Eccentric X 2

Local artist Jennifer Bockelman and Austrian artist Roswitha Weingrill will continue Darger HQ’s preference for avant-garde, two-person exhibitions with their own mix of the eccentric and conceptual. Their exhibit opens Feb. 10 with an artist talk at 6 p.m. and continues through April 9. Bockelman is known to explore everything […]

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Relearning Her ABCs

In its continuing effort to provide provocative and vital exhibits, the Michael Phipps Gallery at the W. Dale Clark Library presents a new exhibit by artist Victoria Hoyt titled Twenty-six Forms Relating, which continues through Feb. 26. Of a style often referred to as Outsider or Naïve, Hoyt’s works […]

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Mixed Messages

An internationally diverse group exhibit by female artists, Chimeras, reopens the Bemis Center Thursday, Feb. 2nd from 6-9 p.m., after a long respite this winter. This exhibit, which continues until April 29, is curated by Risa Puleo, Bemis Center’s new (and first ever) Curator-in residence. The ubiquitous notion of Chimera […]

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Commercial Break

For many commercial illustrators, recognition from the fine art community comes sporadically, if at all, and few reach the pinnacle of fame they often deserve. Unless of course they also pursue the more classic fine arts as well as did late Omahan Milton Wolsky. Milton Wolsky: Illustrating a […]

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First Person Plural

The Nebraska Arts Council kicks off their 2017 exhibit schedule in the Fred Simon Gallery with a two-person show featuring Jason Fischer and Bri Murphy.  Jason Fischer, a Marketing Creative and videographer, brings his biracial heritage, a “colorful life of struggle and success,” and his allegiance to […]

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