Posted February 16, 2017 by
Tags: The Arts The Liberal Arts My Wheaton
The Study of Creation
Natalie Flemming ’18 is the embodiment of the liberal arts. A biology and art major, she thrives in both the lab and the studio as she seeks a thorough understanding of creation.
Natalie hopes to become a medical or scientific illustrator — to produce accurate and visually appealing sketches for textbooks and other publications.
"I think that inevitably studying both biology and art leads to a study of creation," she says. "And as we are able to study creation we can understand a little bit more about who God is by understanding the world he has made around us."
Natalie is also a member of the women’s club ultimate frisbee team and serves as a youth group leader at Wheaton Bible Church. Some of her works can be seen across campus, including a creative nail-and-string depiction of a monk displayed in the Smith-Traber residence hall.
Watch the video above to learn more about how Wheaton has allowed Natalie to combine her passions of science and art.
is a junior studying and . Learn more about Wheaton’s academic programs here. Video filmed, produced, and edited by Andrew Suk.