Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion

New books available for those who love Michigan

April 1, 2010 // 0 Comments

Two new books highlighting images of West Michigan scenery as captured by local Rockford artist Stacy Niedzwiecki are now available. In a co-publishing partnership with Spectrum Health, Niedzwiecki has created a book, “Healing Images—A Selection from the Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion.” The book features one of each photograph Niedzwiecki has permanently installed in the cancer center’s art collection—63 images in total. Showcasing some of the most scenic areas of West Michigan, the book makes a great gift for anyone who appreciates nature’s beauty. Copies can be purchased online at stacyn.com/wordpress, or at the Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion Specialty Shop, Frenz Coffee House in Rockford, and Robinette’s Apple Haus & Gift Barn in Grand Rapids. The artist’s website also lists upcoming book-signing dates and art fair events. Books ordered online can be custom-signed and shipped to any location. In another effort just released, Niedzwiecki has 12 pages of photographs from the Muskegon County area in a second book, “Pure Michigan: Abundant Natural Beauty, Authentic Destinations, Unique Experiences: Spring.” Niedzwiecki was one of 10 professional photographers who were charged with the task of capturing the vibrancy and beauty of the Great Lakes state during the spring season of 2009. The best of their efforts was compiled into a hardcover book containing more than 110 beautiful pictures. The images of people, places and landscapes are perfect for any Michigander’s coffee table. The “Pure Michigan: Spring” book can also be purchased online or by visiting Niedzwiecki at one of her upcoming events. For further information, please call the artist directly at (616) 550-8107.