Exhibitions and Programs

Kohl Gallery


Photo of the exhibit.


 Jorge Benitez, Courtyard, 2013, Graphite on Arches paper   11” x 15”   

Kohl Gallery fosters the study and understanding of art through a diverse range of exhibitions and public programs.  Embracing its liberal arts context, Kohl endeavors to present fresh perspectives on historical and contemporary art and to promote interdisciplinary conversations about historical, social, and cultural issues of significance to the community of Washington College, Chestertown, and beyond.                

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  • Benitez, Courtyard
    In its first exhibit of the spring, Washington College’s Kohl Gallery presents the work of six artists who revisit the ongoing impact of Islamic art, science, and philosophy.
  • Laurel Jones’ chemistry-based artwork in the 100 Proof Exhibit is called “Greener Paints: Pigments of the Earth.”

    Laurel Jones ’16 is combining art and chemistry in her Senior Capstone Experience project, part of which is on display at the Kohl Art Gallery as artwork made of soil-based paint.

  • Lyons's captures the dignity and anger of Harriet Tubman.
    Starting Oct. 16, the Kohl Gallery features African-American artists Jeffrey Kent and Warren Lyons, whose works pay homage to black leaders and pointedly illustrate past and present racism and inequality.