Papillion artist talks about the fabr...

Papillion artist talks about the fabric of her life

There are 3 comments on the La Vista Sun story from Oct 3, 2007, titled Papillion artist talks about the fabric of her life. In it, La Vista Sun reports that:

Papillion resident Bonnie Rodgers will be one of the featured artists in the Brentwood Square Art Fair, held on Oct. via La Vista Sun

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hannah

La Vista, NE

#1 Oct 11, 2007
hannah is so cool dont be maen to her!!!!!!!!!!1111
Economic Development

Papillion, NE

#2 Oct 26, 2007
This is so cool to see. There was also an article in the local Papillion Times about a sculpter. I would love to see the artist community in Papillion get together and find a way to open a small cooperative studio in downtown Papillion.

What I would really love to see is either that old dingy corner behind Runza (used to be a small one person bank office) cleaned up and turned over to them... or even better, that Public Works building is really cool and artsy (next to the fire station). Move the city out of that building and make that the art hub of downtown. That would fit in really nice with the nice way they have done the mainstreet. Plus since it is by some of that more industrial stuff they could have some metal working arty people -or like the Papillion Times mentioned - even a small foundry (or Kiln?) for the scuplters.
Economic Development

Papillion, NE

#3 Oct 26, 2007
Here is that article in the Papillion Times:

Artist makes the mold
By: Bethany Fischer, Times Staff Writer
10/24/2007
Updated 10/24/2007 03:58:04 PM EDT


Artist Susanne Bradley has kept her passion for bronze sculpting in the almost four years she has lived in Papillion.

The area doesn't have a foundry to meet her needs, Bradley said, but she continues to make molds and send them off to foundries in Colorado and other areas. The result is small statues of ballerinas, animals and a variety of other characters.

Her interest first sparked in 1986, and she started sculpting at the Firehouse Art Center in Norman, Okla.

See the full story in this week's printed version of the Papillion Times.

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