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Fitting ‘Homage’

 

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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>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...


THREE SIBLINGS YEARN FOR BETTER LIVES NEAR A BIRD-HAUNTED CHERRY ORCHARD

SNAP Productions presents Christopher Durang’s Anton Chekhov-spin-off Vanya and  Sonia and Masha and Spike. Given the play’s reputation, that makes a lot of sense. After a 2012 debut off-Broadway, it had major commercial success during its 2013 five-month run on Broadway and won a Tony for best play plus several other significant awards. Nonetheless, this production makes clear noticeable flaws. Perhaps the talents...


<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...


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