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Department of Art and Graphic Design Office
Brett DeBoer
Department Chair
College of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Exhibition Previews

Reynolds Gallery Scheduled Exhibitions for 2018-2019

Fall 2018:

August 27 - September 21
Where We Live: Carolyn Lord & Peggi Kroll-Roberts  

Award winning, master artists, Carolyn Lord and Peggi Kroll-Roberts, are California painters, as such their work embodies the hot sun, hardy flora, and visual drama of the place where they paint and live. It also embodies something of the spirit of the state; its scrappiness and constant reinvention.  Distilled through the filters of two unique styles - gardens, landscapes, houses, and figures are the subjects of the paintings on exhibit. With glorious color and exquisite design these contemporary painters bring scenes from everyday life to their canvases and open our eyes to its beauty. Fueled by insatiable curiosity both Kroll-Roberts and Lord continue to delve into the treasure trove of art history for inspiration and to hone their craft.

October 1 - November 2
Golden Eye: Art from the Robert & Jeannette Powell Collection

In 2012 Robert and Jeannette Powell changed the University of the Pacific forever with the most generous donation in the history of the school. Their legacy endures in the Powell Scholar program, the Jeannette Powell Art Center and the art they gifted the school. For the first time since it graced their home, selections from the Robert and Jeannette Powell art collection, artists never before exhibited in Stockton, will hang together at the Reynolds Gallery. Fifteen paintings, prints and sculptures by artists associated with the California scene from the 1960s to the present including Wayne Thiebaud, Richard Diebenkorn, Frank Lobdell, Gregory Kondos, Nathan Oliveira, and Ruth Rippon - as well from New York including Jake Berthot and Jasper Johns -sparkle with irreverence, pathos and lyricism.

November 15 - December 7
4 x 4 Exhibition & Sale         
The Pacific Student Art Club is proud to welcome this recurring art exhibition and sale. Confined to four by four inches, the Reynolds Gallery will be full of drawings, prints, paintings, and sculpture that represent the creativity imposed by limitation. All work will be for sale in increments of $10, $15, $20 or $25.

Spring 2019:

January 14 - February 15
If you can read the ocean you will never be lost - Shannon Benine
Shannon Benine's photography examines the history of misunderstanding surrounding those afflicted with Hansen's disease (leprosy) who were banished to the Kalaupapa peninsula on the north shore of Molokaʻi, Hawaii. Even though Hansen's disease is not transmitted by casual contact and most people are naturally immune, for centuries people with this chronic infection have endured intense social stigma and ostracism. From 1866 to 1969, decades after treatment was available, the afflicted were exiled to the isolated Kalaupapa peninsula. Comprised of still, moving and archival images, this project investigates the transition of the settlement from prison to hospital to National Historic Park and Museum and the island as a whole.

February 25 - March 22
Xulf | Student Design Competition

April 4 - May 11
Senior Exhibition

*Gallery schedules subject to change