Lincoln Artists’ Guild

The Lincoln Artists’ Guild (LAG) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization established in 1920 to promote and encourage artists’ development at all levels. It is an organization open to all people with a common goal to advance the visual arts. The Lincoln Artists’ Guild supports members in four key ways:

Encouragement

LAG provides encouragement to all artists and craftsman at all levels.

Education

LAG provides a variety of educational opportunities, workshops, lectures, and discussions throughout the year.

Exhibition

LAG provides a forum in which the community can appreciate the visual arts through exhibits and community outreach.

Exploration

LAG provides opportunities to explore artistic expression with support from fellow artists.

Join the Guild

LAG membership provides a variety of benefits and opportunities for visual artists of all levels, including participation in monthly educational programs, exhibition in the LAG Gallery, participation in competitive shows, and membership in the Association of Nebraska Art Clubs, INC (ANAC). Join the Guild today to start taking advantage of all these opportunities and more!

Lincoln Artists’ Guild News

LAG Represents at ANAC

Congratulations to following artists whose work was selected to represent the Lincoln Artists’ Guild at the 2021 Association of Nebraska Art Clubs Annual Conference show and especially those artists whose work was recognized with awards! “A New Day” by Don Duitsman “Bee” by Debbie Martin “Lone Bison” by Danielle Dewees “Yesteryear” by Carmen Stineman “Oceanside … Continue reading LAG Represents at ANAC

Watercolor Painting Workshop: Let’s Figure it Out! with Lois Smith

Join us for a day-long workshop to explore watercolor painting with artist Lois Smith. Open to members and non-members, this workshop will be full of information specific to the watercolor medium. We will learn about properties of individual pigments (sedimentary, staining, non-staining, temperature, etc.) and how those properties affect the way different colors work separately … Continue reading Watercolor Painting Workshop: Let’s Figure it Out! with Lois Smith