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Environmental Institute Showcases Natural Science-Focused Work in Student/Faculty Exhibition

Posted April 3, 2017 in StudentFacultyArtPrizeIllustration

Students and faculty from Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University’s Illustration program are currently displaying a selection of natural science illustrations in an exhibition at the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute for Environmental Education in Hastings, Mich.

work by Annie Murphy(above): "Red Velvet Echeveria" by Annie Murphy; (below): "Indigo Buntings" by Dayna Walton (images courtesy of the artists) 

work by Dayna Walton

Assistant Professors Nancy Hart and Matthew Schenk, both members of the institute’s advisory board, are showing work alongside students Morgan Dennison, Stephanie DeVournsey, Irah Dhasleer, Michelle Facer, Sonia Griffin, Jackie Karevich, Rayne Karfonta, Rachel Kline, Bryan Kosciolek, Olivia McKay, Ali Minatel, Annie Murphy, Ella Newman, Paige Precour, and Dayna Walton.

work by Lacey Thompson(above): "African Goose" by Lacey Thompson; (below): "Beecoming Aware" by Stephanie DeVoursney (images courtesy of the artists)

work by Stephanie DeVoursney

The exhibition runs through May 31, 2017. Admission is free, and gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. More information can be found here.

Learn more about KCAD’s Illustration program at kcad.edu/illustration

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