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Luck be a lady

Artist Pat Gallagher offers up the 10 most inspirational women of Louisville in new exhibit

It wasn’t the fact that the stranger asked for his doodle that surprised him; it was the way he held it.

In his own words

Pat Gallagher on the 10 Most Inspirational Women in Louisville (plus one)

 “Comfort of Integrity”

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Art: A fairytale in reverse

Jennifer Brunner turned to art to cope with cancer

Happy ending first: Jennifer Brunner is a beautiful, purple-haired pixie in a plaid jacket walking between the tall oaks on U of L’s main campus toward the coffee shop where we are meet

Art News

Louisville has been selected to host the Glass Art Society (GAS) annual conference June 10-12, 2010.

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Art: "Notice the things you notice"

Sculptor Brad White’s path has been a learning curve

Sculptor Brad White is used to controversy, difficulties and censorship. Not that he likes it.  

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Louisville: Through the lens

Photo Issue 2009

Welcome to LEO Weekly’s 2009 Photography Issue.

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Art: On the outside

Graffiti artist The Daveer isn’t confined by the gallery or canvas

From the street to the wall, The Daveer does art his own way. Since 1996, the self-taught graffiti artist has offered his drawing and painting skills to the street.

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Lights, camera, film noir and Homies

21c presents a mini-retrospective of two new media artists

‘The Constant World of Jennifer and Kevin McCoy’
Though June
21c Museum Hotel

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Gallopalooza: Behind the Scenes

Last week I snuck into the "horse barn" out at the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center to take a peak at the Gallopalooza horses that are b

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Clay now

‘Best of Louisville Clay’ brings recognition to pottery artists

The large bulldog stands on thick, stocky legs, its powerful jaws locked in a snarl. The title, “I Can Assure You My Bite is Worse,” seems a highly credible statement.