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Bone Creek Museum Brings Learning Opportunities

January 13, 2011

Matthew Jacobson Workshop – Content and Compositional Choices is a artist workshop presented by Wisconsin draft horse painter Matthew Jacobson. The workshop will be held Saturday, February 26, 2011, from 2-5pm at the Bone Creek Annex, the former Legion building, 551 E St., David City, NE. The cost is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. […]

Agrarian Art on View at Gallery 92 West

December 15, 2010

Fremont Area Art Association’s Gallery 92 West is exhibiting “Agrarian Legacy: Works from Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art”, February 8-28, 2011. Bone Creek, located in David City, Nebraska, is the National Center for preserving, viewing, and learning about exceptional agrarian art. Agrarian pertains to fields, lands, or their tenure. The museum collects art by such […]

Grant Wood Comes to Bone Creek

November 02, 2010

Painter of the famous “American Gothic”, Grant Wood of Anamosa, Iowa is one of America’s most beloved artists. Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art has brought a Grant Wood mural section to David City, Nebraska, as part of a larger installation project in the museum’s Collection Gallery. With the installation of this piece by Wood, […]

Bone Creek Collection Continues to Grow

October 11, 2010

At the recent October 3rd reception for “Karen Krull Robart: Textile Landscapes”, Bone Creek Curator Mark L. Moseman and Karen Krull Robart jointly selected one of her paintings for a museum acquisition. The Evening Darkens Over….Wild Will be the Night, pictured here, was added to the growing art collection at Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. […]

Moseman Collection Lends New Works

September 07, 2010

Two new paintings on loan in the collection gallery offer a wider perspective of the influence of agrarianism. Land stewardship and food cultivation has never been limited to the Corn Belt, though today many may perceive it to be the case. A movement is springing up across the country through urban gardening and organic produce in […]