LC Art Faculty News:

September 22nd, 2010



Pineville, LA…Rondall Reynoso, Director of the LC art gallery, Coordinator of the Department of Art and Assistant Professor of Art was featured in solo exhibitions at Piedmont College, Demorest, GA, the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, TX, and at Carson-Newman College in Jackson, TN.


Charis-Boundary Crossings, an international traveling exhibition comprised of 14 North American and Asian artists, will include works by Mr. Reynoso. The exhibition will tour the United States from 2009 – 2011, then travel to Asia. The two U.S. locations are Philadelphia Biblical University in Philadelphia, PA. and Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA.


Reynoso’s work in the Charis-Boundary Crossings exhibit was included in two national Christian Arts Journals, “CIVA SEEN” and “Image Journal.” Both entries featured a reproduction of his art and a write-up about Reynoso and his work.


In February 2010, Mr. Reynoso participated in the International Forum on Christian Higher Education, sponsored by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities in Atlanta, GA. Reynoso participated in a panel, Charis: Boundary Crossings – Neighbors, Strangers, Family, Friends.


Wangling Chou Stokes, Assistant Professor of Art at Louisiana College, was featured in a solo art show titled, Transformation: From Dumpster to Dining Room at River Oaks Square Arts Center in Alexandria.


Stokes was also accepted into several juried art shows including: 47th annual Competition at Masur Museum in Monroe, LA., the 7th annual competition at the Louisiana State Museum in Baton Rouge, the 23rd annual September Competition at the Alexandria Museum of Art and the Long Beach Island Foundation of Arts and Sciences in Loveladies, NJ.


Stokes work was recently published in SEEN magazine, a journal highlighting Christians in the visual arts. She was also featured in an article on East/West interactions and Stokes’ art work was featured on the cover of that issue.


Most recently, Stokes received a Louisiana College faculty grant to attend a workshop at the Arrowmont Arts and Crafts School in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.