In his first solo exhibition at the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA), painter and graphic designer Mark Hartman creates dimensional wall pieces that incorporate painting, metal embossing, and cut shapes. Influenced by the work of Frank Stella, Eddie Dominguez, and Paul Rand as well as elements of graphic design, the objects dispel with “frames, rectangles, and canvas.” Hartman is an Associate Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
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Constellation by Mark Hartman (2012)
Get into the arts this weekend with MONA’s exhibition, Nebraska Now: Mark Hartman, Paintings. Hartman is the Associate Professor for the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
This is his first solo exhibition at MONA. He displays an array of artistic abilities, namely painting, draftsmanship, mixed media, and graphic design.
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It’s always a great time to feed your creativity and artsy delights, while getting acquainted with some local talent!
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For more information on Hartman, check out this article written by Kearney Hub: Hartman’s artwork influenced by past planetarium experience
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