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When is Gallery Hop, Lexington KY. April 20, 2012

Lexington, Kentucky art Gallery Hop, April 20, 2012 HIGHLIGHTS Sarah Jane Sanders, Room for Dessert: a collaboration of Food and Photography. Wine + Market. 5 pm to 8 pm. Corner of 2nd and Jefferson. Lexington, KY. Sanders is the current […]

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Artist John Lackey’s Gamut, video at North Limestone

Lexington artist John Lackey, twice voted Best Artist by Ace readers, has put together a stop-motion movie, Gamut, that chronicles the renovations across the street from his Homegrown


Lexington’s Iroquois Hunt Club in Garden and Gun Magazine

Oscar Wilde once called foxhunting "the indescribable in pursuit of the inedible," but the Iroquois Hunt Club (built in 1807)  just outside Lexington has long been one of

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Photographer Shelby Lee Adams in New York Times

Kentucky-born photographer Shelby Lee Adams' new book, Salt and Truth,  was prominently featured in the Sunday November 13 New York Times. (Click here for the "Of Kentucky" slideshow


John Darko’s Change for Art Meter Dedicated

Lexington's Change for Art program unveiled the final installment in 2011's Art Parking Meters October 30 at the Kentucky Theatre. Artist John Darko presented his new work, a metal

Lexington Visual Collective: A Force for Change in Lexington

This article appears on p 12 of the April 7, 2011 edition   by Kate Sprengnether The Lexington Visual Collective (LexVC) wants you to know that the Lexington art community

ART LOVERS Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether

The most hands-on visual arts couple in town, Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether couldn’t find a place to get a slice anywhere when they first moved to Lexington

Hitting Stands Now: Jan 13 issue The Nude 25

[cover design by Clif Dickens. Art by Dana Davis, courtesy Lexington Art League]The January 13 issue of Ace is hitting stands now.In this issue, you'll find a preview

LifeLab Mentoring at Latitude

by Bruce Burris Where does it start? Muscles tense. One leg a pillar, holding the body upright between the earth and the sky. The other a pendulum, swinging

NUDE turns 25 01.13.2011

Highland Heights Artist Ken Landon Buck (born and raised in Lexington, a Tates Creek grad) recalls a memory of one of the earliest Nude exhibits, “I remember going

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