Current Location:
Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences -> 2nd Floor (CHS)
Location Notes:
CHS; 2nd fl., West Hall, across from rm. 226

Old Mexico- Balcony Window

Artwork
Identifier:
2003.010.1a
Artist:
David Lubbers
Credit:
Gift of Ray and Carol Stevens
Medium:
Photograph
Date:
circa 2000
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 14 in Width: 10 in
Description:
Photograph of old doorway with a shell shaped archway above. Light shining through the crack in doorway in shape of a cross.
Historical Context:
David Lubbers received his undergraduate degree from Calvin College, Grand Rapids in 1969, and his master's degree from Michigan State University, Lansing four years later. His work is heavily influenced by his strong interest in geology, specifically natural erosion patterns found in the rock formations, and the man-made ruins of Santa Fe, New Mexico. In this series, "Old Mexico", his goal was not only to document the evidence of time and weather, but also the soul of past peoples.