Art faculty members are professionals in each of their specialty areas. They are artists who teach the very media they practice, including painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography and design.
Professor of Art
Lothlórien Distinguished Chair in the Fine Arts
Director, Gallery at Barrington Center for the Arts
Bruce Herman is on sabbatical for the fall 2020 semester. Dr. Christine Gardner is the chair of the department of Communication Arts, Theatre, and Art.
Bruce Herman joined the faculty in 1984 and became the first chair of the Art Department in 1988. His primary focus as a teacher and artist is figurative painting. He received the Junior Distinguished Faculty Award in 1992 ... more ➔
Assistant Professor of Art
Originally from Upstate New York, Claire Roll graduated from Gordon College with a B.A. degree in studio art: concentrating in sculpture. She completed her Post-Baccalaureate program at the School of the Museum of Fine arts in 2014 and holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Boston University. She lives and practices in Boston. Roll has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions locally and nationally. She has participated in sculptural symposia ... more ➔
Associate Professor in the Practice of Art
Director, Gordon in Orvieto
Matthew Doll is a painter and graphic designer. He is the Program Director of the Gordon IN Orvieto semester program, where his Disegno / Drawing course serves as the cornerstone of the curriculum. Previously Doll taught drawing at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem for six years. Doll is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, where he studied on RISD's European Honors Program in Rome. He studied in Jerusalem ... more ➔
Adjunct in Art
Adjunct in Art
Teaching Professor of Art
Abby is a midwest raised, New England based designer and educator. She is a teaching professor of art and heads the design concentration at Gordon College. In addition to her work as a graphic designer, she is a permaculture designer, specializing in creating landscape designs that are ecological, regenerative and food productive.