Author: Gina Garden

MONA Archives

MONA Archives

January 29 – March 31, 2019 This exhibition features items from MONA’s archival and ephemera collection. While not often on view, these objects, letters of correspondence, and photographs give a broadened view of artists in the collection. MONA Archives Exhibition List

Marilyn Belschner

Marilyn Belschner

1930, Beatrice, Nebraska – 2018, Chadron, Nebraska View Artwork Born March 7, 1930 in Beatrice, Nebraska, Marilyn Jean Fuller was the only child of Marion and Margaret Fuller. Her newly-married parents, a bus driver and a young school teacher, struggled to establish a home in the hard times that the Great Depression caused. Growing up Read More

Adornment

Adornment

September 29, 2018 – February 3, 2019 Adornment looks at how individuals and communities clothe, embellish, or alter their appearances through creative thought and artistic practices. The exhibition explores the ongoing need to create works as varied as filigreed jewelry, beaded traditional or contemporary Native American clothing, African American headdresses, tattoos, nail art, distinctive felt Read More

Winterscapes

Winterscapes

November 13, 2018 – January 20, 2019 In celebration of the season, the exhibition Winterscapes showcases selected recent acquisitions along with longstanding collection works. Winter has its unique beauty – which has always inspired artists from photographers to painters. When it’s cold outside, experiencing winter scenes in the warmth of a MONA gallery is an Read More

Ethel Irene Blandin Haworth

1887, Macon Nebraska ‒ 1969, Canon City, Colorado (Ethel Irene Blandin) Born in Franklin County, Nebraska, Ethel Haworth would go on to become a landscape, western scene, and portrait artist as well as an art gallery owner. Leaving Nebraska at age 13 with her parents Joseph and Miranda (Nettleton) Blandin, the family moved to Eaton, Read More

Anna Marie Karnik Beran

(1891, Howells, Nebraska ‒ 1969, Omaha, Nebraska) As an artist specializing in landscapes and frontier scenes, Anna Marie Beran spent most of her life in Omaha, Nebraska. Though she lived in one of the largest cities in the state, she kept close ties to her hometown of Howells in northeastern Nebraska. As one of seven Read More

Katherine (Kate) Madeline Ball

1859, Reading, Pennsylvania – 1952, San Francisco, California Coming to Omaha, Nebraska in 1888 from the East Coast where she had attended the Cooper Union Art School in New York City, Katherine Ball began seven years with the Omaha Public Schools as writing and drawing teacher and art supervisor. From her first year in the Read More