Artist Studio Tours

Take a trip through these Nebraska artist’s studios and discover where and how their art is created.


Cathrine Meier The old Sawtooth mountains, the writings of Agnes Martin, and simple materials that create animated grasslands.
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Watie White Little Bohemia, a hand-made printing press, and artwork centered on social justice.
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Turner McGehee Prints and drawings that contemplate the continuity of time, a deconstructed bible, and treasures from other Nebraska artists.
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Shawnequa Linder Business cards as brushes, K-pop and blues, and a Sponge-Bob coffee mug.
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Mary Zicafoose Weft and Warp, exploding colors, and country music!
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Martha Horvay A humming dehumidifier, chalkboard, and a rolling hospital cart for an easel.
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Keith Jacobshagen From classical music mornings to afternoons of jazz – with assistance from Buck Kiechel, we visit the studio of renowned Nebraska landscape painter, Keith Jacobshagen.
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Charley Friedman Green beings, a melting menorah, and a vital crossword.
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Barbara Takenaga A little red chair, city views, and Andy the studio dog! Join Barbara Takenaga, recipient of a 2020 Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation on a visit of her Artist Studio Space in New York.
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Leslie Iwai From rabbits, tulips and memories of Nebraska sculptor and installation artist, Leslie Iwai, lives and works in Middleton, Wisconsin where she makes her art, teaches, untangles knots and occasionally goes to an orchard with her husband.
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Jennifer Homan Poodles to a couch from a brothel, pastel artist Jeni Homan shares her Artist Studio Space in Kearney, Nebraska and finds her joy . . . have you found yours?
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Jave Yoshimoto In 2018 Jave Yoshimoto exhibited his Sundering Macrocosm series at MONA in our Nebraska Now solo exhibition series. Yoshimoto creates work that focuses on natural, man-made, or imaginary disasters and, in doing so, brings to light a “social amnesia” found in contemporary culture.
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