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Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena

 

‘Woolf’ is a Beast of a Challenge

 

‘Art in Motion:’

 

Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.

 

Park Avenue Pride

 

The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.

 

Heavy Metal Magic

 

Our Town is Must-See

 

ONCE

 

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

 

Bemis Feast…AOB…Alvarez…Caesium

*The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is having a FEA$T (Funding Emerging Artists with Sustainable Tactics), November 17 at 6:30 pm. The event is designed to generate support for ambitious concepts initiated by area artists. It's a community-driven dinner with all the proceeds funding a single project that might not happen otherwise -- crowdfunding the arts right here in Omaha. FEA$T is based on multiple...


Terry Rosenberg

Artist Terry Rosenberg investigates primary forces in an art career focused on capturing the tension of opposites one moment at a time. From the early figurative abstractions to the more recent word based digital paintings Colors of War (2007 – 2008), paradox prevails. I was gratified to see a preview of his new series of paintings titled Presidents this past week. The color and gesture of each canvas appears to...


Art of Deception

“My five year old could have done that!”

The above isn’t an uncommon public response to modern art that artists have had to endure for decades. Worse, it’s understandable. In an age when many viewers leave the imaginative world of visual art behind in the fifth grade or earlier, painting and sculpture of merit, not to mention new media, has to be recognizable at best or at least merely decorative and...


Robyn O’Neil

Omaha born and bred artist Robyn O'Neil was invited by UNL’s Department of Art and Art History to be artist-in-residence the week of October 22 – 26.  Faculty and students in UNL’s printmaking studios assisted O’Neil in printing an edition of etchings for the Under Pressure Print Club. O’Neil discussed her life and background in the evolution of her narrative vision during a public lecture at Richards Hall....


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