Students Josue Bessiake & Morghan Schnoll at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

March 14, 2023

Morghan Schnoll, Dress Up, 13 x 3.5 x 4.5 in.

Josue Bessiake, L’homme, 2022 Oil on canvas 38 x 21 in.

Montserrat students Josue Bessiake (‘24) and Morghan Schnoll (‘23) recently had work on display in Boston at the Abigail Ogilvy Gallery.

Bessiake and Schnoll were part of “Fresh Faces,” an exhibition specifically focused on the work of talented, emerging artists. Per the gallery, the exhibition “introduces new artwork by the Northeast’s most talented student artists, located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont & New York. The exhibition features 30 artists working in a variety of styles and media.”

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery exhibits contemporary art with a heavy emphasis on concept-driven artwork by emerging to mid-career artists located across the country and internationally. The gallery primarily focuses on paintings but also exhibits a range of other media including photography, sculpture, mixed media, digital prints, drawings, and much more. AOG aims to expand the Boston art scene by seeking out strong artists who have yet to be recognized or shown in the area.  Owner Abigail Ogilvy Ryan founded the Boston gallery in 2015, and in 2022 the gallery program expanded to Geneva, Switzerland. The gallery is committed to exhibiting the strongest work from both local and international artists. We are interested in a wide range of artistic ideas and in showing all media.