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Senior Art Exhibit on display at Evangel University

Published on Apr 13, 2016 by Katie Haney

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Evangel University Fine Art & Design Gallery is featuring the works of five senior art majors, now through May 5. The Senior Art Exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The gallery is located in the Lawrence & Alletha Barnett Fine Arts Center, located just south of the Spence Chapel, facing Glenstone Ave.

​“The Senior Art Exhibit is exceptional this year,” said Stan Maples, professor of art. “Their work is both diverse in media and in subject matter. There will be something in this exhibition that should appeal to anyone.”

Maples said that the senior class presented more than 40 pieces of art for review by the faculty.

“We have a full gamut of art being shown — prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, graphic design, and ceramics,” he said.

Seniors on display

  • Katelyn Hammons, an art education major from Pittsfield, Ill.
  • Danielle Huver, an art major from Belleville, Ill.
  • Marcus Kaufman, an art major from Springfield, Mo.
  • Andrea Pace, an art major from Springfield, Mo.
  • Katelyn Robinson, an art major from Dolores, Co.


2016-04a Katelyn Hammons, Heart Strings
Katelyn Hammons, “Heart Strings” (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
2016-04c Danielle Huver, Bottle & Tumbler Set
Danielle Huver, “Bottle & Tumbler Set” (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
2016-04d Marcus Kaufman, Homeage to Michelangelo’s Slave in the Stone
Marcus Kaufman, “Homeage to Michelangelo’s ‘Slave in the Stone’” (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
2016-04e Andrea Pace, branding
Andrea Pace, “Branding” (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
2016-04f Katelyn Robinson, Hand Made Paint Brushes
Katelyn Robinson, “Hand Made Paint Brushes” (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

Photos by: Paul K. Logsdon


Evangel offers four art degrees

  • The Bachelor of Arts in Art degree program is a well-rounded approach to artistic disciplines, combining art history and various studio areas.
  • The Bachelor of Fine Arts (studio track) allows artists to explore and refine their talents in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking or ceramics, and prepare a portfolio of their artwork so that they can be accepted into a graduate school for advanced study.

For additional information, visit the Humanities Department at: or contact Stan Maples at (417) 865-2815, ext. 7395.