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"Sight-Size" developed during the Renaissance, was used by the British School of the 18th Century and by John Singer Sargent.

Throughout history, artists have used their unique style to capture the beauty and passion of romantic love.

A British sculptor started this stone wall in a nearby lot. It has been "walking" into the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Support St. Baldrick's Foundation with a chance to win an oil painting—Firespring's 11th annual Head Shaving event is Friday 9/13

Founded by architect Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus aimed to reunite fine art and functional design, creating practical objects with the soul of artworks.

350 works on display at the Whitney Museum comprise the first Warhol retrospective in America since 1989.

Alexandre Farto—once seen as a vandal, uses drills and jackhammers to create large-scale public art.

New York Times review of "The Poison Squad" by Deborah Blum, about a 19th-century chemist whose life work influenced the origins of today's food safety laws and labeling requirements.

The first art exhibition in the Biltmore's historic gardens features Chihuly's large-scale glass sculptures.

First Friday Reception September 7
5:00 - 7:00
Live music by Emilie Alles
The Foundry 211 N 14th Street

Basquiat's creative youth is the focus of a new documentary.

Earth Day 2018 is the perfect opportunity to get involved with your community and take care of our Earth. Let’s talk about some ways to go green.

Here are some hows, whys and benefits of supporting small businesses.

Sculptures scattered around Lincoln will be auctioned off Friday October 6th.

At $110.5 Million, Jean-Michel Basquiat's painting becomes priciest US artwork ever sold.

This quick video features "So Sweet" by Emilie Alles, on display on UNL's East campus.

The Journal Star has put together these photos of Nebraska by Heart creations with locations and artists' statements on the pieces.

This isn't the first time that the N.E.A. has been in the crosshairs of conservative politics.

When it comes to supporting local business, there’s more to it than helping the community; it supports you too. Check out these reasons why going local helps you out in the long run.

"Mouser" by David Alles has arrived at 10th & Q in downtown Lincoln.

Two hearts have already been placed in downtown Lincoln to raise the project’s public visibility and to inspire sponsors to step up before the opportunity vanishes. The deadline is Jan. 15.

By Liz Shea McCoy, Project Director for Nebraska by Heart

The two paintings were stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002 in a widely publicized heist and have been missing ever since.

Learn about Lincoln's latest public art project and the Alles design proposals.

Two masters of the fanciful and philosophical, together. -Article by Maria Popova,

More than 1.2 million people visited the temporary work of art in northern Italy by Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Fabric-covered piers 3 KM in length, were constructed across the water of Italy's Lake Iseo and continued along 2.5 KM of pedestrian streets. For 16 days, The Floating Piers was free and accessible to the public, no tickets or reservations were required.

"An important part of this project is the temporary part, it has a nomadic quality—this is why after 16 days it is gone." - Christo

Sotheby's London is auctioning one of Picasso's earliest Cubist works on June 21, 2016. (CNN)

Every dollar you spend tells a story, whether you realize it or not. Sometimes, there are more benefits to supporting the smaller businesses that are locally owned than you might realize.

Walk on Italy's Lake Iseo. The next project from Christo. -NY Times article

Doors open at 5. Auction begins at 6:30. Proceeds benefit Lighthouse After School Programs.

First Friday reception  October 2
4:30 - 7:00pm
211 N 14th Street, Lincoln Nebraska

Textures. Vivid colors of acrylic, oil and watercolor. Hand carved stone and wood. All elements unite in this varied visual commentary on culture, life and times.

Throughout October at Nonprofit Hub.

The Illuminating Lincoln public art project has been shining the spotlight on the 25th anniversary of Lighthouse, which provides a healthy after-school environment and a positive impact for teens.

An event to raise money for childhood cancer research with St. Baldrick's.