Kentucky Arts Council presents architectural artists at Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show

FRANKFORT, KY – April 6, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Visitors to the 37th Annual Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show will have the opportunity to see the work of artists who create architectural elements, sculptures, custom-made fixtures and uniquely crafted installations for residential and commercial interior and exterior spaces. The Kentucky Arts Council’s exhibit of architectural artists will be prominently featured at the show, April 12-15, in Heritage Hall, Lexington Convention Center.

Exhibiting artists have been accepted into the Kentucky Arts Council’s Architectural Artists Directory based on artistic excellence and an established history of working on special projects and installations with private clients, home builders, architects and interior designers.

The following artists will be represented at the Central Kentucky Home, Garden and Flower Show:

Dan Neil Barnes

Dan Neil Barnes Studio

Lexington

 

Laura Hallock

Hallock Stained Glass

Lexington

 

Teresa Howard

Glass from the Avenue

Middlesboro

 

Craig Kaviar

Kaviar Forge and Gallery

Louisville

 

Laura and Scot Kellersberger

Phoenix Creative Metal Art

Salvisa

 

Ben Mansur

Southern Star Custom Doors

Cynthiana

 

Karine and Matthew Maynard

Maynard Studios

Lawrenceburg

 

Michael McCarthy

Trinity Designs LLC

Louisville

 

Laura Mentor

Richmond

 

Marsha Nelson

Cold Spring

 

Melvin Rowe

Pottery Rowe

Louisville

 

David Shadwick

Pod’s Forge

Wilmore

 

 

The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, creates opportunities for Kentuckians to value, participate in and benefit from the arts. Kentucky Arts Council funding is provided by the Kentucky General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Contact:
Ed Lawrence
Communications Director
502-564-3757, ext. 473
ed.lawrence (at) ky (dot) gov

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