Manuel Neri, the consummate figurative artist, has worked with few models. He assiduously learned the details of these women’s faces and bodies, yet his forms are not portraits. They do not communicate narratives, nor are they tethered by the suggestion of a time period. Neri alters his surfaces with gouges, scrapes and bulges juxtaposed with […]
The show’s 35 works are from the Karen and Robert Duncan Collection and the Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection. They explore a range of perceptions concerning borders and boundaries: geographic, cultural, emotional, political, temporal and intellectual. The exhibition will include works by California photographer Diane Meyer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln art professor Francisco Souto, and Russian-born […]
During a five-week trip in April and May 2015, Karen and Robert Duncan and Kathryn and Marc LeBaron circled the globe to see art, meet artists and identify works that would complement their collections. The Duncans acquired the 41 works in the exhibition on this memorable world art adventure. In considering this Clarinda Carnegie Art […]
The Collectors’ Quest will focus on more than a dozen collections accumulated by Karen and Robert Duncan, from exceptional Japanese bamboo and contemporary baskets to a charming assortment of pie birds (gadgets designed to keep pie crusts flaky and fillings from running over). There are stories for every grouping. Karen’s mother, Dorothy Kent, initiated the […]
Upper Level, East Galleries Since 1990, Everett, Wash., photographer, Charles W. Guildner has looked at how ranchers and farmers in his home state of Nebraska have retained traditions for living and working, even as they have moved into the 21st century.