Nebraska Now: Larry Gawel, Photographs

Nebraska Now: Larry Gawel, Photographs

October 13, 2018 – January 6, 2019 Larry Gawel uses black and white film photography and tintypes, a traditional practice from the 1860s and ‘70s, to juxtapose the flora and fauna of Nebraska and Japan. Gawel specifically looks to hunting and harvest practices in the United States and the Japanese landscape to explore individual’s response Read More

Adornment

Adornment

September 29, 2018 – February 3, 2019 Adornment looks at how individuals and communities clothe, embellish, or alter their appearances through creative thought and artistic practices. The exhibition explores the ongoing need to create works as varied as filigreed jewelry, beaded traditional or contemporary Native American clothing, African American headdresses, tattoos, nail art, distinctive felt Read More

Kent Bellows and His Collectors

Kent Bellows and His Collectors

August 25, 2018 – January 6, 2019 The artworks of Kent Bellows are often explorations into the human nature of those around him and of himself, thereby giving an intimate glimpse into his subject’s lives. His obsessive attention to detail and hyper realism style effortlessly invite viewers into his artistic world. Loaned from Bellows’ collectors, Read More

Spotlight On: Olga Stepanek

Spotlight On: Olga Stepanek

July 31 – November 4, 2018 Olga Stepanek, a late-in-life artist with no formal artistic education, found inspiration in places she visited and the books she read. An experimental artist, she utilized objects deemed worthless and without any further use. In her life time, Stepanek created over 1,500 metal collages, and several fabric pieces, and Read More