This is a colored pencil painting based on a photograph that I took fall, 2016, on the Cornell College campus, located in Mount Vernon, Iowa. I earned my B.A. in biology from Cornell in 1966 and was back to celebrate my 50th reunion with classmates. One of the most recognizable buildings on campus is King Chapel, which was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. All Cornellians have memories based around King Chapel, perhaps most of them involve our required attendance of "chapel" there. I have become very interested in how looking through rain streaked windows can distort the image we see because of the refraction of light. This painting, entitled "Shelter", is the seventh in a series of paintings that demonstrate this. My intent with this painting was to also demonstrate how iconic the image of King Chapel is to all who have seen it, and that even distortions through rain cannot render it unrecognizable. It will live on in memories no matter how many years and reunion visits are experienced. This painting is done on museum quality Grafix drafting film using Farber-Castell Polychromos and Marshall pencils. The size of the artwork is 11 X 14 inches.