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Gallery 1516 Spontaneity: 10 Nebraska Abstract Painters includes Nancy Teague

Gallery 1516 is featuring a special exhibit of ten Nebraska abstract painters.

Courtesy of: Debra S. Kaplan

Spontaneity: 10 Nebraska Abstract Painters celebrates contemporary work that expresses vibrant colors, lively mark making, unique forms, yummy textures, subtle overlays, and intriguing happenings.

Featuring: James Bockelman, Dan Howard, Jerry Jacoby, Diane Lounsberry-Williams, Ann Pape, Larry Roots, Mark Sabaliauskas, Nancy Teague, JK Thorsen, and Beverly Todd.

Because of Gallery 1516’s spaciousness, the curation of this show enabled the impact of these works to be seen from a distance. This is the best way to see abstracts at first encounter. Then the works can draw the viewers in to discover energetic strokes, colorful interplay, and little surprises.

On the red partition – “Prairie Poem” 72x72x2″ by Beverly Todd.

“Accentuate The Positive” 72x48x1.5″ and “Blues Wonder” 40x40x1.5″ by Nancy Teague. Courtesy of Debra S. Kaplan


“Into My Day” 40x40x1.5″ Acrylic – Nancy Teague

Check out the great crowds and creative finger foods!

Courtesy of: Debra S. Kaplan

Even a Jackson Pollack influence showed off on a pizza,  along with Kandinsky, Picasso, and other well known abstracts painters! Courtesy of: Debra S. Kaplan

Spontaneity: 10 Nebraska Abstract Painters is on display
February 28 – May 17th, 2020
Gallery 1516 is at 1516 Leavenworth Omaha, NE.
Hours: Friday – Sunday 11am – 5pm


Gallery 1516 is a non-profit gallery and exhibition space in Omaha, Nebraska. Their mission is to support Nebraska and regional artists, encompassing visual arts, and performing arts such as vocal, instrumental, and literary.

Gallery 1516’s about: “We work in conjunction with museums, educational, professional, and performing arts organizations to provide a space in eastern Nebraska for traveling exhibitions, educational lectures, music performances, and more. We support the arts through a broad range of fund-raising activities and community engagement…”







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