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Animal Magnetism


Study in Contrasts


Dream Weaver


‘Vertical Disintegration’


Gonzo Comic Artist


Group Effort


More IN Than OUT


Photo Synthesis


New Horizons


Canine Caper


‘Walk the Walk…’

Standing in the middle of Mitchell Squire's provocative exhibition at Carver Bank, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts' North Omaha satellite, one gets a sense of eerie foreboding in the close quarters surrounded by the over one hundred or so art supporters present at the January 11 opening.

Given the gallery's use of the phrase "gun violence" six times in the four-paragraph exhibition text, the show could...

‘Rise & Fall’

“Duct Tape! How do you use it?” And so goes the advertisement promoting a household and industrial product as versatile as Vaseline and WD-40.

 A century-old invention, this cloth-covered adhesive gained notoriety in World War II as a quick-opening sealant for ammunition boxes And in its more than 100 years of service, Discovery Channel’s “Myth Busters” has confirmed sightings of light aircraft and the launches...

Past is Prelude

The Metro enjoyed a significant display of fine art last year and further proof is currently on display at Hot Shops Art Center featuring the 2014 OEA visual arts nominees.  Come to this show in January, and you’ll see highly polished, inventive work done by many of this region’s best artists.

 More than 20 nominees are in the exhibit as they compete for the spotlight and awards in nine categories given annually...

‘Traditions Transitioned’

One of the allures of Native American art is that everyone regardless of ethnicity can find something interesting in its imagery.  Native American art can depict the past, a simpler way of life, but when it goes contemporary the viewer can see social issues evolve to meet the needs of a current society.

Native American artists Steve Tamayo and Donel Keeler understand the past, and by using innovative techniques...

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