The Old Feed Store Art Center in Bassett, Nebraska
by Beth Cole
There is a most lovely art oasis for Nebraska art in Bassett, Nebraska, thanks to vision, many hands, and a multitude of big hearted givers. The Old Feed Store Art Center opened in early 2018 with an exhibit of Joel Sartore’s Photo Ark in cooperation with the Museum of Nebraska Art. Since then, other Nebraska artists, musicians and poets have shown and performed in the space.
I am thrilled to be showing my work in this beautiful place through the month of October, 2018. With gallery lighting and museum style gallery display, the artwork seems to come alive.
Thank you to Ki Slaymaker and Loranda Buoy for scheduling and hanging the show and making everything look great!
These artists, along with many, many other leaders and volunteers, have all worked together to create something with meaning and purpose. I am so impressed.
A beautiful Gale family private collection of masterful works is also on display.
I hope you will get a chance to stop if you are anywhere close. The center is open four days a week by a staff of volunteers.
Look for this building. It’s right on main street.
Thanks for supporting art! And reading to the end!
Soli Deo Gloria