Young at Art Show

The “Young at Art” show is over but the memory will last.  The show included the work of  young artists, from kindergarten through middle school. We also had four schools participating in the exhibit!    The Berea Arts Council’s goal in organizing this exhibit is to encourage young people to make art a part of their life. “This show is a wonderful venue for kids to get involved in the arts in a...
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Give the Gift of Original Art!

Our annual exhibit of Original Art …Original Gift was a wonderful success!  The annual show gies holiday shoppers an opportunity to purchase original art at an affordable price!  To take a look back at the artwork for sale, visit our photo gallery!  Photos were taken by Bob Bagley of Bag End Studio. A huge thank you to our sponsors of this exhibit – Barbara Prairie, Delta Natural...
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The Book Transformed Exhibit

The “Book Transformed” exhibit in the fall of 2017 featured creative altered or transformed books.  Artists selected their choice of a printed book to transform.  There was the understanding that the final transformation still referred in some way to the original book or text.  We had 27 creative expressions! The image above is an image transfer using an old hymnal book.  It is by...
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Winners at Quilts with a Kick

The Quilt with a Kick Exhibit is judged by local fiber artists with winners advancing to the next stage of the American Quilter’s Society Show.  Eight winners were selected to advance,with two alternates:   First Place: Moroccan Spice Market – Paige Hoogerheide Second Place:  De Colores – Delores Fegan Third Place:  An Apple a Day – Debbie Lewis Poole Fourth Place:  Sea...
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Quilts with a Kick!

Another wonderful exhibit with the Quilt Artists of Kentucky, “Quilts with a Kick.  Sixteen amazing quilt artists participated.   The challenge for the quilters was “FOOD”.  To view photos of the quilts that were in the exhibit, visit our photo gallery!  Our thanks to Bob Bagley of Bag End Studio for photographing the quilts! Our sponsors for this exhibit were: Sew-A-Lot,...
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“FOLK ART From Kentucky and the South” Exhibit

“FOLK ART From Kentucky and the South- from the collection of Larry Hackley” Exhibit.  Larry Hackley is an amazing collector and shared over 100 pieces of his collection!  We had work by some of the top folk art artists in the country, such as Howard Finster,  Edd Lambdin, and Minnie Adkins!  The work above is by Carl McKenzie. To see a sample of the artwork from the exhibit, visit...
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