The next time you see something you wish you had a picture of…pick up your phone and use it!
Phoneography: photos from phones by Mitch Eckert and YOU, and the YOU in the instance also mean (ME). I’ll be writing this review from two different angles, as the participant and the viewer.
The people of Appalachia come for a visit. Renowned photographer Shelby Lee Adams presents his newest work "Salt and Truth" at Paul Paletti Gallery.
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.”
THIS is the story of Louisville in pictures. Meet the creator and crew of THIS…is Louisville.
Lisa Oechsli continues to emerge with her renewed love of photography.
Opening reception for art show Bridges over Bearno's is this Friday at Bearno's by the Bridge at 9 p.m.
Check out the traveling exhibits at 21c and Yew Dell Gardens over the Thanksgiving break before they leave town.
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.
Steamboats have been around since 1787 when John Fitch made his maiden voyage up the Delaware. When people think of them they think of the Belle of Louisville, Delta Queen and the Great Steamboat race every year at Derby time. Everyone is excited to see who is going to win those Golden Antlers. Kids and adults alike love the sound of the whistles and watching the turning of the great paddles on the back. It makes one wonder what James Howard saw through the lens of his camera at his tender young age when he began to photograph Steamboats in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Did he picture the steam billowing up through the big stacks? Did he see the soot on the bow and landing, even at times the clothing? James 'Captain Jim' Howard experienced all of this, and more...and his wonderful photography shows it all.