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Kristin Pluhacek

1967 - Present

Kristin Pluhacek lives and works in Omaha, Nebraska. Her drawings and paintings have been exhibited extensively in Midwestern fine arts galleries and museums, and her work is represented in numerous public and private collections. She has participated in several public art projects and has led many project workshops, including the mural “Hanscom Postcard”, a collaboration between the UNO SummerWorks program and the Omaha Parks Department; the Lauritzen Gardens Lewis and Clark Interpretive Icon; and "Reach for Your Dreams", a collaboration between Mutual of Omaha, Campfire USA and the United States Swimming Association in conjunction with the 2008 Olympic Swim Trials. She is also the illustrator for the book, “Send Me Tulips” (Prisma press) and the set designer for “Raskol”, one of five 2012 Great Plains Theatre Conference Playfest plays. Kristin is a BFA graduate of Creighton University, a roster artist for the Nebraska Arts Council Artists in Schools/Communities program and a drawing instructor at Metropolitan Community College. Currently, her work can be viewed at Anderson/O’Brien Gallery (aobfineart.com) in Omaha, NE; MLB Designs in Kansas City, MO (http://mlbdesigns.com/gallery/); and on line at kkpluhacek.com.

Mediums: Mural, Acrylic, Paint

Contact Information

kkpluhacek@gmail.com

For more information, visit the artist's website at http://kkpluhacek.com/.






Art Pieces

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Hanscom Postcard , 2014

by Kristin Pluhacek

 

Mediums: Latex

Location: Mid-Town

Owner: Omaha Parks Department

Additional Information: Hanscom Postcard was created during summer 2014 as the arts element for the University of Nebraska at Omaha SummerWorks program. 150 plus participants helped to paint this mural over the span of 2.5 months.


Sherman Watering Can , 2015

by Kristin Pluhacek

 

Mediums: Latex

Location: North of I-680

Owner: Omaha Parks Department

Additional Information: Created during summer 2015 as the arts element for the University of Nebraska at Omaha SummerWorks program. 150 plus participants-all area high school students- helped to paint this mural over the span of 2.5 months.


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