Sometimes it’s hard to imagine the power displayed by the Creator of the Universe as He formed our world. But now Union students have a new way to visualize the Genesis creation story thanks to a set of paintings by Nathan Greene hanging in the Krueger Center for Science and Mathematics.
Gifted to Union by an anonymous donor, the series of seven paintings, called “Days of Creation,” each depict a day of the creation week.
“We are blessed to have this amazing visual reminder of God’s love and creative power hanging just down the hall from students studying the works of His creation,” said Vinita Sauder, president of Union College. “Thank you to the donor who made this wonderful gift.”
Nathan Greene is a freelance artist who attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago. He has worked for NASA, National Wildlife Federation, WorldBook Encyclopedia, Scott Foresman, Christianity Today, Tyndale House, Billy Graham Assoc., Focus on the Family, and The Salvation Army. In more recent years, Greene has become known for his large oil paintings of inspirational and historical subjects. Learn more about him and his work at nathangreene.com
The three-by-three-foot giclée images can be viewed in the lower level lobby of the Krueger Center for Science and Mathematics.