In extracting the romantic and strange from everyday life, Louisville artist Kathleen Lolley has garnered worldwide acclaim
Call it through the looking glass. Call it whimsical folk art.
A funny thing happened while I was hovering over the toilet in a filthy public restroom the other day.
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage opens first exhibit
I have good news and bad news.
Miya Ando in Louisville
Last fall, as the darker hours of the day stretched longer and longer, Miya Ando started making weeklong trips from her Brooklyn home to The Healing Place, an alcoholism and addiction recovery faci
'Transparency' exhibit opens Friday
Look up “transparent” in the dictionary, and it always comes back to light — admitting the passage of light, permitting light to pass through, etc.
Pat yourself on the back, Louisville — you done good.
I have to admit this one almost slipped by me.