The Art Gallery
On the first floor of The Wylie Inn and Conference Center at Endicott College is an art gallery featuring 144 feet of wall space and 9 foot ceilings. Each month, we invite local artists to display their art. Our art gallery is open to the public from 9 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday and the art is for sale. We do not charge these local artists any fees to hang their art, nor do we collect a commission for the art they sell in our gallery.
J. David Broudo
Actively creative in his field, Professor Broudo is a ceramist, oil painter, water colorist, and enamellist. He has held over 300 exhibits of his work, winning many top honors and awards. His work has received international attention.
A stoneware bowl is on permanent display at the International Museum of Ceramics, Faenza, Italy. Three pieces of ceramics were chosen to be sent to New Delhi, India in a cultural exchange program, and Broudo was one of fifty American artists representing the United States when the United States won the grand prize at an international exhibition held at Ostend, Belgium.
In 1964 and 1965, he was one of ten Boston area craftsmen selected to show at the New York World’s Fair. His work is represented in the permanent Prieto Collection, Mills College, California, and in private collections throughout the United States, Europe, Africa, and Japan. A ceramic sculpture has been bequeathed to the University of Iowa Museum from the Joan Mannheimer Collection. A stoneware bowl has recently been acquired by the Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred University and placed in the Corsaw Collection of Functional American Ceramics.
About The Artist...
Professor J. David Broudo directed Endicott's art program for 48 years, and with his guidance Endicott has excelled in the field of art and art education. The trustees have appointed him Distinguished Professor Emeritus, the first such title on campus, and he was appointed the first artist in residence at the College.
In June 1998, Endicott College dedicated the Art Center Gallery as the J. David Broudo Gallery of Art honoring Distinguished Professor Emeritus J. David Broudo for his 50 years of leadership and commitment to the College.