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Art: KMAC gives a nod to its members

Artists are people, too. There are artists next door, down the block and in the next county.

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Art: The art of a six-pack

21c presents "Corner Store" at IdeaFest

So much for hot nuts and snow cones.

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Art: Fixated on art

Galerie Hertz celebrates 20th anniversary with ‘Obsessive Attention to Detail’

Obsession is often related to compulsion, an irresistible urge over which a person has no control.

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Art: When words fail us

Artists reflect on Sept. 11

It is the question of a generation: Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?

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Art of deception

How one Kentucky painter came to claim another’s work as his own

Jim Cantrell has lived the life of an artist.

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Art: Art through the ages

‘Art After Eighty’ showcases 19 senior artists

Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Michelangelo — artists from very different times, with vastly diverse styles and subjects. But the one thing they have in common?

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Culture: Kentucky in the Civil War

A historical exhibit at the Kentucky State Fair

What Stephanie Wilding Darst was looking for when she stepped into her time machine and turned the dial back 150 years was a fresh take on the story of Kentucky in the Civil War.

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Art: Art behind bars

‘Bars to Walls’ showcases art by Kentucky inmates

It seems pretty much everyone — from the artists, to the organizers, to the commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Corrections — is hyped about the “Bars to Walls: Inmate Art

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Art: Stitched conversations

Penny Sisto’s quilts speak for themselves

How do you know when you’re looking at art by Penny Sisto? First off, the medium is fabric.

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Nice tatts

Alternative Arts Festival showcases the tattoo as an art form

“The world is divided into two kinds of people: those who have tattoos, and those who are afraid of people with tattoos.” Psychologist Michael Mantell opened his 2009 article, &ld