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Profile: Andrew Brown

Standing in a pile of sawdust and shavings that is roughly the size of a batter’s box, Andrew Brown inserts a long, rectangular spear of poplar into a lathe in his Germantown garage.

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Profile: Wes Hillegas

Things don’t look so bright in the sinister comic world of Wes Hillegas.

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Profile: William M. Duffy

Just call the man Duffy, if you will. Bored with the limitations of two-dimensional art, Duffy became a sculptor by accident — a car accident, that is.

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Profile: Geoff Carr

“My gut” — that’s what Geoff Carr, 55, listens to when he’s looking for a scene to photograph.

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Art to the masses

Speed moves to dig deeper into community

Meet your new community center, the Speed Art Museum.

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Profile: Suzanne Edds

Suzanne Edds is living the dream.

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Profile: Ying Kit Chan

The drawings are massive, two-paneled pieces stretching across eight feet or so of the floor in Ying Kit Chan’s office at the University of Louisville, where the Hong Kong native is a profess

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Profile: Tiffany Ackerman

It’s a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma (thank you, Winston Churchill): How could a person who has an aversion to fire be a glassblower?

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Profile: Thea Lura

Not even “bad” artwork gets much criticism in saccharine America, but provocative artist Thea Lura welcomes it.

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Profile: Eddie Santiago

Searching for balance in a chaotic world, Eddie Santiago’s paintings reflect the journey of someone who has seen the good, the bad and the brutal.