Professor and Director of McCoy Gallery at the Rogers Center for the Arts
Visual & Performing Arts
He has been an active visual artist since the 1960’s with an exhibition record in New England and several exhibitions in other parts of the U. S. as well as exhibitions in Scotland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, and Northern Ireland. He works primarily in New England, but he has developed an extensive body of work in Scotland as well. In addition to his practice as an artist, David Raymond is a contributing editor to Art New England Magazine and is active as a poet.
He has a B.A. in art from the Catholic University of America and did additional studies in education at Trenton State College and in art anatomy at Boston University.
Ever, 2011, ptd. aluminum
Emmaus, 2001, granite and stainless steel
David Raymond is a sculptor and painter. He has taught at Merrimack College since 1964. He has also been a visiting faculty member at Massachusetts College of Art and has served as an artist/teacher in the Master of Fine Arts program of Vermont College. In addition to being Professor of Fine Art, David Raymond was the Director of the McQuade Library Art Gallery at Merrimack College from 1972 to 1999. He became the Director of the McCoy Gallery of the new Rogers Center for the Arts at Merrimack College in 1999.