Bruce Thiel
Photography

Studio

As I have traveled across Nebraska, Colorado and South Dakota over the years, I’ve been amazed at the scenic beauty and the beauty in abandoned buildings. In these photographs I’ve tried to capture both in a different way, hoping to evoke the emotions I felt at the time I saw them.

Alyssa Williams
Photography

Studio

“In today’s rush, we all think too much - seek too much - want too much - and forget about the joy of being.” (Eckhart Tolle) I feel most grateful when I let go of the rush. A weed fighting to survive, grass reflecting the sunlight, a pattern on a leaf…so happy to share these moments, this joy!

Ann O’Hara
Pastel / Oil Painting

Associate

This shows a combination of pastels and acrylics. From shadows, to the sea, to the Nebraska Sandhills, I'll be showing new works with new techniques. The show is called "Things I Love" and is certainly not an exhaustive list - just a beginning.

Linda Hatfield
Painting

Associate

My “brand” is happy. I use happy colors, and often use humorous titles. My paintings are a combination of Pyrography (wood burning) and acrylic paint applied in layers. Most piece have 3-4 layers of detail. Most of my work is on cradled panels, but I also paint on furniture, boxes, clocks, spoons and items I cut from wood myself.

Christy Kosmicki
Mixed Media Painting

Associate

As a verb, ‘to muse’ is to think deeply or ponder. As a noun, it evokes the image of a female form as a symbol of artistic inspiration or a guiding spirit. Sometimes, my images of the muse are obvious, realistic figures embedded in a surrealistic close-up of nature or a musical instrument. Other times, she is much more abstracted or obscured within the composition. I use the female form as my icon for The Muse because she embodies human qualities of nurturing, caretaking and inner strength.

Dimitry Papkov
Photography

Associate

Nil Sine Numine (Not Without Providence) is the motto of the state of Colorado and refers to the mountain beauty of the state. This show borrows this motto and presents works showcasing the beauty of the mountains in Colorado and other places.

Renee Kay
Mixed Media

Guest Artist

Family members who will have artwork in the show include Patricia Arendt Anthone, Anita Anthone Pollard, Janelle Anthone, David Anthone, and Renee Anthone Kay

Color Scenes/Forgotten Dreams

May 1st - 31st
  • Bruce Thiel
  • Alyssa Williams
  • Ann O’Hara
  • Linda Hatfield
  • Christy Kosmicki
  • Dimitry Papkov
  • Renee Kay

Skyscapes

April 2nd - 28th
  • John Nollendorfs
  • Janette Amberg
  • Linda Benton
  • Valerie Knobel
  • Deb Determan, Carol & Jim Coulter

Ordinary Perspectives

March 1st - 29th
  • Charles Timken
  • Mindy Burton
  • Richard Terrell
  • Harold Adams
  • Howard Kaye
  • Rodger Gerberding

Big Land, Big Sky

February 1st - 27th
  • Patricia Scarborough
  • Ed Millican
  • George Skuodas
  • Patrick Gauthier