Yvonne Love, M.F.A.

Associate Professor, Art
Program Chair, Art
Woodland, 229
Penn State Abington
0119 Sutherland Building
Abington, PA 19001
Yvonne Art


My work observes, records, and responds to both the beauty of nature and the anthropogenic issues that have become acute in recent years, from water contamination to the climate crisis. In exploring these issues, my work is often in collaboration with biologists, environmentalists, poets, and musicians, as well as other visual artists. I am represented by Brenda Taylor Gallery in Boston, and through an affiliation with LG Tripp Gallery in Philadelphia.

Recent Solo Exhibitions


  • Living with Worlds / as they end, collaborative exhibition, Madelon Powers Gallery, East Stroudsburg University, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania


  • A Quick and Tragic Thaw, Ruffin Gallery at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
  • The Weight of Water, Cellini Gallery, Ambler, PA


  • Yvonne Love, Hopper Magazine
  • Alluvial, Gallery 221 at Brown University, Providence RI


  • Alluvial Plain, Madelon Powers Gallery at East Stroudsburg University, Stroudsburg, PA


  • Yvonne Love, Sidetracks Art Gallery, New Hope, PA


  • The Naming of Islands, LG Tripp Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Courses Taught

Introduction to Sculpture (ART 030)
Beginning Sculpture (ART 230)
Intermediate Sculpture (ART 330)
The Body Issues and Objects (ART 338)
Installation ART (ART 431)

Selected Achievements/Awards

2017 Visiting Artist, East Stroudsburg University
2015 Visiting Artist, Brown University
2014 Diversity Award, Penn State Abington College
2012 Outstanding Teacher Award, Penn State Abington College
2008 Award For Distinguished Faculty Service, Penn State Abington College

MFA, Sculpture, University of Pennsylvania

BDAE - Bachelor Degree Art Education, Art Education/Sculpture, University of Florida