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November 26, 2003

ULM Art Fraternity Displays work at local Coffee House and Salon

Kappa Pi, honorary art fraternity at the University of Lousiana at Monroe, is currently displaying a members-only juried competition at the Cottonport Coffee House, 405 Natchitoches Street in West Monroe.
Submitted works were jurored by local artist Kristy Caldwell, who curated the exhibition to include the following: an oil painting by Jennifer Clark of Mer Rouge; a steel and wood sculpture by Brooke Foy of West Monroe, a silver print photograph by Sarah Kelly of Bastrop; a charcoal drawing and a lithograph by Melissa Lee of New Orleans; a silver print photograph by Natalie Newton of Slidell; an acrylic painting by April Parks of Rayville; two sculptures by Renee Parnell of West Monroe; a sculpture by Stephanie Poche of Monroe; a sculpture by Rebekah Savage of Monroe; a silver print photograph by Michele Smith of Oak Grove; and two acrylic paintings by Kathleen Tumey of Monroe.
Simultaneously, the membership of Kappa Pi is showing an invitational group exhibition at L'Evasion Salon, 1416 North 18th Street in Monroe. Participating in this exhibition are Jennifer Clark of Mer Rouge with an acrylic painting; Brooke Foy of West Monroe with an acrylic painting; John Paul Jenkins of Ruston with an oil painting; Melissa Lee of New Orleans with a lithograph; April Parks of Rayville with two acrylic paintings; Stephanie Poche of Monroe with a lithograph and a pastel drawing; Angela Rankin of West Monroe with an acrylic painting; Rebekah Savage of Monroe with a lithograph and a wooden sculpture; Michele Smith of Oak Grove with three drawings and a mixed media piece; and Kathleen Tumey of Monroe with a welded steel sculpture and three acrylic paintings.
Both exhibitions will be on view until the close of the fall semester. Kappa Pi is advised by Professor Cliff Tresner.

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