About the Book
Come take a relaxing journey through beautiful locations as seen through the eyes of award-winning photographer Stacy Niedzwiecki.
The images presented in this book were carefully selected for the permanent art collection of the Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The use of artwork and photographs throughout the building helps create an environment that is therapeutic, supportive, and restorative for patients and their families, as well as their caregivers.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Apr 25, 2008
- Tags Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion, Lake Michigan, West Michigan, Spectrum Health, Kent County, Grand Rapids, Stacy Niedzwiecki, Stacy Cossolini, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Glen Arbor, Traverse City, Great Lakes, Grand Haven, East Grand Rapids, Benzie County, Silver Lake, Old Mission, Torch Lake, Port Oneida, Spectrum Butterworth, photography, healing, therapeutic, journey, cancer, hospital, Spectrum, health, Lemmen-Holton, lighthouse, beach, dunes, farms, barns, historic, bird, butterfly, nature, outdoor, scenic, scenery, relax, landscape, images, relaxation, meditation, Empire, Rockford, Lowell, Leelanau, Michigan, Muskegon, Holland, Mears, Mackinac, Mackinaw, Whitehall, healthcare
Stacy Niedzwiecki began her studies in traditional illustration and graphic design at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Afterwards, she served six years in the Army Reserves as an illustrator and graphics specialist. Following military service, she studied computer graphic design, earning a certificate in Electronic Publishing by completing courses in web page design, digital photo retouching and page layout. She was employed for ten years at the Amway Corporation in the marketing, photography and employee communications areas. Although her core skills remain focused on graphic design and layout, Stacy now leverages her talents in digital photography and digital art. Her fascination with nature's beauty has found its way through the camera lens, earning awards in many art and photography competitions. Her work has been featured in the Michigan 24/7 photography book, Whisper in the Woods Nature Journal, and the Explore St. Louis Official Visitors' Guide.