Art: Full circle

Tim Lowly and Matt Ballou bring reflection to The 930

Much like the strict syllabic discipline adhered to by Haiku poets, artists Tim Lowly and Matt Ballou have devoted themselves to the use of “tondos,” or circular formats


Art: Leonardo of all trades

Frazier History Museum honors Da Vinci’s other passions

I blame the bestselling novel by Dan Brown and its blockbuster movie adaptation, “The Da Vinci Code,” for a number of misconceptions about Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).


Art: Art and the outlaw

Caravaggio was an original bad-boy artist

Aficionados love to gossip about artists’ bad behavior over plastic cups of wine.


Art: Bravery, beauty depicted in ‘Women and War’

Ann Stewart Anderson’s “Women and War” opens with the diptych “Remains 1” and “Remains 2,” mirror images that show an anonymous ancient Greek woman s


Art: The secret country

Exhibit puts rural culture on display

By the time Derby is over, most of us are pretty tired of having to explain ourselves to outsiders.


Art: Haunted by the art

Michelle Amos and Todd C. Smith collaborate for Zephyr Gallery exhibit

Even before Michelle Amos opened up her new installation at Zephyr Gallery, people were trying to get in.


Art: Wherefore art thou horses and hats?

A roundup of Derby-related exhibits

You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink bourbon.


Art: Carnegie pays tribute to women sculptors

Imagine a white room full of objects arranged as reverently as monuments in a gothic cemetery: A metal pole as tall as a person holding an armload of glass orbs like a cluster of suspended po


Fake Issue: ‘Impressionist Landscapes’ exhibit is a blurry, sloppy mess

“Landscape is nothing but an impression,” said Claude Monet, “and an instantaneous one.”


Art: Slugger Museum playing the field with Rockwell exhibit

The Louisville Slugger Museum has always been primarily about baseball, but the “Norman Rockwell: Sports” exhibit, which opens Saturday, takes the Louisville mainstay a step furth