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Artist Dale Nichols (David City) took his childhood memories of rural Nebraska landscapes and turned them into paintings with a national audience. Today they are national treasures, but the artist has been forgotten by many. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
A profile of Armando Villarreal, an auto mechanic turned Army veteran turned artist - who has become one of the premiere sports-art artists of his generation and he does it all from his home in Imperial. See more stories like this at http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories
If you love abstract art, this artist is right up your alley. Professional Nebraska abstract artist Patsy Smith displays her amazing talent with hauntingly beautiful background music from the movie Avatar. She has been a successful artist since she was barely out of her teens and has had a stellar career, winning numerous awards and being published in national art publications. See all of our Patsy Smith Art Videos here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeAeBTd94XtG_9EX49lIBQdCG4ZLxxDNM She has also taught art workshops in various locations, instilling the love for art and creativity in many students. Patsy works with many different media, but water media is her preferred medium. She is a member of the National Watercolor Society and was part of the National Watercolor Travel Ex...
50 Yr Retrospective of the Work of New York Artist, Myron Heise, (1934-2016) at the Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearney, NE May 31-August 28, 2011 titled TWO KINDS OF HOME - The Life and Works of Myron Heise. The artist comments on the works as he travels from one to the other in the exhibition. These works were created in Nebraska & New York then in Florence, Italy and back to the streets of New York. Music by Paul Serrato. Curated by Audrey Kauders, Dir. Museum of Nebraska Art.
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See more stories like this at http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories The dancer and artist known as "the most beautiful man in the world." He was once heralded as the "Most Beautiful Man in the World." Noted artist, poet and dancer Paul Swan grew up in Crab Orchard, Nebraska but made a name for himself in Paris and New York, painting and sculpting the likes of Isadora Duncan, Willa Cather and John F. Kennedy, among others. Through exhibits and artifacts on display at the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney, we explore the story behind this mysterious artist.
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Scottsbluff, Nebraska artist Yelena Khanevskaya exhibits several of her recent works as part of the Nebraska Arts Council's Governor's Residence Exhibition Program. Several of these pieces capture the beauty and "other worldly" aspects of the badlands landscapes of Nebraska, Wyoming and South Dakota. See some of the pieces featured here as well as Yelena's other art in her online store at http://www.etsy.com/shop/OpenSkyStudio
New Rise Music presents, In The Trenches, a short film featuring Gerard Pefung and Ben Jones, who are artists currently residing in Nebraska. Gerard Pefung (https://www.facebook.com/ArtistGerardPefung) came to the U.S. from his native Cameroon, West Africa as a teenager in 2001. Drawing on music and cultural influences, he continued nurturing his passion for creating art. Over the last few years his impact on the Omaha street art scene is noticed, and his work can be found on walls and buildings throughout the region. The events he coordinates encourage the larger community to embrace urban art. Pefung draws on his experience to mentor youth and advocate on behalf of public art. Ben Jones (https://www.facebook.com/antioppression.art/about) was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. As the son of ...
http://nebraskastories.org/ 150 years of the best of Nebraska art and literature is celebrated at the Nebraska Arts and Literature Festival at Joslyn Castle. A trip to the Joslyn Castle for the Nebraska Arts and Literature Festival where 150 years of the best of Nebraska Art and Literature is being celebrated. Featuring a variety of works from artist Grant Tyson Reynard to writings by author Willa Cather, audience members interact with the art, discuss literature and experience an immersive theater production at the historic Joslyn Castle.
Art and medicine, two terms which are generally unrelated, are intricately linked for Scottish-born artist Mark Gilbert. We see his latest works at an art exhibit at Omaha's Bemis Center as part of a multi-year study involving portraiture. The pieces are a series of portraits of patients and caregivers that often have a transformative impact on those involved. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
"Mato-Tope (Four Bears) Mandan Chief (1834)" Karl Bodmer captured the character and pride of native people (and their leaders) in a series of watercolor portraits that became models for the prints that illustrated Maximilian zu Wied's book, "Travels in the Interior of North America." Bodmer's pioneering watercolors are art treasures of Nebraska at the Joslyn Art Museum.
Gerit Grimm was born and raised in Germany. Her exposure to the culture of the United States was gained solely through viewing American cinema. The act of joining this American lifestyle, bridging the gap between movie fantasy and everyday reality, is at the core of the explorations of her current work. For more "Nebraska Stories," visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.