Cheri Ginsburg, Linda Hatfield, and Alan R. Smith will have their work displayed at the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery during the month of May. Ginsburg travels extensively capturing images with her camera, then she works in her studio with the images. In addition to exhibiting work at the Artists’ Co-op, Ginsburg shows work in Santa Fe, N.M., on the East Coast and internationally. Hatfield portrays her distinctive impressions of everyday life through the use of acrylic paints on wood panels and highlights with word-burning, pyrography. In this exhibit she will display images from her long-running dog series, as well as pieces from “Talk” and her “Friends with Hats” series. “These are new explorations and are a bit different from my past work,” she says. “I am still fascinated with faces, both human and canine, and this show is proof of that.” Smith is a photographer who believes there is a lot to appreciate in Nebraska that many of the residents do not realize. Although the landscape is not filled with mountains or coastlines, Smith says there is still much to enjoy and experience. “I find that capturing the beauty and uniqueness of Nebraska is both challenging and rewarding.” Enjoy the works of these three talented artists while they are available. 

Through May 29

Ginsburg, Hatfield and Smith

Artists’ Cooperative Gallery, 405 South 11th Street

Opens Tuesday, May 3

Opening Reception: Friday, May 6, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Gallery Hours: Sun. and Tues.-Thurs. 12:00-6:00 p.m., and Fri.-Sat. 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.

www.artistscoopomaha.com


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