The Liberty University Art Gallery, located in Green Hall, Room 1855, will kick off the semester with an exhibition from Sandra Bowden, considered one of the most unique and inspiring Christian artists in the country. Her “Reflections of Glory” celebrates the visual history of the church with encaustic (wax-based) paintings, books, and drawings. Following a forum in the Hancock Welcome Center on Sept. 7 from 5-6:30 p.m., and an artist’s reception and opening from 6-8:30 p.m. the following day in the Art Gallery, Bowden’s work will be on display through Oct. 16.
I’m not mad at Bowden, he didn’t quit on us, nor did he leave the program worse than he found it. Whether there is any animosity or jealously between himself and the current staff, administration, or the current state of the program is between himself the good Lord above. I care about his opinion in the same manner that I care about the success of Pitt, or Virginia or Louisville. Indifferent.
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I’m a firm believer that everything happens in it’s own perfect timing. Clemson needed Bowden at the time in which Bowden was here. His season in the sun passed, and honestly, we benefitted from it.
But he beats Carolina. That was the apologetic tone, the rationale that most of us Bowden supporters used year in and year out. Granted, I’m not here to bash Bowden. He didn’t say that Clemson was trash, or they would be better with him on the sidelines. He just stated his opinion. And, let’s be honest, he did some good things at Clemson. Here’s the two most important things Bowden did at Clemson.