Kristin Pluhacek

Kristin
Pluhacek
Art Discipline: 
Visual

Location:

Omaha
NE
United States of America
Dates of Residence: 
May 25, 2009 to Jun 19, 2009

Kristin Pluhacek lives and works in Omaha, Nebraska. Her drawings and paintings have been exhibited extensively in Midwestern fine arts galleries and museums, and her work is represented in numerous public and private collections. She is the illustrator for the book "Send Me Tulips", recently published by Prisma Press (prismacollaborative.com) and was the featured artist/illustrator for the 2007 Summer Arts Festival. She has participated in numerous public art projects and led many project workshops, including the Lauritzen Gardens Lewis and Clark Interpretive Icon and "Reach for Your Dreams", a collaboration between Mutual of Omaha, Campfire USA and the United States Swimming Association in conjunction with the 2008 Olympic Swim Trials. Kristin is a BFA graduate of Creighton University, and teaches drawing at Metropolitan Community College and Joslyn Art Museum. Currently, her work can be viewed at Anderson/O'Brien Gallery (aobfineart.com) and Dundee Gallery (dundeegallery.com) both in Omaha, NE and on line at www.kkpluhacek.com . In 2009, Kristin's work will be featured at the Blue Barn Theatre's Abbot Pinkhoff Gallery in conjunction with their performance of "Wit".

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