Red Path Gallery and Tasting Room

A Welcoming, Creative Space to Have Fun and Get Inspired.

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Local Wines

Local Craft Beer

Local Artists

Event Space

about the red path

Red Path emerged from the idea that happiness comes from following your own road and creating your own journey.

The gallery and tasting room was founded in 2013 to create a space for people to gather, have a drink, and appreciate local artists. Owners Alison and Chase took over in 2018 and have continued to grow Red Path into a place to inspire creativity, encourage community and feature the best wines, beers, and spirits that Nebraska has to offer.

Alison and Chase serving wine

more than just a gallery

Red Path is not an ordinary gallery. With bourbon and wine tastings, art classes, and community events, we’re a gathering place to feed your fun, creative soul.

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our featured artists

In our continued effort to feature and promote local art, we are currently showing work by these artists. By featuring diverse work from Nebraska artists we strive to create a feeling of community and creativity at Red Path Gallery.

Interested in becoming a featured artist?

Red Path Featured Artist - Deanna Faimon

Deanna Faimon

Fiber / Textiles / Sculpture
Wilbur, NE

Red Path Featured Artist - Jerene Kruse

Jerene Kruse

Pottery / Ceramics / Glass
Albion, NE

what’s happening at red path

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Join us for coffee and hear about the processes and artwork from a guest artist. This event is open to the community and all are welcome.

hear it from our visitors


Nice, cozy friendly venue with good Nebraska craft beers, wine, and liquor choices. A good and ever-changing variety of local and regional artists is a real treat. Visit is highly recommended!

– Mike M.

Great location for a gathering, birthday, anniversary, office, or any small group or come-and-go events.

– Randy H.

Fine art gallery that offers choices of local wines, beers, and soft drinks to sip while you browse. Nice way to spend a couple hours and pick up some local art! Worth checking out.

– James H.