Public Art & Handcrafted History

Hand-Painted Signs of Blackstone

The Blackstone District is no stranger to change and revitalization. Its modest history begins in the 1880s when families migrated from South Omaha and constructed large brick homes in what was then considered to be West Omaha. The…

Historic Chapel

Nebraska is often described as a “fly over state” with very little going on in the way of cultural and artistic expression. When you are busy flying over in your cramped coach seat, you miss the beautiful and often subtle representations of artistic…

‘Ghost Signs’ In Omaha’s Old Market District

Located in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, the Old Market is a historic neighborhood district bordered by South 10th Street to the east, and 13th Street to the west, Farnam Street to the north, and Jackson Street to the south. Known for its numerous shops,…