Serving the Milton community since 1972, the Nesto Gallery features artists primarily from the New England area, but also nationally and internationally renowned exhibitors, who enrich and broaden the School’s collective perspective on art. The Gallery typically sponsors eight exhibitions a year, five or six of which feature professional artists, and two or three of which are student exhibitions. The Nesto Gallery also supports an outdoor sculpture exhibition series. An artist lecture series and artist workshops, sponsored by Gallery benefactor Ann Nesto, work in conjunction with these exhibitions to give students a way to meet and talk with the artists directly. The Nesto has gathered metropolitan press attention and local acclaim, as a long-established and highly respected exhibition venue. The Boston Globe, the Globe‘s Sunday South Shore Weekly and other metropolitan-Boston area newspapers, as well as periodicals such as Art New England and ArtScope Magazine, highlight the gallery schedule and review shows.
Art Faculty Show, Practice What You Teach
Howard Lerner: Fractured Tales
Grant Drumheller: Observer Effect
Alumni Exhibition: Eclectic Visions
Carol Barsha: On the Cool Flowery Lap of Earth
Photojournalist Lynsey Addario
Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz: Locations Unknown II
Outspoken: Six Women Photographers
Rob Lorenson: Sculpture Installation
Milton Faculty: Time Beyond Teaching
George Nick: A Lifetime of Self-Portraits
Percy Fortini-Wright: The Spray Can and the Brush
Anthony Apesos: Italian Meditations: Fragments of History
Ekua Holmes: Colored Memory – Primary Narratives
Ani Avanian : Temporary Extensions
Ian Torney ’82 : At the Horizon: Recent Paintings
Wendy Seller : Letting Loose: Digital Collages
Milton Legacy Art Archive
The Legacy Artworks Series, established in the spring of 2014, seeks to honor achievement in the Visual Arts each year. At the end of each academic year the Visual Arts faculty selects approximately a half-dozen of the best artworks produced in a given academic year across a variety of media, to be framed and displayed throughout the school for a period of five years. Those students honored can reclaim that work at their Fifth-Year Reunion, or at that time choose to donate the work to the school’s collection. This initiative was established and generously supported through an initial anonymous gift to the school in support of the Visual Arts Program, and is sustained with Nesto Gallery exhibition gift funds.
Visit the archives to view photos of the students’ work.