The 1,900 objects in the Art Museum at SUNY Potsdam’s collection are a diverse selection of post-war American and European art, Contemporary art, ethnographic art, early American and European art.
The strength of the collection, however, lies in the Japanese and Italian sub-collections many of which were donated by Gibson himself. They are the only collections of their kind in any U.S. museum.
Large works on canvas are hung in public spaces throughout the campus. The most prominent areas include Flagg Hall, Kellas Hall and the Crumb Library. Smaller works on paper and canvas can be viewed in the President's, Provost's and the Dean's Offices.