Now open again!
July 2nd - August 21st: Carol Brenner Tobe- Landscapes
Opening reception: July 2, 2021
August 27th - September 10th: Gracie Koesters- What does it mean to be a woman?
Opening reception: August 27, 2021
September 17th- October 30th: Louisville Photo Biennial- Kristin Warning and Kimara Wilhite
Art Alley- David Becker Prints on Metal
Opening reception: October 1, 2021
November 12- January 1st: Cheryl Ulrich-Barnett- Lost and Found
Opening reception: November 12, 2021
January 7- February 19, 2022: Rex Lagerstrom
Rescheduled Opening Reception: January 8, 2022, 1-3 PM
February 25- April 9, 2022: Mike Ratterman Sculptures
Art Alley- Rosemarie Bernardi Print Murals
Opening Reception: February 25, 2022
April 15- May 27, 2022: Willi Hans Koesters In Retrospect
Opening Reception: April 15, 2022
June 3- July 16, 2022: TBD
July 22- September 2, 2022: Wendi Smith- Ceremonials
Opening Reception: July 22, 2022
October 21- November 12: Kent Epler
Opening Reception: October 21
2021-2022 Exhibit Schedule
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Virtual Show and Shop now open!
We have added a shop feature to our website! The shop will serve as a virtual show, as well as a way to purchase pieces from our past exhibit, Lost and Found by Cheryl Ulrich-Barnett, as well as our current exhibit, January Nocturns by Rex Lagerstrom. You can find the shop by going to our "More" tab at the top of the homepage or by clicking the button below!
We are not accepting online payments at this time. If you want to purchase a piece, please call Julie Schweitzer at (502)-649-3320 during gallery hours (Thurs- Fri 12-5 PM, Sat 1-3 PM).
Sales tax (0.7%) and shipping will be added during checkout. Shipping will vary based on each individual piece. Please call for more information.
Dates: January 7- February 19, 2022
Rescheduled Opening Reception: Saturday, January 8, 2022, 1-3 PM
Please join us for this fabulous exhibit by local artist and retired doctor, Rex
Lagerstrom. Lagerstrom's work explores multiple media and employs archetypal images and themes. Lagerstrom explains "At my fifth birthday I announced to my parents that I was going to grow up and be "a doctor and a painter". It's been a bit of a journey since then but I've done the best that I can to live up to that pronouncement." Lagerstrom believes that everything we do in this life should be done with the intent of bringing comfort and healing into the world and feels incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to live out of his childhood dream. He spent a lot of time during his childhood exploring forests and streams and was completely taken by the beauty and peace of nature. His entire color palette comes from those earliest explorations. His work aims to convey a sense of peace and comfort, while he deeply respects the work of artists who use their talents to challenge or educate their audiences, that's not what interests Lagerstrom. He says "There is so much turmoil and suffering in the world around us, I'm interested in providing a moment of peace and reflection."
Please note the change in reception date. Due to inclement weather, the opening reception has been rescheduled for Saturday, January 8, 2022 from 1-3 PM.
Come see our new Art Alley!
We have a brand new Art Alley located right next to the gallery! On exhibit opening nights, extra pieces are hung on the walls for patrons to view in a socially distanced, COVID safe manner.
The Art Alley features our house band The Third Street Garage Band! Tables and chairs are also available for those who wish to stay and enjoy the art and music a little longer.
Mike Ratterman Sculptures
Dates: February 25 - April 9, 2022
Opening Reception: February 25, 2022, 5:30-7:30 PM
Rosemarie Bernardi Paste Up Print Exhibit
On display in the Art Alley from February 25 - April 9, 2022
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Willi H. Koesters In Retrospect
April 15, 2022 - May 27, 2022
Opening reception: Friday, April 15, 2022, 5:30-7:30 PM
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Dates: July 22 - September 2, 2022
Opening reception: July 22, 2022, 5:30-7:30 PM
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