Louisville artists Jeral Tidwell and Justin Kamerer have become known well beyond these borders for their dark-tinged artwork, full of fast cars, interesting women, kooky characters, tattoos, decay
Letitia Quesenberry and Chris Radtke explore loss and light in ‘LIGHTBOX’
This month, while the leaves on the trees started to change colors, the windows at Zephyr Gallery were covered in black.
Public mural projects become more prevalent in Louisville’s urban landscape
If you’ve walked down East Market Street during the past couple months, you’ve probably noticed downtown’s newest residents.
Seattle-based art group presents ‘Small Moons’
It’s pretty difficult to describe “Small Moons” by Seattle-based trio SuttonBeresCuller, which is precisely why I think you should see it.
South African photographer Yolanda Dlamini displays images from her hometown
Last Thursday night, South African artist Yolanda Dlamini and I sat on the corner of Seventh and Main streets talking about “The Cosby Show,” a strange conversation to be having with so
Crane House offers a glimpse into this unique corner of the world
“Mysterious, rare, endangered, beautiful — all of these adjectives are used to describe Bhutan.” —Linda Leaming, “Married to Bhutan”
Political artist Dana Ellyn presents ‘A Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures’
It must be difficult for anyone familiar with artist Dana Ellyn to believe her claim that for the first three decades of her life, she was quiet and reserved.
Cami Burruss documents a year of her life
Cami Burruss has a lot on her to-do list this summer. Graduate high school, check. Buy dorm room essentials, check. Show a collection of original work at local gallery, also check.
Every fiber of your being is screaming you need a vacation, preferably to a faraway land. Unfortunately, the coffer is empty; looks like it’s going to be a staycation again this year.
In the buzzing pre-Derby season of 1989, Florence and Hunter Hooe showed up on the doorstep of the Portland Museum with photographs of some heirloom portraits.