Washam show brings in a nice crowd to the Lincoln Art Institute

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[April 02, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

Saturday afternoon the Lincoln Art Institute was abuzz with folks dropping in to view the photographic art of local artist Randy Washam.

Washam uses a variety of digital techniques to turn everyday things into extraordinary works of art.

Pictures by Nila Smith

Washam (left) enjoys a snack while visiting with those who have come to see his works.

Many of Washam's pieces are scenic, but there were also some amazing pieces like this motorcycle, which is tagged as being Jason Guy's.



Guests admire a display wall.

Getting up close and personal with a work of art.


One person's trash is another's treasure.  This work is simply titled "Not Junk."

The mark of a true work of art is that it will spur the imagination and stir the emotions. This piece, entitled "Pure Joy," does just that.



In addition to Washam's show, there are several other pieces on display at the Art Institute every day.

A variety of mediums are included in the gallery, and according to owner Toby Prang, all are for sale.


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