Now on display in the Connie A. Eastburn Gallery:

Blairstown: My Hometown

Maggie Wilson Art Exhibit


November 5 – December 4
Gallery Hours:
8:30 am–4:30 pm

Maggie Wilson pottery samples

When you encounter my pieces, you get a glimpse of my passion for ceramics, home, and tradition. The inspiration for this exhibit relies most heavily on the roots of my humble hometown, Blairstown, NJ, a quaint haven with a rich history. When I began attending the University, I realized there was no longer cow farm down the road, and there was a lack of neighborhood that I was so accustomed to back home. My interest in home was sparked, and I developed a new appreciation for its personality and structure. When you look at these pieces, you are seeing my home from my perspective in the form of pots. To venture through this exhibit is to walk down main street, visit the church, and stop by the river, just as I would growing up.


Maggie Wilson is Cairn University’s first arts student graduate. Majoring in studio art with a focus in ceramics, Maggie is also the first senior to exhibit work in the Eastburn gallery. Maggie was born to her parents, Lily and Frank Wilson, as an only child and was raised in Blairstown, NJ. Her work is often inspired by tradition, home, and nostalgia. She looks forward to setting a strong precedent in the field of pottery. Her artwork has been exhibited in the student photo galleries, fine arts galleries, and summer exhibits at the University.

If your church, school, or homeschool group is interested in a tour, please contact Matt Stemler at or 215.702.4382.

Cairn University believes that truth, beauty, and goodness find their source in God and that artistic, creative endeavors manifest the divine image in humankind. Because of this, the University Arts Initiative seeks to integrate the creative arts into every student’s experience. In addition to sponsoring an integrated art gallery that exhibits fine art in every major building on campus, the Arts Initiative also hosts visiting artist presentations, supports the Student Visual Arts Society and academic arts courses and programs at Cairn.

Community Art Opportunities & Resources:

Cairn Community Arts AcademyCairn Community Arts Academy

Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks CountyArts & Cultural Council of Bucks County

Philadelphia Museum of ArtPhiladelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130

Asian Arts InitiativeAsian Arts Initiative
1219 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Christians in the Visual ArtsChristians in the Visual Arts

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