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(106) South Division
caves and other hallowed homes - Natalie Good

From February 20 to March 13, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History presents "caves and other hallowed homes," an exhibition by Natalie Good at the (106) South Division Gallery.

Good, a senior Bachelor of Fine Arts student at Calvin College, works with natural materials, such as mica and graphite, to create drawings and prints for this exhibition. The show also features an installation by the artist.

She writes, "these works attempt to depict the natural and unnatural prescence of humans in the environment through the means of language, building, and decay. When we contemplate our place as humans in the natural world it becomes possible to remember what it means to interact with our truest selves, with beauty and sparceness, and with the hollow wherein the spiritual resides."

Calvin News Story
106 hosts solo student shows by Myrna Anderson (January 23, 2009) story at Calvin News and Media Relations.

Opening Reception
Friday, February 20 from 6-9pm