Nebraska Now: Carol Thompson, Paintings

Nebraska Now: Carol Thompson, Paintings

July 11 – October 4, 2015 Carol Thompson is a painter of serene, contemplative, and lovely still life works often focusing on flowers, bird’s nests, branches, or other treasures found on her farmstead. The objects are meticulously arranged to compose a purposeful scene rather than simply creating a beautiful artwork. Artist Talk and Reception: July Read More

Elmer Holzrichter: Reclaimer/Thingmaker

Elmer Holzrichter: Reclaimer/Thingmaker

July 14 – October 4, 2015 Artist and educator Elmer Holzrichter spent the majority of his 90+ years reimagining, reclaiming, rearranging, and ultimately breathing life back into discarded objects to create inventive and wondrous artworks or “things,” as he calls them. While Holzrichter began his career using traditional media, he soon experimented with mask-making, paper-cutting, Read More

Native American Presence on the Missouri

Native American Presence on the Missouri

August 18 – November 1, 2015 On loan from the collection of Eva and George Neubert and courtesy of Flatwater Folk Art Museum, the exhibition’s 38 works illustrate the presence of Native Americans along the Missouri River in the mid to late 19th century. Etchings, steel engravings, lithographs, and woodblocks by Karl Bodmer, George Catlin, Read More