KORE gallery offers a bright and cheery atmosphere that reflects the artists who are featured there.
To quote Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "Earth's crammed with heaven," and painter Joel Sheesley shows you how to see it.
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.”
Friday nights Mellwood/Frankfort Avenue Fat Friday Trolley Hop was not only an art lovers dream, it was about creating dreams. While customers shopped and saved money, they helped local store owners give back to help give needy families and children a Christmas some may not have had by Shop with a Cop, Backpacks for Kids, Toys for Tots and several other programs.
Revelry means boisterous festivity, merrymaking and celebration. The night I was there Revelry lived up to its name! Situated in the Highlands between Regalio and The Herb Import Co., two doors down from Lynn's Paradise Café, this quaint little gallery is warm and welcoming.
Studio...it is normally considered an artist's workroom, an establishment, building, or group of buildings or a company that teaches any arts, music or dance. The word Studio is derived from the Latin: studium, meaning to study or zeal.Joe Autry's studio Open Air steps aside of the normal studio meaning and is exactly what the name makes you think of, in the open air. However, the definition that matches Joe, and the other artist making up Open Air Sculpture Studio perfectly, is having definitely studied with zeal. Their hard work and love for their craft shows in their art.
Septembers "First Fridays Trolley Hop" proved to be an exciting event at many downtown Louisville's gallery's and museum's last night. Actors Theatre Gallery Exhibit at 316 W. Main Street was active with creativity and artist were eager to share their ideas.www.actorstheatre.org
This musician/artist turns curb-side finds into wall-mounted sculptures. Patrick Donley's work is on exhibit in NuLu this month,
Despite a rainy Saturday morning, artists, collectors and the curious alike filled the Mellwood Art Center and neighboring parking lots this weekend to see what artisans from across the area had to sell.