sometimes students submit work from their experience at WRKC or The Crown.

* June 3- July 1 *

Javon Scrutchins/ Theme: Stepping Out of the Box

My love for creating started at the age of 5. Came up with ideas with highlights and dimensional designs. I love to create with different types of mediums. Won awards at Art Galleries such as Wyoming Valley Art league AFA Gallery n participated in Fine Arts Fiesta‘s from Miami New York in Wilkes-Barre PA. Degree n Digital Marketing, graphic Design. There’s a lot about me to know.

* July 8 - August 5 *

Lois Enama Pluskey/ Theme: My Life in Art-Retrospective, Never Stop Learning

This showcase features the development over time of the art styles and mediums that Lois worked in from her college years as an art major at Philadelphia College of Art and Wilkes University to present day.

From a young age I loved to draw, paint and create. I also spent time in the great outdoors influencing my pieces that depict nature. My greatest love is still the artistic process and enjoying the beauty around us. I studied at The Philadelphia College of Art, and Wilkes University earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art and a Web Master’s Certificate at Penn State. My professional career is that of a graphic designer. After 40 years working at local venues in the industry and also my own marketing business, I retired after 23 years at Intermetro Industries Corporation as their Senior Digital Content Specialist. My first order of the day was to get back to creating original art. As a life-long learner I am currently studying in the studio of Atelier Joel Carson Jones learning realistic charcoal, pastel chalk drawing, and oil painting. I am also creating experimental pieces in my home studio. Awards, Publications and Exhibits:View

  • Honorable Mention Award The Artists Network Pastel 100 Contest
  • Leonard's Claim Award Cider Painter's of America Show
  • Finalist in the International Art Renewal Center 15th Annual Salon
  • Salmagundi Art Club, NYC Non-Members Show Competition
  • Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists competition finalist
  • Strokes of Genius 12 Best of Drawing Competition
  • Work shown at the Art e Fekts Gallery, in Pittston, PA
  • Work shown in The Cider Painters of America show at Main Street Gallery, Kingston, PA
  • Member of the Allied Artists of America, Inc.
  • Member of Cider Painters of America
  • Member of The Artist Network

* August 29 - September 23 *

Sue Hand's Imagery

For the past 18 years the Emerging Artists Invitational Art Exhibit for high school students has been coordinated by Sue Hand. The artworks are all original and must not have been in a prior public art exhibit. There are usually 30-40 artworks on display.