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PJC alumni art exhibit opens

Published or Revised February 10, 2015

Art Exhibit

Among the art to be found at the show are Chris Crouch’s “Cedar Landscape,” a relief sculpture; Mario Munguia Jr.‘s, “Destroyer,” stoneware; and James Carey’s “Uncle Barnaby,” oil on canvas. The reception will be 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the Foyer Gallery on the southeast corner of the PJC campus.

Three alumni artists of Paris Junior College will have an exhibit at the PJC Foyer Gallery from Feb. 10 to March 5. An opening reception will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 10 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., and the public is invited to attend this free event.

“These are students who built good foundations when they were at PJC,” said PJC Art Instructor Susan Moore, “and now they are exploring new directions, which is really neat. This show reflects that, and demonstrates to our current students the types of options they may find available when they finish our program here.”

Exhibiting are James Carey, Chris Crouch, and Mario Munguia, Jr. Carey and Crouch are working to gain their bachelor degree in fine arts from Texas A&M University - Commerce; Munguia attends the University of Texas - Tyler.

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