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UNO’s Art Gallery will begin its 2015-16 exhibition season with a combination show with work from renowned, Surrealist artist Sandy Skoglund and members of the Nebraska Art Teacher Association.

Opening Friday, August 28, 4:30-6:30 p.m. the exhibit will feature four large photos of Skoglund’s elaborate 3-dimensional room installations. Skoglund’s images (shown: A Breeze at Workfrom 1987) are based on elaborately...


Heads or Tales

The exhibition Paolo Dolzan features paintings and drawings by the Italian painter curated by fellow artist Fulvio de Pellegrin. Dolzan spent most of August in Omaha creating a series of new works specifically for the show, which will open Thursday, Aug. 27 from 7-9 p.m at the Garden of the Zodiac in the Old Market Passageway.

Dolzan is known for his boldly expressionistic art in a variety of media, including...

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Seldom Seen

'Stealth artists' are those visual creatives who live amongst us, are quite successful at their craft, and register strong local recognition, all despite the fact that, for one reason or another, they seldom exhibit their work here.

So, it is a command for attention when elusive artist Paul Otero surfaces, as he does with a solo exhibition of his masterful drawings that opened this week at the Fred Simon Gallery at...


Two for the Show

Two young artists are highlighted in Connect Gallery’s shortened August show with a reception Aug. 7 from 5:30-9 p.m. Lila Ferber will show both sculptures and oil paintings in the exhibit.  Ferber uses nature as a jumping off place in her work, which is generally non-representational. 

A current student for two years at Kansas City Art Institute, She began her visual explorations during high school at the Kent...

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