PRCC art students put work on display

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POPLARVILLE – Art students at Pearl River Community College are displaying their works in the Moody Hall gallery through Friday, May 3.
The work includes drawings and needlework done by students in the drawing and special studio courses taught by PRCC art instructor Charleen Null.
“It’s open to the students,” she said. “If they’ve done work, the can contribute to the show.”
Approximately 50 pieces are on display, including a drawing of purple and white pansies by Mariah LeBlanc, a general studies major from Purvis.
“It was winter when I started, and I wanted some spring,” she said.
Christine Ladner of Poplarville, who plans to major in landscape architecture, is displaying a drawing of a bright red cardinal.
“I just enjoy animals,” she said in explaining why she chose to draw a redbird.
Other students who are exhibiting work include Julia Ferguson, a PRCC English instructor; Sandra Booker, Kim Sones, Summer Ard, Jaylen Funches, Tony Garretson, Edward King, Leeanne Knight, Cara Larsen, Kayla Lee, Deana Holifield, also a PRCC English instructor; Amber Coello, Rocklin Gaudin, Katie Prevot, Jeronda Beason and Tom Bichell.
The gallery is located on the first floor of the Moody Hall addition and is open during regular business hours Monday-Friday.

Students exhibiting work in the Spring Art Show at Pearl River Community College include, seated from left, Lee Anne Knight of Slidell, La., and Jeronda Beason of Poplarville; standing, Edward King of Lumberton, Kayla Lee of Picayune, Christine Ladner of Poplarville and Mariah LeBlanc of Purvis. The art can be viewed through May 3 in the Moody Hall gallery on the Poplarville campus.