Elizabeth Jaeger is a figurative sculptor who uses mainly plaster to create haunting and beautiful forms. She somehow manages to create sculptures that exist between absolute realism and cartoonish caricature, and by doing this her work has a unique life and presence to it, as if you really are seeing another being. She describes the work as being a mirror towards culture's depiction of "babes," and an exploration of innate vs. conditioned behaviors. She hopes to portray her figures as "eternally posing for a photograph that will never be taken," hence the dramatic poses and coy facial expressions. Her current series, "Platinum Musing" is about to be displayed for Lewis and Clark's Senior Exhibition, which has an opening reception on Friday April 1st from 5-7pm at the Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art on the Lewis and Clark campus. The exhibition is free! So go and look at Elizabeth's amazing work as well as all of the seniors from Lewis and Clark.