Elena Dorfman shoots horses
Horses are ubiquitous around here. You can’t avoid them — even if you live downtown, you might see one trotting past, pulling a carriage or carrying a police officer.
Gena Neumann’s art comes with secret messages
There is something to be said for artists who set up labyrinths for the mind to wander in, and then have the compassion to come along after a while and show you the exits.
Carlos Gamez de Francisco finds solace in the canvas
Carlos Gamez de Francisco has had a lifelong preoccupation with his craft.
Preservation Louisville fights to keep Louisville weird
This is a David and Goliath story, or, to be more precise, Goliaths.
Bryce Hudson experiments with ‘Presentation’
Growing up, Bryce Hudson’s identity was questioned on a regular basis. The summer sun would flush his hair of any darkness while his skin took a golden brown tone.
Leticia Bajuyo thinks outside the frame
Plastic bottles, hula-hoops, discarded CDs. For most, these are not objects of beauty. They don’t trigger profound thought.
Kentucky School of Art partners with Spalding University
As I’m walking through the new Kentucky School of Art (KSA) space in Spalding University, I realize this is the physical manifestation of a dream come true.
Erik Underwood depicts religious figures in everyday scenarios
Most people might scoff at being called an agnostic, pessimistic hoarder, but artist Erik Underwood revels in it.
Artists use old technique in new exhibit
Wet plate photography — sounds messy, doesn’t it?
Photographer Simen Johan discusses his fantastical images
I obviously don’t watch enough Animal Planet. I didn’t question why a pair of moose and a swarm of tropical budgerigars were in the same photograph.