FRANKFORT, Ky. — A special display of work by Kentucky artists who create architectural elements, sculptures, custom-made fixtures and uniquely crafted installations for residential and commercial spaces will be prominently featured at the 38th Annual Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show.
The Kentucky Arts Council's exhibit will feature work by 15 architectural artists at the show, April 4-7, at Heritage Hall in the Lexington Convention Center.
"The arts council is excited to be participating again in the Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show," said Lori Meadows, arts council executive director. "We have put together an excellent selection of architectural artworks that will really showcase the level of talent that can be found among Kentucky's architectural artists today."
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 & Flower Show:
- Don Ament, Lexington
- Dan Neil Barnes, Lexington
- Cynthia Carr, Harrodsburg
- Patrick Dougherty, Wilder
- Char Downs, Paducah
- Teresa Howard, Middlesboro
- Guy Kemper, Versailles
- Ben Mansur, Cynthiana
- Karine and Matthew Maynard, Lawrenceburg
- Albert Nelson, Louisville
- Melvin Rowe, Louisville
- Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, Lexington
- David Shadwick, Wilmore
- Mark Whitley, Smiths Grove
- James Williams, Elizabethtown
Artists listed in the Architectural Artists Directory are available for custom installations and commissions from private, commercial and corporate clients. View the artist roster online and see their works at http://artistdirectory.ky.gov/Pages/ArchitecturalArtistDirectory.aspx.
For more information about the 38th Annual Central Kentucky Home, Garden & Flower Show, visit http://www.ckyhomeshow.com/index.htm.
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.
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