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Mediums: Mural, Acrylic, Paint, Aerosol, Latex


A Molloscock's Inversion of Sky and Sea , 2010

by Tim Guthrie; Maggie Weber

 

Mediums: Mural, Paint

Location: Mid-Town; 6053 Binney Street west side of the Benson Professional Building

Owner: The Professional Building

Series: Benson Mural Project

Additional Information: In 2009, seven people gathered with the common purpose of transforming a portion of Benson’s environment through creative neighborhood projects. After much brainstorming they settled on a public art venture in the form of a mural project. The seven represented Leadership Omaha Class 31, itself a project of the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce. The group contacted Benson High School and 12 artists submitted their ideas.


Art Before Silence , 2005

by Alyssa Denny

 

Mediums: Mural, Paint

Location: Mid-Town; Adventure in Art, 6001 Maple Street,

Owner: Adventure in Art

Additional Information: Kristi Pederson, owner of Adventure in Art, has always felt that troubled kids had a lot to say. They just sometime couldn't express themselves. With this in mind, she approached the local Drug Court and was allowed to do a presentation to all of the kids currently in the program. She held a contest and the winning design is what you see on the side of the building at my business. Almost all of the kids in Drug Court participated; from prep work to the actual painting of the mural and to the clean up stages as well. Alyssa Denny was the artist with the winning design.


Art is not Communication. It is Dialogue. , 2005

by Linda Miegs

 

Mediums: Wood, Paint

Location: Downtown; SE corner of the Florence Mill 9102 N 30th Street

Owner: Sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Florence

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.


Ashlars , 2013

by Charles Fisher

 

Mediums: Paint, Aluminum

Location: Downtown; 202 South 20th Street Courtyard of the Scottish Rite

Owner: Scottish Rite

Additional Information: The artist's inspiration for this piece was the Masonic concept of the Rough Ashlar and the Perfect Ashlar. Using the symbolism of the medieval stone masons who traveled Europe building the great cathedrals, the ashlars are central to Freemasonry. The rough ashlar represents an imperfect stone hewn from the quarry and the perfect ashlar, represents the same stone, after the craftsman has carved the stone. In Freemasonry, the ashlars represent the symbolic journey from imperfection toward perfection through education, our own work, and faith. Every Lodge, whether it is in Nebraska or elsewhere in the United States, or any Masonic Lodge in the world, will prominently have a rough and perfect Ashlar in the room to remind members of that symbolic journey.


Axle , 1990

by Dan Boye

 

Mediums: Steel, Metal, Paint

Location: Mid-Town; 704 TAC Building, 3230 Burt Street. Located on the south side of Cumming Street and on the northeast side of the building.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


Beating The Path to Freedom

by Unknown

 

Mediums: Mural, Paint

Location: Downtown; 3300 North 24th Street

Owner: Unknown


Bernini Ribbon

by Catherine Ferguson

 

Mediums: Stainless Steel, Wood, Paint

Location: Downtown; The 1299 Building In a passway that connects Harney and Farnam through the building - on the ceiling. Only accessible during regular business hours.

Owner: 1299 Building


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


Diversity

by George Adamson

 

Mediums: Concrete, Paint

Location: West; Catlin Elementary School 12736 Marinda Street. Just to the right of the main entrance.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


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