Angelina College instructor Janis Anderson-Paxson, who has displayed her photographic works in numerous galleries throughout the world, recently had some of her works accepted for inclusion in the upcoming Assistance
League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art 2016 exhibition.
Anderson-Paxson has taught journalism classes at Angelina College full time since 2002. She also teaches classes in the Design and Applied Arts Program, and works with photography students on student publications.
Anderson-Paxson earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas, and master’s degrees in Communication and Fine Arts and an MFA from Stephen F. Austin State University. She was the first female television photographer in Kansas when she went to work at KARD-TV in Wichita, Kansas.
She has worked as a photographer for the Lufkin Daily News and the Diboll Free Press, and she is also the official photographer for Angelina College.
The exhibition opens on January 13 and will run through February 26 in the Williams Tower Gallery on 2800 Post Oak Road in Houston.