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Local Omaha NE, Artist Glenda Larson Musilek creates art from abstracts to representational and is quite comfortable working in a variety of media and subject matter. Glenda Musilek Of Omaha, finds inspiration in her total environment from nature to the people in her life, family, friends, other artists and their art. http://glendamusilek.artspan.com/ Acrylic Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Oil Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Watercolor Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Graphite Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Collage Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Mixed Media Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Colored Pencil Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Fiber Art Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Abstract Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Modern Artist Glenda Musilek Omaha NE, Representational Artist Glenda M...
"Art Seen: A Juried Exhibition of Artists from Omaha to Lincoln" showcases thirty-seven artists who live and work in in Nebraska’s two largest cities. Selected by Karin Campbell, Joslyn’s Phil Willson Curator of Contemporary Art, and Bill Arning, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, from a pool of more than 200 submissions, the featured artists represent a broad cross-section of the Omaha and Lincoln artist communities. Highlighting a range of media—including painting, sculpture, photography, video, ceramic, textile, and printmaking—the exhibition explores the myriad ways in which artists are responding to issues of personal, local, and global relevance. Special thanks to the Tessa Wedberg and Aaron Gum for their hard work and dedication in making this video to promote "Art ...
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The Mexican mural is one of a ten-mural project
Omaha, Nebraska is rocking a great local art scene, and when artists Maggie Weber and Sharon Davis heard about Red Nose Day, they were excited to do their part to spread the word. Associates from the local Walgreens came out to make sure they were properly outfitted with Red Nose Flair for the special occasion, and by the end of the day, the side of the Leavenworth Bar was outfitted with a gorgeous mural depicting Red Nose Day in Nebraska. If you happen to drive by their work, be sure to honk in support - then go pick up your very own flair at the local Walgreens!
Dozens of local artists spend their days working on their craft at Bench, in Omaha. Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more Omaha news: http://ketv.com Like us:http://facebook.com/ketv7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KETV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+ketv
https://www.firstnational.com/site/personal/ The Omaha Summer Arts Festival celebrated its 40th year anniversary June 6-8. The Festival is Omaha's premier destination for arts and entertainment featuring 135 of the nation's finest visual artists, a stage of continuous musical performances and a hands-on Children's Fair. First National Bank is proud to be the presenting sponsor of this Omaha tradition.
International Art Project: Play Me, I'm Yours. Piano artist: Lisa Schlotfeld. PMIY has been touring cities across the world since 2008. Local artists paint/design donated pianos which are placed outdoors throughout the cities for anyone to play! Here, Jim plays saloon tunes at Village Pointe, in Omaha, NE.
Omaha's O! Public Art Project brings local artists and the public together to enrich the community and create a sense of identity. Roughly six feet high, these sculptures reflect Omaha's history and what it hopes to become in the future. The project is sponsored by Alegent Health.
Are you an Omaha Metro artist who has been involved in one of our programs? Artist INC, CSArt, Workshops, or Grants? Show your support for OCI's mission and programs by donating just $10 between midnight and 1am on Omaha Gives! Let us know you have our back, and want us to continue serving Omaha artists!
43rd annual Omaha Summer Arts Festival, June 9-11 Browse and buy original artwork created by 135 juried artists from across the country. Enjoy FREE concerts throughout the weekend. Bring your kids Saturday and Sunday for crafts, an exclusive art shopping experience and enjoy special family entertainment. SummerArts.org
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Artist Bart Vargas always wanted to know about his lineage but traditional methods failed him. Thanks to the falling cost of genetic testing and a new art fellowship, he finally got some answers - and some surprises. Bart Vargas, from Bellevue, Nebraska, has exhibited nationally and internationally, and his work can be found in many collections throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. His works have also been featured in many publications including Sculpture magazine, New American Paintings, and HGTV Magazine. Vargas has received many awards including the 2012 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Award for Best Visual Artist. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth s...
Channel 3 news segment during Black History Month. This is an interview with Omaha artist Neville Murray at the Black Rainbow Gallery owned by Oran Z. Belgrave. Featured art in the clip is also seen by artists Biko, AC Lofton, and Rudy Smith. The video is from the mid to late 1980's.
Earlier this month the 38th Annual Omaha Summer Arts Festival was held in downtown Omaha. It was the first time that my boyfriend, Tim, and I had ever been. Once we got there we wanted to check out all of the art booths. It was really cool and there were so many different styles. They had photographs, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and wood items, just to name a few. The 135 artists were from 26 states and seven of those were from Nebraska.