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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1998)
By Jason Hardy
Senior staff writer
For some people, the end of sum
mer is downright inspirational.
The hard-working artists of the
Haymarket’s many art galleries have
teamed up for a multi-gallery open
ing this Friday. So let’s take a walk.
From 7 to 9 p.m., the art galleries
of Lincoln’s historic Haymarket
invite you to take part in the first
gallery walk of the 1998-99 school
year. The artistic floodgates open
with everything from colorful paint
ings and stained-glass kites to masks
and sculptured drawer handles.
Anne Pagel, director for the
Haydon Gallery, 335 N. Eighth St.,
said the gallery walks, which take
place on the first Friday of every
month, mix the beauty of a gallery
with the social atmosphere of a party.
“It’s really a nice night out,”
Pagel said. “You can have a drink,
nibble on something and go to the
Julia Noyes, director of Noyes
Gallery, 119 S. Ninth St., said it was
a more involved way of viewing art.
“I think people buy into the idea
of seeing the work, but meeting the
artist becomes a whole event,” Noyes
said. “You get to experience die work
through the artist’s eyes.”
Noyes Gallery will feature the
watercolor work of Gretchen Meyers
along with jewelry and stained glass
by Bob GilUs. Other pieces by a vari
ety of artists also will be on display.
Pagel said the Haydon Gallery
will start things off with an exhibit
featuring the current works of Tom
Rierden, a Nebraska native and for
mer University of Nebraska-Lincoln
student, who will be the host of the
His art often uses mundane
scenes from everyday life and adds
vibrant colors and textures to make
“He involves a lot of pattern in
his brush work and also in die way he
uses color,” Pagel said. “It’s really
ruNttH mitral i uv nhmaska-uiiuuuv student Tom Kierden makes ms presence felt with his textured and col
orful paintings of rather ordinary settings. “Homage to Billy Parham,” above, is part of his exhibit opening Friday.
According to Pagel, Rierden is as
down-to-earth as his subject matter,
and eager to talk to art lovers about
Also starting things off with a
kick of color, the Burkholder
Project 719 P. St., is carrying a num
ber of exhibits including a stained
glass kite collection created by Julee
Lowe and a project entitled “For Your
Protection,” a group of masks and
shields by Linda Benton. “Both
shows are going to be quite wonder
ful,’’Anne Burkholder, director of the
gallerY, said. “The masks and
shields are just absolutely incredi
Gallery 9,124 S. Ninth St., plans
to lead off the month with an exhibit
entitled “Hardware,” by Wendy
Bantam. The artist said it was basi
cally a display of utilitarian artwork.
The collection includes painted cabi
netry as well as drawer pulls, room
dividers and even some napkins and
“It’s just a huge variety of work,”
Bantam said. She will be present at
Friday ’s opening. “I like tjb,e term
‘hardware’ becmWK& Ahaludaff i
And so does the first night of the
new season of gallery walks. It’s a
chance to observe the latest in local
artwork, meet Lincoln’s top creative
talents and snatch some hors d’oeu
vres while you’re at it. And all it will
cost you is a little sole.
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ence on Claypool’s love of story
However, the variety simply
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the songs are mediocre at best.
The saving grace of the album is
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improvisations that make them worth
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In an informational section of the
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ing of this EP was “something to fill
the void between albums.” In that
case, they’ve done a good job,
because basically, this disk just takes
Primus would have been better
off recording a live album, but until
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