Russell Day Gallery

The Russell Day Gallery serves to exhibit artwork that appeals to a variety of audiences, challenges the viewer, and explores subject matter and forms. Exhibits augment the college curriculum, recognize the diversity of the student population, and foster freedom of expression. The Gallery has a specific interest in displaying the work of artists from under-represented groups, alumni of Everett Community College, and work that is not generally accessible to the public through other regional galleries.

Our Mission

The Russell Day Gallery serves to exhibit artwork that appeals to a variety of audiences, challenges the viewer, and explores subject matter and forms. Exhibits augment the college curriculum, recognize the diversity of the student population, and foster freedom of expression. The Gallery has a specific interest in displaying the work of artists from under-represented groups, alumni of Everett Community College, and work that is not generally accessible to the public through other regional galleries.

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About Russell Day

Russell was an important instructor of art at Everett Community College from the 1950's thru the 1970's. In addition he was an artistic pioneer in design particularly Jewelry and Glass. He has also been a major influence on many artists and craftspeople, including internationally known artist and photographer Chuck Close.

Articles and Publications
Everett Community College
Read the official press release.
Living Treasures
Watch a video about Russell Day's life and work.

Photograph of Margery and Russell Day