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Photographs from Cuba by Carlos Gamez de Francisco

Depicting the next generation of Cubans apparently dressed in sumptuous costumes, the models in this series symbolize the relationship of past and present using everyday objects to stage their portraits. The photographs explore the meaning of power and beauty by using re-purposed objects to depict minorities. They are also about expanding the meaning of power [...]

Bob Lockhart and Michael Rohde – SPIRITED MEDITATIONS

Award winning artists Bob Lockhart and Michael Rohde have had extensive careers teaching and exhibiting and their works can be found in museums and private collections across the county. While both embrace the use of color, Bob’s drawings and ceramic creatures present with a sense of exuberant melancholy. Michael’s weavings defer to a sense of [...]

PATRICIA BALDWIN SEGGEBRUCH Murmur: An Encaustic Installation

PATRICIA BALDWIN SEGGEBRUCH Artist, author and instructor. Simplify, multiply, repeat…the propelling mantra that started with a group of 144 4”x4” encaustic panels and grew to 3000. A desire to reduce the noise of life and focus in. A desire to create harmony in the meditation of repetition. This exhibition is a large scale installation with [...]

MIX IT UP!

Join us for our annual summer show MIX IT UP! Opening Reception - Friday, July 19th, 5-8 pm for Gallery Hop. Featuring artists: Patrick Adams, Cheryl Chapman, Marcia Cone, Jaime Corum, Sabra Crockett, Laurie Doctor, Larry Forgard, Carlos Gamez de Francisco, Angie Reed Garner, Joyce Garner, Rodney Hatifled, Philip High, Lesley Humphrey, Shawn Marshall, Felipe Molina, [...]

PATRICK ADAMS: TRACES

A trace, a line, a suggestion… the superimposed layers of human interaction with the landscape are the muses that define Lexington artist, Patrick Adams. Drawn to the profound beauty of southeastern France known as the Vaucluse, this current body of work is an extension of his early landscapes and a departure to a freer less [...]

NOT A DAY WITHOUT A LINE: Two Years of Introspection by Two Friends

“not so much looking for the shape as being available to any shape that may be summoning itself through me from the self not mine but ours.” ― A.R. Ammons Artists and teachers Laurie Doctor and Martin Erspamer, OSB, have come together to explore their mutual sense of artistic curiosity. Working together sparked new forms [...]

WE’RE CLOSING FOR OUR WINTER HOLIDAY December 24th through February 10th, 2020

Once again, we’ll be closing for our annual winter holiday beginning at 3:00 pm on December 24th and we'll reopen on Tuesday, February 12th at noon. If you need to contact us during this time, please text or call 859-489-1454 and leave a message.  We’ll return your call as quickly as possible. ...wishing everyone HAPPY and SAFE [...]

Carlos Gamez de Francisco Haute Couture

Garnering numerous awards, Carlos Gamez de Francisco is quickly becoming a significant voice in today’s art world. His work has been collected by private individuals and corporations around the world. After receiving the SAIC Distinguished Scholarship at the Art Institute of Chicago he finished his formal training in 2016. Since then his technical skill and [...]

PORTOFINO COLLECTION – February 3rd through March 7th, 2021

New Editions Gallery 500 West Short StreetLexington,

PORTOFINO COLLECTION Take home memories of the iconic Portofino Restaurant art collection. A favorite of downtown Lexington dining for 20 years. Wayne and Susan Masterman are retiring and selling their fabulous collection. You will see works by Patric Adams, Steve Armstrong, Gary Bower, Robert James Foose, Susan Masterman, Lennon Michalski, Bob Morgan, Joe Molinaro, Lina [...]

Mindscapes – oil paintings by David Stenulson

New Editions Gallery 500 West Short StreetLexington,

Delving into the immaterial realm of spirit, this body of work by David Stenulson explores his desire to engage with the sacred through aesthetic composition and contemplation. Beginning with direct observation of nature, the series quickly evolved from pure landscape to an internal exploration of the artist’s own desire to see beyond what he was [...]