On my way to the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft to see “Ritual & Residue: The Art of Drink,” I heard “Raise Your Glass” by Pink on the radio.
For art-loving folks, the IdeaFestival has become our Kentucky Derby, with anticipation building up all year. What international artists are coming to speak this year? What art will we see?
I am not a Roman Catholic but I have friends who are.
This qualifies as one of the longest exhibition titles ever: “Some of our favorites artists who are current & former gallery/studio directors who are producing absolutely FABULOUS art!&rd
The wheel spins. Sprinkles of water and clay residue spray off as potter Patrick Rademaker molds a shapeless piece of clay into a pot, plate, mug, bowl or any sort of creation he can think up.
Sometimes I think just getting off the sofa qualifies as an Olympic event.
Some may say there is a wide gap between being a well-mannered lady or gentleman and living out among the wildlife. Georgetown-born artist Anessa Arehart is proof that the two can coexist.
When it was announced back in April that Aaron Yarmuth was buying LEO Weekly, I received a few queries about our future plans.
Exhibit brings the art of taxidermy back to life
Once you’ve embraced the craftsmanship behind artisan pickles, hand-stitched leather bike satchels and exquisitely waxed handlebar mustaches, you have to admit you’re just one bite of h
Andy Abbott’s global perspective influences his art