When the Wilson High School campus was renovated in the late '90s, plans were made for the inclusion of gallery space to be located in the administrative wing of the building.  The Grandview Gallery was founded in 2001 in what was at one time the library of Wilson High School.  

The purpose of Grandview Gallery is to be a school and community educational resource.  Artists, craftspeople, former students, and faculty proudly display their work. 

Wilson Art Rocks!

Joe Palumbo, Wilson Alumnus 2004, is very honored to be the director of Grandview Gallery.  In 2008, he graduated from Pennsylvania
 College of Art & Design with a B.F.A. in Illustration.  Since then, Joe's work has been in graphic novels, magazines, private collections, and is on display in galleries nationally.  Joe Palumbo is enthusiastic about displaying established and student artists, and educating the community about what is art, how we create art, and how art can be interpreted. 

To view Joe Palumbos work visit his portfolio at... www.joepalumbo.net

  • Open Monday-Friday: 10am-3pm.
  • 1-2 evenings per exhibit: 5-7pm.*
*Evenings will vary.  Please watch for announcements.

2601 Grandview Blvd.
West Lawn, PA 19609
Located in Wilson High Schools Administration Building.