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Fitting ‘Homage’

 

‘Eloquence in Stone’

 

To Kill a Mockingbird Lives

 

Must Be the Place

 

Summer Hothouse

 

Femininity In Many Forms

 

Calling Bullsh*t

 

River Access

 

Something Bold, Something New

 
<p>Artist Conrad Hinz currently on view at the Connect Gallery which will host an opening this Friday, Jan. 16 from 5:30 to 9 p.m.</p>

‘Artist on Fire’

Oil painter Conrad Hinz is showing work at Connect Gallery, 3901 Leavenworth with a mid-show opening this Friday, Jan. 16th, 5:30-9 pm.

The oil works in this show reflect Hinz’ wide interest in art history from Surrealism-and Salvador Dali- back to Albrecht Durer.

Classically trained in painting techniques, Hinz also likes to combine realism and abstraction, dipping at will into a broad array of eras and artists’...


<p>Architect's rendering of the front of Gallery 1516 on Leavenworth, a work in progress scheduled to open midsummer this year.</p>

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As said earlier in my preview of what’s to come in 2015, regarding the visual arts in the Metro, the most anticipated event continues to be the midsummer opening of the newly renovated 1516 Gallery on Leavenworth which just happens to be the venue’s street address.

Although 1516 will not likely be a full service gallery in the manner of Modern Arts Midtown, Gallery 72 or Anderson O’Brien, it will add some much...


<p>'Fishing Time' by Linda Stephen is a highlight in her two person show with sculptor Iggy Sumnik, 'Great Lakes to Great Plains,' currently on view through Feb. 6 at the Fred Simon Gallery.</p>

‘Midwestward’ Bound

Great Lakes to Great Plains, the current exhibit at the Fred Simon Gallery, features collage landscapes by Linda Stephen and ceramic sculpture from Iggy Sumnik. Though working in different mediums, both artists celebrate the flora, fauna and Midwest signage of the region, if in diametrically opposed approaches.  Stephen uses carefully assembled origami collage scenes of the Midwest, while Sumnik offers humorous clay...


<p>Lincoln's Jar Schepers is among this year's OEAA visual arts nominees featured in an exhibit at RNG Gallery. Scheper's Carousel is seen here from his nominated show at the Moving Gallery in 2014</p>

2015 OEAA Visual Arts Nominee Exhibit opens at RNG Gallery Jan.9

The RNG Gallery will host the 2015 OEAA Visual Arts Showcase this year from Saturday, Jan. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015. This is a change from previous Hot Shops exhibits.  

The showcase's purpose is to highlight the best works from nominees in eight categories including public art that was shown over a year’s time from September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2014. Nominees will then anxiously wait to see who is honored...


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