The Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum is inviting the public to come take a look into “Seher’s World” with a special art exhibit set to open this Saturday.

The exhibit is “part of an ongoing program to promote local talent,” Museum Director Robert Roberson said, noting that the exhibit features the work of local artist Nancy Seher.

“She has a unique way of looking at the world,” Roberson said, noting that is why he decided to title the exhibit “Seher’s World.”

He noted that Seher mainly likes to work in pastels and watercolors in her paintings, which tend to be of still life or landscapes.

Beyond just taking a look into Seher’s world through her paintings, art fans will have a chance to meet the artist herself during a special opening reception to be held Saturday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

This is Seher’s first solo exhibit at the Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum, Roberson said.

However, it is not the first time that her work has been featured at the museum, he said, noting that she has participated in several contests sponsored by the museum and was one of three local female artists to be featured in a 2007 exhibit entitled “Three Women and a Wild Hare.”

Another one of the artists featured in last year’s “Three Women and a Wild Hare” was Tammy Roberts, who will exhibit her work in her own solo show next Month, Roberson said.

“Seher’s World” will be on display at the museum until Nov. 29. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information about the exhibit or other museum programs contact Roberson at the Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum at 256-6136.

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