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Nelsons Gift Large Lucioni Print Collection

November 02, 2011

Bill and Patty Nelson of Shelton, Nebraska have been collecting Luigi Lucioni original prints for years, after their friend Dr. Embury turned them on to the artist’s work. Some of their collection Bill purchased directly from the artist himself, while on trips visiting the New England Vermont area. Now the Nelson’s are passing their love for the […]

2011 Outstanding Website from Nebraska Travel and Tourism

October 20, 2011

Nebraska Department of Economic Developments Travel and Tourism Division awarded the 2011 Outstanding Website Award to Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. On October 26, Paula Bohaty, presented the award to Mark L. Moseman, Chief Curator, at the museum. Also present were Amanda Mobley Guenther, Associate Curator and web site manager, and Carol Moseman, Bone […]

2011 Nebraska Passport Program

May 04, 2011

Discover the great attractions of Nebraska with an expanded Nebraska Passport Program. Last year, the Passport Program developed by the Department of Economic Development’s Travel and Tourism Division was hugely successful. This year, Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art is an additional destination along the roadmap that is well worth the trip. Visit between other stops […]

Jim Hamil Watercolor Comes to Collection

March 16, 2011

Chief Curator Mark L. Moseman poses next to “Building the Haystack, Late Afternoon” a painting that has been gifted by artist Jim Hamil to join the growing collection of exceptional agrarian art at Bone Creek. Jim Hamil’s renowned reputation in watercolor will be represented at Bone Creek in perpetuity. The Curatorial team selected this painting for its unique […]

Collectors and Museum Work Together

February 28, 2011

The partnership between collectors and museums can be beneficial to both parties as well as the general public. “Building these special friendships is one of the many joys of the museum environment,” says associate curator Amanda Mobley. Bone Creek has been fortunate to receive loans by significant artists adding to the value of the collection as […]