Click Artists' names below for links to individual artists' websites or more info about their work.
Brian Wetjen's work is inspired heavily by nature and a desire to create things that let the viewer get lost in contemplation. He creates paintings, drawings, and sculpture that inspire feelings of peace and calm.
Holly Kranker creates new identities for objects by pushing their material boundaries through manipulating scale, sequence, and environment.
Joe Pankowski is an artist interested in dreams, machines, and capturing his daydreams with his sketchbooks. These drawings have spilled over into his paintings, films, gadgets, and installations.
Katie B. Temple's paintings reflect a continual search for home. The act of painting, drawing, and layering places she has lived, becomes a visual record of that search.
Sarah Kolar works with repurposed t-shirts to create sculpture that documents the cast-offs and excesses of a consumer-driven culture.
Amanda DeBoer Bartlett is a singer, composer, and concert presenter in Omaha, Nebraska. Her work skews toward the experimental side of music, but, mainly, she just wants to tell a good story and connect with people.
Bryan Miller works in painting, collage and sound to explore open ended questions, migratory patterns of birds and fish, the passage of time, and the fragile connections that bind them all together.
Howard Paine draws, photographs, and makes prints that document the transformative process of life into death and the changes that come with decay.
Jadon Ulrich produces digital paintings, sound, video, and installation that unpack how human interactions and relationships are increasingly mediated through emerging technologies.
Joey Lynch's practice consists largely of screen printed work and designing staging and merchandise for musicians. He is also a co-founder of Lincoln, Nebraska's Tugboat Gallery.
Nadia Shinkunas makes paintings that confound optic variables (light, shadow, dimension) and encourage viewers to reevaluate their initial perceptions of color, depth, and space.
Sarah Hummel Jones draws on blipster culture and music videos to create associative objects and highly imaginative installations that layer color, form, and materials.
Sarah Parys is a fiber artist whose relationship to weaving has become a meditative one. She makes functional objects that evoke her attachment to repetition and thinking with her hands.
Siddig Babiker makes uniquely dyed, stamped, and constructed leather goods. He brings years of experience as Chief Hide Inspector for the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources in South Sudan to CSArt Omaha.
Torrey Smith considers texture a central component of her practice. She creates zines that draw heavily from pop culture and collages words and images to reflect textures of sound, feeling, and thought.