LINCOLN—Missi Paul, a national award winning artist from Lincoln, Neb., is currently displaying transparent watercolors at Union College's McClelland Art Gallery until Oct. 1.
"These are not your grandma's faded watercolors," Paul says of the vibrancy in her paintings.
Unlike ink, pencil or oil painting, once a watercolor has been added it cannot be removed from the painting, and the color seeps into the paper as it wills. "Watercolor is technique first," Paul says. "It has a lot of personality and is hard to control."
LINCOLN—Union College's Multicultural Committee presents, "Woman's Work," a one-woman show performed by professional actress Pippa White, Sept. 19 at 7:00 p.m. The free show will take place on the lower level of the Everett Dick Administration Building, at the center of the Union College campus, 3800 S. 48th St. "Women's Work" is a combination of short monologues that use humor and insight to explore the lives of working women in the past 15 decades.
LINCOLN—If you can't spend three weeks exploring tropical countries for college credit, venture into the photos of the Union College students who did.
A photograph exhibit gives a remarkable view of the 15 students and three faculty members' journey through Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Honduras this summer, and is on display in Union College's McClelland Art Gallery from Aug. 13–Sept. 10.