Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room in Historic Downtown Seward, Nebraska

Jeanne K Hain Wiemer

02/20/17

  • Historic

  • Gallery

  • Wine Tasting

  • Shopping

  • Art

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f you could see Nebraska through my eyes, you'd see Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room in the historic downtown square of Seward, Nebraska. Built as a bank in 1886, the space was converted in 1951 into a law firm - the oldest in Nebraska. Through a labor of love, original architectural features were uncovered, and the historic building was renovated and transformed into an art gallery and wine tasting room, plus various other Nebraska libations.

Today, over twenty Nebraska member artists showcase their original art in this historic building, plus over 13 guest artists from around Nebraska come to share in the passion of artistic design each year. All artwork is rotated every two months for a new look to enhance the mind and heart of the observer.

Wine is bottled at a local Nebraska winery, and the tasting room features wine labels by Jeanne K. Hain Wiemer, a Nebraska artist and Owner and Director of Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room.

If you could see through my eyes, you would see and know that the visitors will feel a genuine and authentic sense of the past as they walk through this space, while viewing art from Nebraska artists in the present in hopes of enhancing the arts and culture on the historic downtown square of Seward, Nebraska into the future.

My name is Jeanne K Hain Wiemer and this is Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room in Seward, Nebraska through my eyes.

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