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Mediums: Mural, Acrylic, Paint, Aerosol, Latex


Brainwash , 2008

by Stephen Walsh; Jessica Bequette; Julie Shadlow

 

Mediums: Mural, Acrylic, Aerosol

Location: Downtown; 1915 Leavenworth - west wall

Owner: Kent Bellows Foundation

Series: Kent Bellows Studio Murals

Additional Information: With a dynamic vision for Omaha’s future and a unique and versatile curriculum model, The Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts is proud to encourage the development of inspired, engaged citizens dedicated to their community. At Kent Bellows, high school students of all backgrounds take classroom techniques to the next level. They develop their own intensive course of study, setting personal goals and overcoming creative obstacles. While working hands-on up to 20 hours a month with the finest professional artists in the metro, our students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills, tenacity, and a lifelong drive for innovation. Steve Walsh was the mentor on this project and the Young Artists involved were Jessica Bequette and Julie Shadlow.


Community Bike Shop Mural , unknown

by Bill Hoover; Zoe Kuhn; Nicole Henderson; Bernie Baxter

 

Mediums: Mural, Acrylic, Latex

Location: Mid-Town; 525 N. 23rd St.

Owner: Kent Bellows Studio

Series: Kent Bellows Studio Murals

Additional Information: With a dynamic vision for Omaha’s future and a unique and versatile curriculum model, The Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts is proud to encourage the development of inspired, engaged citizens dedicated to their community. At Kent Bellows, high school students of all backgrounds take classroom techniques to the next level. They develop their own intensive course of study, setting personal goals and overcoming creative obstacles. While working hands-on up to 20 hours a month with the finest professional artists in the metro, our students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills, tenacity, and a lifelong drive for innovation. Mentor: Bill Hoover Young Artists: Zoe Kuhn, Nicole Henderson, Bernie Baxter


Community Garden Mural , unknown

by Jil Bunnimit; Rachael Kreski; Anita Hodge

 

Mediums: Acrylic, Latex

Owner: Kent Bellows Studio and Foundation

Series: Kent Bellows Studio Murals

Additional Information: With a dynamic vision for Omaha’s future and a unique and versatile curriculum model, The Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts is proud to encourage the development of inspired, engaged citizens dedicated to their community. At Kent Bellows, high school students of all backgrounds take classroom techniques to the next level. They develop their own intensive course of study, setting personal goals and overcoming creative obstacles. While working hands-on up to 20 hours a month with the finest professional artists in the metro, our students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills, tenacity, and a lifelong drive for innovation. Mentor: Jil Bunnimit Young Artists: Rachael Kreski and Anita Hodge


Conestoga School , 1992

by John Himmelfarb

 

Mediums: Ceramic, Acrylic

Location: Downtown; Conestoga School 2115 Burdette St. on the North face of the school building directly to the east of the entrance.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


Cosmic Dream , June 1,2017

by Daria Hlazatova

 

Mediums: Mixed Media, Acrylic, Paint, Aerosol

Location: Mid-Town; 6105-07 Maple Street, but in back parking lot off alley south of Maple Street in Benson.

Owner: Susi Amendola


Dream Into Stars , 2005

by Stephanie Carlson-Pruch; Guillermo Ventura; Eric Ventura

 

Mediums: Wood, Acrylic

Location: Mid-Town; Castelar Elementary School, 18th and Martha St., outside on the east side of the building

Owner: Omaha Public Schools

Series: Bench Marks

Additional Information: This was part of the 2005-2006 Bench Marks project. The project was a collaboration of artists, writers, and organizations that support and encourage an active, healthy and involved community.


Enrichment Path , 2010

by Matthew J. Placzek

 

Mediums: Stainless Steel, Acrylic

Location: Metropolitan Community College; Metropolitan Community College Institute for the Culinary Arts Building, Fort Omaha Campus near the 32nd and Sorensen Parkway entrance.

Owner: Metropolitan Community College

Additional Information: According to the artist, "Enrichment Path" represents the lifelong learning environment that promotes student success.


Family Dollar Mural , unknown

by Maggie Weber; Janie Helt; Abby Chambers; Rachele Johnson

 

Mediums: Mural, Acrylic

Location: Downtown; 3552 Leavenworth Street

Owner: Kent Bellows Studio and Foundation

Series: Kent Bellows Studio Murals

Additional Information: With a dynamic vision for Omaha’s future and a unique and versatile curriculum model, The Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts is proud to encourage the development of inspired, engaged citizens dedicated to their community. At Kent Bellows, high school students of all backgrounds take classroom techniques to the next level. They develop their own intensive course of study, setting personal goals and overcoming creative obstacles. While working hands-on up to 20 hours a month with the finest professional artists in the metro, our students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills, tenacity, and a lifelong drive for innovation. The mentor on this project was Jamie Helt and the Young Artists involved were Abby Chambers, Maggie Webber and Rachele Johnson


Faraway Lands Flow Into the Plains , 2007

by Deborah Uhl

 

Mediums: Mural, Acrylic

Location: Downtown; 1015 Farnam

Owner: O Dining Restaurant

Additional Information: This entire mural was painted in one week, and much of it at night due to the proximity of parked cars during the day. Three artists assisted in creating the mural: local Blair Art Educator, Angel Thomas, Objects Conservator from the Ford Conservation Center, Julie Parker, and Las Vegas Artist, Erica Deutsch, who painted the cityscape. Deborah despairs that the Great Wall painting, painted in the eighties, underneath the Faraway Lands mural was not in good enough condition to be saved and integrated into the new mural. The artist and client's intention for the new mural was to brighten the building and draw attention into the new restaurant housed within. O'Dining's menu brings in cuisine from Faraway Lands so we felt the subject of the mural was fitting. Deborah brought in her favorite subject, the Bristlecone pine trees, from Colorado's mountain tops, for the foreground and had them flow into the Omaha cityscape as the focal point for the mural. Deborah Uhl, an Omaha native, is a Mural Artist and also a Mural Conservator. She travels the world working in and outside historic buildings and new ones. She leads crews of Artists and Conservators on large scale projects through her company, the Creative Conservation Collective, based out of Colorado. She conserved the murals in the Durham Museum and has restored theatre interiors including decorative curtains in West Point, Kearney, Scottsbluff, and Kimball.


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