“Tangible Viewpoints,” featuring quilts, assemblage by Scott Holl, and paintings by Marty Olson, opens at the Lincoln Art Center Friday, January 12 from 5:30 – 7:30, with a gallery walk at 6:30. This exhibit runs through February 24, 2018.
Lincoln quilters will be showing a variety of patterns, colors and styles executed in their own unique vision and creative approach.
Scott Holl of St. Louis, MO., a Lincoln native has been working in assemblage, photography, and painting. Holl earned a BA in German from Fort Hays University, an MA in Theology from the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, and a Masters of Library and Information Science from Dominican University in Illinois. Holl has had a lifelong interest in art and graphic design.
Marty Olson, Lawrence, Ks. works in mixed media and painting. Olson influences have been filtered through public education and a rich social life. His work appears in numerous private collections, predominantly local and regional. Olson says,”Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, I have frequently revisited my roots for cultural inspiration. I love the light, landscape, history and cultural input when I am there. These aspects have certainly factored into my visual vocabulary.”
This exhibit is free and open to the public Tuesday-Friday Noon-4:00 and Saturday 9:00 am to Noon at the Lincoln Art Center, 126 E. Lincoln Ave., Lincoln, Kansas 67455. For more information call the art center at 785-524-3241