Take a trip to France and enjoy the beauty of the spring hillsides, the canals and the color of the villages. The artistic ambiance and beauty of these painting will take you there.
If you’re looking for a funky, hip, sophisticated and sheik social scene step into the doors one of the most welcoming galleries in Louisville. This weekend, Revelry’s Forecastle X Festival Poster Art Unveil was just another example of the talented and promising artist that exhibit their work at Revelry.
Monday (February 27) marks the celebratory release party of the 5th Edition of the the LOOK Gallery Guide. The award-winning guide lists art galleries and museums that are local to the Louisville and Southern Indiana areas. A release party will be at Gallery M of Mellwood Arts and Entertainment Center from 6 to 8 p.m.
Iconic sculpture undergoes facelift
On Saturday February 4, 2012, after four years of collaborating with historians and research, the Carnegie Center for Art and History is unveiled “Remembered: the Life of Lucy Higgs Nichols.”
Francis Menotti headlines new First Friday event.
If you're looking for the most bang for your entertainment buck this Friday: This show promises a lot of bang...for no bucks.
Love and Magic are the themes for The First Friday Trolley Hop art exhibit at Bearno's by the Bridge. The art opening is accompanied by spoken word, music, an open mic, and a magic show.
“The Animals in Us” exhibition, in the Pat Harrison Arts Center Gallery, includes artists who are professional, emerging and upcoming from nearby universities, examines how we depict the animals in ourselves.
Craig Hawkins received his B.F.A in Fine Art from Valdosta State University (2001) and his M.F.A. at the University of Georgia (2011). Hawkins grew up in multiple cities and of his art says, “I collect moments of revelation and try to give them away as a drawing or a painting.”
School will be out soon for the Christmas season! You'll be looking for something to keep you children amused and busy! Amelia Robinson, of Enchanted Arts Studio has designed and facilitated some creativity camps for kids, and she is excited to share some holiday magic with you!
This is not Pottery Barn. Join Warren and Julie Payne as they present their new book, "Clear as Mud: Early 20th Century Kentucky Art Pottery", at The Filson Historical Society tomorrow at noon.