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ISU student to exhibit photographic art in Transition Gallery

April 6, 2007

Idaho State University student Nick Homburg Jr. will display his photographic art celebrating the human body from April 16 to May 1 at the ISU Pond Student Union Building’s Transition gallery. The premier will be from 7 to 9 p.m. and will be a black-tie and evening-gown event.

    Homburg is an Idaho Falls native and has been a professional photographer for 12 years. He specializes in photographic art, portraiture and wedding photography. Homburg is studying both anthropology and visual media at ISU.

    This is Homburg’s first solo exhibit. His show, God’s Art,” is a black-and- white photographic representation of the human form. He photographed models of different ethnicities, gender and body type to show the inherent beauty in all human kind. “God’s Art” was shot in a format that accentuates the lines and form of the human body.

    For more information, contact Nick Homburg Jr. at 520-5327 or opwinproductions@hotmail.com.


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