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Bethel College art students show works in Fine Arts Center Gallery

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NORTH NEWTON, KAN. - Art works by Bethel College students are on display in the Fine Arts Center Gallery at Bethel College April 4 to 28. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 2 to 4 p.m. Sundays. Admission is free and open to the public.

The students completed the works for the juried exhibit during the academic year. The art represents a variety of visual approaches, including drawings, paintings, photography and mixed media.

Gail Lutsch and David Long are faculty members in the art department. Lutsch has taught at Bethel College since 1981. Long joined the Bethel faculty in 2001.

The following students each had one or more pieces of art displayed in the Bethel College Student Art Show. Class names are included.

Studio Fundamentals

  • Megan G. Bartel, junior from Colorado Springs
  • Joy Blackburn, senior from Hesston
  • Greg Enns, freshman from Wichita
  • Rick Gonzalez, freshman from San Antonio, Texas
  • Heidi Holliday, freshman from Andover
  • Ian Huebert, sophomore from Henderson, Neb.
  • Denise Kliewer, junior from Newton
  • Leah Larson, sophomore from Clay Center
  • Rodger Nugent, junior from Newton
  • Julie Miller Pote, sophomore from Inman (2 works)
  • Kara M. Schmidt, freshman from North Newton
  • Janelle Steiner, freshman from Albany, Ore.

Beginning Printmaking

  • Erin Bartel, sophomore from Hillsboro
  • Otis L. Beverly, junior from Wichita
  • Jennifer Marie Clark, sophomore from Durham (2 works)
  • Ryan Gerber, sophomore from Beatrice, Neb.
  • Rick Gonzalez, freshman from San Antonio, Texas
  • Montrell D. Homer, freshman from Fort Worth, Texas
  • Becky Jantz, sophomore from Hillsboro
  • Denise Kliewer, junior from Newton
  • Marena Nachtigall, senior art major from Hesston
  • Erin D. Schmidt, senior from Newton (4 works)
  • Alisha Stephens, sophomore from Turpin, Okla. (2 works)
  • Bryan Stucky, junior from Garden City

Black and White Photography

  • Kristen Abrahams, junior from Newton
  • Nathan Abrahams, senior art major from North Newton
  • Megan G. Bartel, junior from Colorado Springs (2 works)
  • Henry Dick, sophomore from Bloomington, Ill. (2 works)
  • Nicholas J. Enz, senior from Newton
  • Mark A. Griffith, senior from South Hutchinson
  • Chris Janzen, senior art major from Fresno, Calif. (3 works)
  • Marena Nachtigall, senior art major from Hesston
  • Erin D. Schmidt, senior from Newton
  • Tina Schmidt, senior from Goessel
  • Sarah Shorthill, senior from Wichita
  • Megan Weaver, sophomore from Newton
  • Anna Weaverdyck, sophomore from Ann Arbor, Mich.

Beginning Drawing

  • Kristen Abrahams, junior from Newton
  • Jimmy Charles, sophomore from Clearwater
  • Christopher Hardin, sophomore from Dallas, Texas
  • Ian Huebert, sophomore from Henderson, Neb. (2 works)
  • Julie Miller Pote, sophomore from Inman (2 works)
  • Kathleen Mueller, senior from Appleton, Wis.
  • Bradon Myers, sophomore from Wichita
  • Leah Rapp, junior from Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • Donna Reiner, special student from Newton
  • Lance Tally, sophomore from Madison

Advanced Drawing

  • Kristen Abrahams, junior from Newton
  • Megan G. Bartel, junior from Colorado Springs
  • Ian Huebert, sophomore from Henderson, Neb.
  • Denise Kliewer, junior from Newton
  • Julie Miller Pote, sophomore from Inman

Beginning Painting

  • Nathan P. Buhr, sophomore from Wichita
  • Greg Enns, freshman from Wichita
  • Leah Jan Goering, sophomore from Moundridge (2 works)
  • Marisa Hernandez, junior from Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
  • Christa Taylor, freshman from Kidron, Ohio (2 works)

Intermediate Painting

  • Jennifer Marie Clark, sophomore from Durham (2 works)
  • David Goering, sophomore from Hesston

Advanced Painting

  • Chris Janzen, senior from Fresno, Calif. (3 works)

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