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Jean Cook

Creating art has been a part of Jean’s entire life. Jean enjoys working in watercolor, acrylics and mixed media collage. Jeans art consists of florals, landscapes to abstracts. Jean has …

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Lynette Fast

Creating is a passion Fast can not stop. Lynette’s mind obsessively seeks ideas and problem solving. Color, texture, and heavy pattern inspires her. The tactile experience of creating is invigorating …

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Desiree Christenson

Painting and crafting in her grandma’s sewing room is one of Desiree’s earliest and favorite memories. Following in her grandma’s and mother’s footsteps, Desiree has always been busy creating art. …

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Myranda McCauley

To make a pour painting I mix Floetrol and acrylic fluid paint and mix them together and then layer them in a cup. That cup of layered paint is then …

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Tom Sullivan Art

Tom Sullivan

I was a late-bloomer to my creative side. In my mid-forties, I discovered art as a form of meditation – creating art had the ability to calm my mind. What …

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Pam Apley

Pam has lived in Nebraska her whole life and although she presently lives in the city of Lincoln.  She draws much of her inspiration for her art from her love …

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Painting by Ernest Ochsner

Ernest Ochsner

I was born January 28, 1944 in the small farming community of Isabel, South Dakota, between the Cheyenne River and Standing Rock Indian Reservations. My parents were Russian-German immigrants whose …

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Ann Williams - New Forest

Ann Williams

  Ann Williams was immersed in the art world at an early age finding her youthful artistic inspiration in nature. After she graduated from the University of Nebraska with a …

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Larry Allder

I made my first Crane Sculpture as a gift for my sister Kate. She lives in S.W. Montana and has a pair of cranes that arrive each spring to feed …

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