The Kaviar Forge Gallery's exhibit this F.A.T. Friday Trolley Hop showcased Kentucky leather artists that included Robert Black, prize winning leather worker of the Church head knot, and Steven Hughes and Tatyana Malkin of Pillywiggin Leather Inc. whose leather mask and corsets are theatrical artistic masterpiece of beauty. The leather exhibit features other artists as Craig Kaviar, Janet Strait of Swash-Bucklers, Johnny Sosbe, Sue Schofield of Inherited Leather and Walt Priddy; however on this Fat Friday it was Mr. Black and Hughes I spoke with.
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Kaviar Forge celebrates F.A.T trolley hop with an exhibit featuring Kentucky's leather artists.
Buy local this season! Local Tattoo and Art Parlor hosts 3rd annual show, which also benefits the Center for Women and Families.
Can you envision a kite that looks like a dragon, a buffalo, or a canoe? At the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft that is exactly what you will see, some with tails 40 feet long or more! At the Visions of Lewis and Clark: Contemporary Kites Tell the Story, you will see a kite that tells of history in a different way. This is an educational exhibit for children and adults that love kites and history.
Local artist, Aaron Kizer, gets national recognition with his amazing Steve Jobs tribute painting, created in just minutes before your eyes.
Enchanted: attract, cause to be enamored, hold spellbound. That is what art does to us. We are attracted to art, it holds us spellbound. At Enchanted Arts Studio Amelia Robinson - Founder and Director gives everyone the chance to create the masterpiece inside of them. With Open Studio hours, monthly rates and mentoring artist can chose what is best for them. Enchanted Studio follows the Community 5C guidelines of Compassion, Connection, Cooperation, Contribution and Consideration. Enchanted Arts is at Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center.
Have you ever thought about traveling to California and wondered what it would be like? Have you ever wanted to own a piece of art? What would it be like traveling from California to Kentucky linking the places you have been? Better still, what do you think about an Artist that gives the public the ability to interact directly with the art by giving you a piece of her art, free to art critics and lovers alike? Ashley Brossart has done just that with her Orange-Peeled Art Drops that is now on exhibit at the Bridge Gallery at Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center.
Contemporary photographer who often works with nudes and alternative lighting will be having an opening reception for his exhibit at Blue Heron Gallery in Milltown, IN.
"Step into an exhibition where the boundaries of reality blur, with just enough tongue-in-cheek mixed in to take the edge off. " Those were the words used by Carol Mueller to describe the Weber Galleries AWFUL REVOLTING TERRIBLE HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION. However, it wasn't awful, revolting or terrible. It was a delightful treat of magnificent art, in Halloween style of course.
First Friday at the Speed Museum brings opera and art together in order to help local advocacy groups.
A fully recreated corner store at the Idea Festival gives a humorous but depressing and scatalogical view on the American urban corner store. View a slideshow of the exhibit.