News Archive 2009-2018

Bowdoin’s Thomas Cornell in Two Portland Exhibitions Archives

Thomas Cornell, "Girl with a Green Shirt," pastel, 1992.


Works by Thomas Cornell, art professor and Richard E. Steele Artist in Residence, are part of two exhibitions currently underway in Portland. A French Revolutionary engraving is on exhibit at the Maine Jewish Museum through July 6 in the show, Portland: Pathways to Contemporary Art.

Cornell is also included in an exhibition of his former student Carlo Pittore, running through June 1 at Aucocisco Galleries. Together Cornell and Pittore worked to found the Maine Union of Visual Artists in the early 1970s.