February    22    at    MSU-Billings Student   Gallery   took   place   The Receptions    of    a    senior    thesis art      show      of      Koryn      Jean Kimmet. The    exhibition    displays    from February   11th-24th.   If   you   still had   no   chance   to   see   it,   you definitely should do it. Dozen          pictures,          dozen collections,       dozen       stories, dozen     philosophies...     These women   challenges   you   to   alter your   approach   as   a   viewer.   On the    photographs,    the    women are       surrounded       by       their collections.    The    repetition    of style   creates   a   sense   of   unity   - women   as   an   entity,   timeless, complex            and            ever- metamorphosing.        Each    lady had    to    answer    the    question: "What      in      your      collections makes    you    "feel"    feminine?". Each   woman   holds   a   truth,   but the      concatenation      of      the photographs     builds     a     fuller picture   of   what   it   is   to   be   the woman. "What      in      your      collections makes   you   "feel"   feminine?",   - it   was   intriguing   to   reflect   on   this   question   and   wonder   why   such   external   items made me "feel" feminine but then I also reminded myself of the eternal essence that is feminine and within us all", - Jade Bahr wrote. “Thank you so much for everyone that came and my helpers James Smith and Heidi Kimmet!”, - Kory said.
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February     22     at     MSU-Billings Student   Gallery   took   place   The Receptions    of    a    senior    thesis art show of Koryn Jean Kimmet. The     exhibition     displays     from February   11th-24th.   If   you   still had    no    chance    to    see    it,    you definitely should do it. Dozen          pictures,          dozen collections,       dozen       stories, dozen   philosophies...   These   women   challenges   you   to   alter   your approach     as     a     viewer.     On     the photographs,       the       women       are surrounded   by   their   collections.   The repetition   of   style   creates   a   sense   of unity   -   women   as   an   entity,   timeless, complex    and    ever-metamorphosing.      Each     lady     had     to     answer     the question:    "What    in    your    collections makes    you    "feel"    feminine?".    Each woman   holds   a   truth, but   the   concatenation of      the      photographs builds    a    fuller    picture of   what   it   is   to   be   the woman. "What          in          your collections   makes   you "feel"     feminine?",     -it was        intriguing        to reflect   on   this   question and   wonder   why   such external    items    made me   "feel"   feminine   but   then   I   also   reminded   myself   of   the   eternal essence that is feminine and within us all", - Jade Bahr wrote. “Thank    you    so    much    for    everyone    that    came    and    my    helpers James Smith and Heidi Kimmet!”, - Kory said.
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