Amanda Mobley Guenther

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Amanda Mobley Guenther, originally from Grass Valley, Calif., is a graduate of University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is the associate curator of Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. Guenther is the author of “Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism” and has also served as guest curator for several exhibitions in the Great Plains region. For more information, visit www.bonecreek.org or email amobley[at]bonecreek[dot]org.

 

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