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Group Effort


More IN Than OUT


Photo Synthesis


New Horizons


Canine Caper


‘Art in Motion’ at Odds


‘Hair’ Today‚Ķ


‘Extravagant Fiction’


‘Au Contraire’


‘These Referents Register’


Get ‘The Works’

The Works, the current exhibit at the RNG Gallery may look a lot different from the outside. At first glance, it looks as if somebody assembled a bunch of farm tools and slapped them on the wall. If you look in the window, it becomes apparent that an artist was behind this and that somebody thought this out very carefully. Stepping inside, it’s evident this took intense time and thought.

Artist Paul Konchagulian...

Art Harvest

The annual Bemis Center auction has always been one of the most anticipated Metro arts events in the fall, but this year things have changed. The auction, that is, not the anticipation.

The 15th Annual Bemis Gala and Auction, Oct. 26, is still our lead in this autumn’s visual arts preview. But after last year’s less than satisfactory experience for patrons, this fun- and fundraiser has undergone significant...

<p>  Sculptor Ron Parks</p>

Heavy Metal

Omaha sculptor Ron Parks came to art in a rather circuitous manner.  Growing up on a farm in Pierce County, Nebraska in the 1940s, he would have been like most rural kids--handy with tools and able to problem-solve with recalcitrant machinery.  After high school, he joined the Navy, and spent those years after training as a mechanic working on airplanes, adding to his ability to tinker and fix machines, and...

Opposites Attract

It’s not unusual for a Chinese artist to interpret or integrate the principal of yin-yang. After all, it is a philosophical belief in a duality of opposite but interdependent forces endemic to Asian culture in all forms.

Nor is it out of the ordinary for yin-yang to be a major motif in Western art, including recent exhibits in the Metro area. That would include the two-person husband-and-wife show,...

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