LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - An Angelina College instructor's art work has been chosen to be displayed in a popular Houston exhibition.
Jan Anderson-Paxson's work will be displayed at the "Assistance League of Houston: Celebrates Texas Art" 2016 exhibition.
It's a high honor, as only ten percent of the work submitted is chosen.
Anderson-Paxson proves to be a trail-blazer. She was the first female TV photographer in Kansas and later came to Lufkin to work for the local newspaper.
She said she's always been inspired by shooting pictures in black and white.
"Sometimes, color can get in the way. I can get to the bare bones and the picture has to show through because you don't have the color in the picture to help you along," Anderson-Paxson said.
If you'd like to go, the exhibit opens tomorrow, January 13th and will run through February 26th in the Williams Tower Gallery off Post Oak Road in Houston.
Anderson-Paxson's photography can also be seen at http://www.jananderson-paxson.com/.