Metro Gallery to characteristic Sandhills pictures by Christensen – Lincoln Journal Star

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In July, Metro Gallery, 1316 N St, will characteristic a solo exhibit by award-winning advantageous artwork photographer Jan Christensen. The opening reception for “Sand and Sky” is Friday, July 1, from 3-7 p.m. with music by Tony Church from 5-7 p.m.

“The sky is the story in the Sandhills,” mentioned Christensen. “The Nebraska Sandhills have always been a source of inspiration for me because of the wide open spaces, big skies and near absence of man’s intervention in the landscape. The Sandhills still appear almost as they were hundreds of years ago.”

Christensen’s advantageous artwork pictures has been exhibited on the George Eastman Museum, is a part of the everlasting collections on the Sheldon Museum of Art, the Museum of Nebraska Art and the Great Plains Art Museum, in addition to company collections. She lives in Lincoln.

“The Sandhills are a must-see in this state,” mentioned Dean Settle, principal of Metro Gallery. “Jan Christensen does gorgeous, gorgeous photographs of landscapes, sky and cattle. All her works are matted or framed.”

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One of the big works featured is “Curly,” a portrait of a bull deflecting flies. The photograph was taken on a aspect highway off of Highway 97, south of the Merritt Reservoir.

“I like to pack the car with maps, food and camera gear and take a road not traveled to open my mind and wander to see what is out there,” Christensen mentioned. “Being deaf for some time before grade school made my eyesight more critical, and made me a more careful observer of the nuances that happen when you wait for the unseen to be seen.”

Christensen’s work will probably be on show all through July throughout common hours Monday via Friday, 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Saturdays from 2-5 p.m. See extra at JSanctuary.com.

Metro Gallery curates reveals at 11 areas in Lincoln and southeast Nebraska. In addition to promoting and renting artwork, Metro Gallery’s providers embody hanging artwork, cleansing artwork, restoring or repairing work, and liquidating artwork for estates. Learn extra at MetroGalleryLincoln.com or name 402-202-7549.


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