‘Ascend/Descend’

In her latest series of art prints for Creighton University’s Lied Art Gallery, Amy Haney presents a dramatic menagerie of birds with insects and other animals in large format prints. Her exhibitAscend/Descendis what Haney describes as “a celebration of the personalities that come across with a bird’s postures, gestures, colors […]

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Gray Matters

Artists often speak of their work as if it can never be finished. It is a continuous series of questions, paint strokes, critiques and surrender. This process mirrors that of science as well. It is an eternal series of beginnings and ends, constant experiencing and experimenting and endless questions that demand answers. […]

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‘Parallel Worlds’

In her latest solo exhibition, Shea Wilkinson: Parallel Worlds, on view until October 6 at Gallery 72,Wilkinson brings her deft talent of free motion quilting and hand-embroidery into a more spiritual territory. The art quilts of her previous series have related to imagery from science, natural and extraterrestrial worlds and mythology, but […]

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Twinkle in Joe’s Eye

Artist Joe Pankowski likes to breathe life into the figures he creates. Whether as a contour formed with a ballpoint pen, the object built from a 3D printer, or the animated being that lives in video, his work takes on a life that’s gradually and anthropomorphically birthed from dreams and thought experiments. […]

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Image Maker

Carl Dumicich approaches his art as a means to inspire, teach and provoke further creativity. His next solo exhibit at Connect Gallery in September, brings together paintings and mixed media for a show filled with inspiration from life and popular culture. As a scenic artist and designer for theatre, Dumicich […]

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Eye on the Horizon

Artists Jennifer Homan and Hal Holoun combine to bring their inspired landscapes to Gallery 1516 current exhibit Nebraska Landscapes and the Big Sky. Homan’s pastels seek to point out the beauty in the ordinary. The stunning focus she puts on the vast Nebraska sky re-centers our attention to the scenery […]

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Less is More

Two artists from opposite ends of the spectrum are on display for Connect Gallery’s July exhibits opening July 11. Dr. Bob Wigton is featured in the Front Gallery. A watercolorist working in Pleine Aire style, Wigton captures scenes of nature with a soft, dappled brush stroke. While Wigton’s two-dimensional works […]

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‘Artisans & Oddities’

Petshop’s next exhibit celebrates the artist’s touch with illustrations from Dave Koenig, Josh Audiss, J Barnett and Tobias Caballero in Artisans and Odditiesopening July 6. Koenig, a painter and tattoo artist, works with a wide range of mediums ranging from watercolor to package design. Inspired by Japanism and Art Nouveau […]

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