Art: A portrait of endless interpretations

Daniel Pfalzgraf gathers Louisville’s top artists for his premiere exhibit

Daniel Pfalzgraf had a good idea (I’m sure he’s had plenty, but we’re only going to talk about this one): a portrait exhibition with local “all-star” artists.


Feature: A life less ordinary

In extracting the romantic and strange from everyday life, Louisville artist Kathleen Lolley has garnered worldwide acclaim

Call it through the looking glass. Call it whimsical folk art.


Art: Off Broadway, on Frankfort

Spot 5 makes space for emerging artists

If you’re in search of emerging artists or art in Louisville, look no further than Spot 5 gallery.


The writing on the stall

A funny thing happened while I was hovering over the toilet in a filthy public restroom the other day.


Art: A glimpse inside Tut’s Tomb

Kentucky Center for African American Heritage opens first exhibit

I have good news and bad news.

Art: News Bits

The Speed Art Museum ( has new hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Fri


Art: Meditative space for The Healing Place

Miya Ando in Louisville

Last fall, as the darker hours of the day stretched longer and longer, Miya Ando started making weeklong trips from her Brooklyn home to The Healing Place, an alcoholism and addiction recovery faci


Art: Not all is transparent in Debra Clem’s world

'Transparency' exhibit opens Friday

Look up “transparent” in the dictionary, and it always comes back to light — admitting the passage of light, permitting light to pass through, etc.

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Art: Louisville artists score big at ‘Water Tower Regional’

Pat yourself on the back, Louisville — you done good.

Art: News Bits

The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft ( will host the Annual Artist Potluck Dinner on Thursday,