‘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.
Exhibition presents the human body more as science than art
Although we still don’t have an IKEA, Louisville can check “dead body art exhibit” off the list of things that make you a major metropolis.
A gallery show of rock art
Flyering, a tactile sport in my day, has been too quick to recede into the same sort of kitsch as vinyl — indie nerds blathering about having a physical thing, right the
Artists Kathleen Lolley and Natasha Sud find commonality in each other’s work
From a world populated by mythical creatures, colorful birds and creeping flowers, Kathleen Lolley and Natasha Sud deliver snapshots of singular vision, so enticing we want to find the path t
Speed buys Ruthart’s noted ‘Adam Naming the Animals’
Carl Borromäus Andreas Ruthart is not a name that rolls off the tongue.
Grand reopening for GHAP is Jan. 15-17
Art News & Bits
The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft is hosting a workshop for mid-career artists, “Art: Make It Your Business,” on Jan. 17 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
KMAC pays tribute to Marvin Finn
Kentucky’s famous urban folk artist Marvin Finn (1913-2007) is best known for his colorfully painted woo
Art News & Bits
The Speed Art Museum has extended the exhibition “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” through Jan. 18 and lowered the admission price.