Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/903282143029861/
This month the Howlin Hounds Art division brings you Small Art. Literally. Local Artists are showcasing only their small pieces in this show. Reminding us again that great things come in little packages – even in the art world.
Get your Small Art on at this afternooon opening reception.
Featuring 17 local artists, Live music, and of course, Hot Coffee
Show will run till January 7th
Jamie is the one on the Right.
From the Facebook Event Posting:
This Friday Nov 14th, 15 of Jamie Thomas’ Travel Photography images from around the world will be showcased at Side Door Lounge.
The exhibition will seek to draw attention to the colors and cultures from multiple countries around the world, as well as many images captured here in North America.
Jamie Thomas is an American photographer who over the past 8 years has traveled to 35 countries around the world as well as living in Asia, Europe, and North America. She has a strong passion for communicating her impressions visually, and for capturing details of color, moments, and cultures from new perspectives. She’s traveled to the most remote corners of the earth to share these images.
Over the last 6 years I’ve traveled to 35 countries around the world, as well as living on 3 different continents; South Korea for 1 1/2 years, Europe for 2 years, and North America in Honolulu, Hawaii and Omaha, Nebraska.
Inspirations for my photography are within the countries I’ve traveled to and the cultures I found myself surrounded by. In addition I’m a Certified Travel Agent. One of my biggest passions is bringing people together for events to meet other travelers and to help inspire travel and cultures, which has led me to become the founder of Nebraska’s largest Travel group as well as being the Moderator of Nebraska in CouchSurfing. Due to numerous volunteer jobs, giving travel talks, and my love of helping people and inspiring travel, in April 2014 the non-profit organization Hostelling International nominated me as US Volunteer of the Year which was a huge honor.
I try to differentiate my photography from what people are typically used to seeing, done through different images, different ways of shooting, and different composition & focuses. My photography that’s featured on this page has been taken over the past 6 years with various cameras and brands, my most recent camera being the Pentax K-7.
“Doors have a been a popular subject matter in every genre over the years. Everywhere you look and go, be it physically or mentally, doors are doing their thing . Our fasination with the door has shown no limits or boundaries and its time we at Project 101 gave it a go. ” – Janet Mills
Check out Project 101:
Contributing Artists :
August 16th was a beautiful day for coffee and art in the afternoon.
The date has passed but the show will hang until mid September.
Doing Something a little different at Howlin’ Hounds Coffee
On August 16th we’re going to have an Afternoon “opening” with just a bit of art, a splash of nature and just enough sprinkles of both combined to make it perfect, topped with a healthy dose of caffeine and conversation.
Join Local Artists and Photographers
Heather Peebles Heath Edward Draney Stacey Shukis
Michael Shukis Janet Mills Joel Hauschild Brandon Engel
Brenda Nissen , and LaVern Thompson
for a chill afternoon event in downtown Omaha, come hang out and get your afternoon art on !
RAW Spectrum opens tomorrow, 4/11 @ Sokol Auditorium, 7-11 pm.
If you haven’t experienced a RAW event, don’t miss it!! RAW joins artists across all disciplines together around the world to connect, showcase their work, and engage with the community.
Film, musical performances, fashion shows, and unique works for sale all in one place!
Owner Jennie Karros is opening up her business, 340 Print in Council Bluffs, for artists to showcase their work. This is a great opportunity give back to the CB community and find some incredible artwork. Stop by Dixie Quicks/RNG Gallery for a great meal and to see the current show. Drips is right around the corner for an amazing cup of coffee and conversation.
Come and see some amazing work from the graduating BFA students of Spring 2014!
Members of the Artists’ Cooperative Gallery will host a First Friday opening reception 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 3, 2014, as part of an all-members show, which runs Dec. 31, 2013 to Jan. 26, 2014.
Artworks in a wide range of sizes, media and price points fill the gallery, including pieces created for last month’s 6x6x6” holiday show.
Members will change the gallery hours slightly in the new year. The gallery hours will be noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The Artists’ Co-op has been showing the work of respected regional artists for more than 35 years. This cooperative group of artists conducts educational and cultural outreach activities, and it maintains and staffs a gallery that features works in a wide variety of media, including sculpture, weaving, painting, pottery, photography, glass, printmaking and drawing. Monthly opening receptions provide opportunities to meet member artists and learn more about their work.