Artists

Summer solstice brings book release, exhibit about controversial Kentucky artist      He was a rebel with a cause. A gay rights activist in the repressive culture of the 1930s and 1940s America. An advocate of organic farming decades before the concept became mainstream. An artist whose sublime sophistication was often overshadowed by outrageous antics like cross-dressing and traveling with a pet nanny...

Sure. Santa Fee has its art colony, Seattle, its experimental arts edge, and New York, enough museums and cultural institutions that it can catalog its own top 50 and still have plenty of must-see’s left for another arts-centric list. But rocking an arts scene beneath the radar are those smaller towns whose dynamic art galleries, working artist studios, festivals with an...

January 9th, 2018, Henry Lawrence Faulkner’s birth date; he would have been 95 years old. Fine Art Editions has a release date of February 28th, 2018 for the book that illustrates his life as an artist and poet. The Gift of Color is an unprecedented overview of the career of Henry Lawrence Faulkner. Illustrated with over 100 accurate reproductions of...

In Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Annie Dillard contends that “the secret of seeing . . . comes to those who wait for it, it is always, even to the most practiced and adept, a gift and a total surprise.” No one knows this better than Louisville photo artist Chip Dumstorf, whose debut solo exhibit, LND&SEA, at the Fine Art Editions...

The Chip Dumstorf Exhibition opens tonight – with wine, martinis, music and hors d’oeuvres 6pm – 9 pm. This sixteen image exhibition suite titled LND&SEA with remain in our gallery through Nov 6th. Chip is an extraordinarily disciplined and insightful individual. We are proud to represent his breath-taking images. In Chip’s own words: I’ve always been fascinated with the emotional imprint and long-lasting...

By Jim Fields In William Shakespeare’s play, King Richard III cries out, “A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse!” His horse has been killed in battle and without it, he faces utter defeat and the loss of his throne. Demonstrating the human race’s essential dependence on another quadruped, Emily Dickinson declares that “Dogs are better than human beings because...

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