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Love and Magic: Art exhibit opening with live entertainment [Visual Art]
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Curators Andy and Kelly Cook have conjured up over 30 local artists to participate in a group art exhibit 

called Love and Magic.  The opening will begin at 9:00 Friday, February 3rd at Bearno's by the Bridge accompanied by spoken word by artists such as Christina Howard, Kenn Parks, and Ron Whitehead.

The event will also include an open mic session, so anyone can come and perform a spoken word piece or song. If you'd like to be listed on the line-up contact Kelly Cook at akcook777 AT gmail.com.Following the open mike, local prog rock band Son of the Widow will perform songs from their debut album "Hunting for Azoth" along with a few new songs from their current project "Isis in a Field of Dreams". Son of the Widow is scheduled to tour in Estonia with Ron Whitehead later this year and this show is part of many that will benefit getting this Louisville band to Europe for the Zero Tolerance International Estonia Arts Festival. 

The theme Love and Magic was born out of a desire to utilize the month of "love" and celebrate the art and magic occurring at Bearno's. The Magic Theater is a new magic venue above Bearnos (Whisky Row lofts, 131 W Main).  Smerlin Entertainment will be warming up audiences with magic headliner Francis Menotti before the art opening begins. More information about the magic portion of the night is at the Smerlin Entertainment web site. You can also contact Bearnos at 502-584-7437 for tickets to the magic show. 

Exhibiting artists include:

Alexander King

Andy Cook

Carol McLoed

Christina Howard

David Spenard

Dede Guerrisi-Jones

Eli Jeter

Erin Fitzgerald

Evan Leibo

Genna S Yussman

Jada Lynn

Jae C. Grady

Jamie Lynn Smith

Jen Mitchell

Jennifer Rebecca

Josh Loveless

Karl Otto

Kathy Fitzgerald

Kelly Cook

Kelly McCarthy

Kenn Parks

Kim Balevre

Kim Torres

Leslie Doyle

Linda Akers

Lisa Oechsli

Norman Adams

Richard Francis

Sandie Griffin

Scott Hile

Shelby Baker

Sultra Divine


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