'It's All About Love'  brings art enthusiasts to the art institute
on Valentine's Day

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[February 16, 2013]     Send a link to a friend

The Logan County Art Association opened its latest exhibit, "It's All About Love," on Valentine's Day at the Lincoln Art Institute gallery in downtown Lincoln. This is the second themed exhibit by the art group since its founding in November. The association has 10 artists among its members.

Artist and gallery owner Moses Pinkerton was delighted to explain that his painting "Love at First Sight" could be hung in many different ways and the central heart would always be aligned correctly. 

Christopher Tice used a unique technique to craft his piece "Kite." He placed match heads on the canvas in the pattern he wanted and then ignited them. The burning matches inscribed the canvas in the pattern he designed.

The Logan County Art Association meets at the Lincoln Art Institute the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Artists and the general public are welcome to attend and become members.

Pictures by Curt Fox

The Lincoln Art Institute is located on the east side of the square in Lincoln, just south of the post office.

"Wedding Cake," by Bryon Bonebrake


"Spring Bouquet," by Lee Hahn

"My Father's Things," by Lee Hahn

""Love at First Sight," by Moses Pinkerton


Guests at Thursday night's open house enjoyed not only the art but the chance to visit with others who have a similar appreciation for the local talent.


"Girl and Her Dog," by Wilbert Hill

"Kite," by Christopher Tice


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