About the Exhibition

June 13–September 6

Horicon Bank Gallery

This panoramic installation of nearly one hundred prints render water, lilies, leaves, and other organic forms into lush and rippling images that make explicit reference to Claude Monet’s large-scale Water Lilies at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Nathaniel Stern found his own personal Giverny at a lily pond in South Bend, Indiana. This exhibition marks the first time Stern’s piece has been shown in the United States.

Image: Nathaniel Stern, Giverny of the Midwest, 2011 (detail)