Students showcase growth in Reynolds Gallery exhibition

Graphic design and studio artwork by University of the Pacific seniors is on display in a new exhibition at the Reynolds Gallery—the university’s premier exhibition space located in the Jeannette Powell Art Center on the Stockton Campus.

“Becoming 20-23” showcases how students grew in their time at Pacific as they developed their voices and identities. See highlights from the show’s opening reception in the photo gallery above.

The exhibition is open to the public through May 13. Jeannette Powell Art Center and Reynolds Gallery hours are Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The gallery is located at 1071 Mendocino Ave.

Participating seniors include graphic design students Melanie Belisario, Madison Miller, Xitlali Olivares, Leonardo Rigamonti, Addie Romelfanger and Umm-E-Salma Zaman and studio artists Paola Baltazar Salcedo and Juanita Patterson.

The work of interdisciplinary studio seniors Ary Molina Hernandez, Kayleigh Woodward and Xiaomeng Xu, Iris is on display in the art building lobby.