Nebraska Marvels

Nebraska Marvels

From the ancient Greek and Roman frescoes (1700BCE) to the 19th Century landscapes of the Hudson River School, the theme of place has had a long history in art. This exhibition examines place as it appears in art from Nebraska. The specific locations, natural elements, and way of life are all defining features explored by Read More

At Large

At Large

Since the 19th century, artists have used scale to impress and dominate. At Large is a selection of artwork from MONA’s Permanent Collection, highlighting the powerful presence of big, bold works in a variety of mediums. While mostly abstract and geometric, the artists use of size, color and shape is deliberate intending to create a Read More

Nebraska Now: Jeremy Goodding, Illuminating Form

Nebraska Now: Jeremy Goodding, Illuminating Form

Drawn to the challenge of creating his own compositions, Jeremy Goodding focuses on still-life with an emphasis on light and shadow. Using subject matter that is harmoniously arranged, Goodding’s paintings are sensitive, yet dramatic, as he uses the subtle drama of light, color, and movement to evoke a sense of wonder. Artist Talk & Painting Read More

A River of Hope

A River of Hope

March 2 – June 6, 2021 Then some day here come the cranes planing in from cloud or mist—sharp, lonely spears, awkwardly graceful. They reach for the land; they stalk the ploughed fields, not quite letting us near; not quite our own, not quite the world’s. William Stafford, American Poet “Watching Sandhill Cranes” As we Read More