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<p>2014 Survey: Omaha Artists shows at the W. Dale Clark Pulblic Library gallery through Dec. 31, 2014.</p>

Check Out the Art

Yo, Omaha artists! We really get along well, don't we? Sure, there's this and that but on the whole we are a large and supportive group. Take the group show The Science Fair from a few years back as an example.

Nearly 100 artists and musicians showed at Urban Storage over the course of two weekends complete with man-made tequila-soaked beaches, virgins sacrificed to volcanoes, block-sized video installations and a...


<p>Jeff King's

Many Faces

Hydra, the current exhibit at RNG Gallery in Council Bluffs, is an all-portrait presentation of recent work by Jeff King and Eric Baughman.  With both artists creating in the same genre, it makes for a unified presentation despite certain stylistic variations.

Jeff King describes his art as mostly Expressionistic, where Baughman’s work veers toward a more Pop Art approach.  The original art movement of...


<p>Hard edge geometric abstraction from artist Peter Hill, currently on view with sculpture by Les Bruning at Modern Arts Midtown</p>

Geometric Progression

As social activism, and social practice take hold in pushing the definition of "what is art?”, it is good to know a purely visual aesthetic is still relevant. The evidence of such is on view in Modern Arts Midtown's current exhibition Abstract Works at MAM: A survey of Peter Hill's hard-edged geometric painting including new work from Sculptor Les Bruning, continuing through Nov. 29.

Abstraction is the prevailing...


<p>Self Portrait II by Angela Drakeford in State of the Art Exhibit in Crystal Bridges Museum</p>

Two for the Show

There are so many ways to approach, let alone grasp, large significant group art shows, that attempts to explain, justify and critique them can become cause celebres themselves. Which is a shame because it turns the attention away from the art itself. It’s not the conversation we could be having.

This has often been the case with such blockbuster American exhibits as the Carnegie International, the 2011...


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