Provides live demonstrations reflections regarding the natural landscape of the region and a unique perspective on his approach to capturing the essence of the real Brownville and her legacy
Loren’s current works include oil, charcoal, pencil, pastel, watercolor, and most recently, sculpture. Many of his works have their genesis in painting trips in the field. Loren says that painting directly from nature allows him a greater degree of spontaneity. In his search for subject matter, Entz enjoys painting the human emotions that unite, rather than the ones that divide
Flat Water Folk Museum
An art collection of vernacular expressions and creations reflecting the human spirit and passion of common folk
HOURS: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 1-4 PM & by appointments.
New Earth Clay Pottery
Following the tradition of early regional potters, Bill uses a local Nebraska clay to create objects for everyday use, a dense stoneware suitable for the home. Bill also produces wood-fired pots with natural ash glazes.
Located in Brownville's iconic "October House," Mary's Emporium provides an eclectic blend of new, estate, and artisan jewelry and accessories.
River View Glass
My current body of work encompasses casting, fusing, cold working, slumping and flame working glass to create well-designed pieces of art glass for the public, that will become valued items for future generations to enjoy and share with their loved ones
With a heart for keeping this living history alive you won’t be disappointed by adding this to your trips agenda. Stop by their shop on Main Street in Brownville, Nebraska or visit their store online. At www.sweetwaterbrooms.com
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