Kwan Fong Gallery


Year: 2007

Cyn McCurry Artist Residency

September 29, 2007

Cyn McCurry will be holding an artist residency here at California Lutheran University. Without any formal training, Cyn immerses herself in a life long love affair with the great artists of our pasts. Read More

“Our shared humanity”

August 18, 2007

On View August 18 – September 22, 2007 Scenes from Communist countries will be on display. Vietnam, China, Laos, North Korea and Cuba are the last remaining bastions of Communist ideology. These photographs, which document the reality of living in these areas, will provoke strong reactions from visitors as they catch a glimpse of everyday life behind forbidden borders and without the influence of the corporate media. Photographer Brian Stethem, who teaches photography and art at CLU, provides a glimpse into the lives of ordinary folk in China through his images. Xiang Chen, a CLU philosophy professor and native of China, provides an insider’s view of Tibet. Morgan Alexander of Ojai documents murals and other features of Cuba in her photographs. Read More

Boy by Christopher Marshall

Paintings by Christopher Marshall

June 7, 2007

The content and people that inhabit Christopher Marshall's paintings spring from his desire to investigate and illuminate the intimacy of interpersonal relationships. Read More

Senior Art Show 2007

April 28, 2007

CLU senior art majors Dana Kagawa, Ben Hengst, Justin Campbell, Cheryl Maytubby and Angela Duncan present their works of drawings,sculpture, ceramics, paintings, photography, computer-generated artworks, printmaking, installation, and mixed media. Read More


April 14, 2007

sixth annual media awards festival Read More

The Virgin- Joseph Stella

“Highly Favored”: Contemporary Images of the Virgin Mary

March 6, 2007

A look at the Virgin Mary through contemporary artists eyes Read More


Art and Psychotherapy: A Creative Self is Revealed by artist Terry Spehar-Fahey

January 27, 2007

Terry Spehar Fahey invites you to share her journey through depression to health in this very personal exhibit of her latest paintings. Read More