1141 South Fourth Street, Louisville Ky
January 18 to March 22, 2013
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm
Opening Reception January 18 5:30 to 9pm
Artists: Elmer Lucille Allen, Julie Baldyga, Charlotte Browning, Katherine Corcoran, Mary Craik, Wendy Currier, Debra Lott, Sarah Lyon, Judy Mudd, and Madonna Wilson
Karen Hoyt, UPS Aircraft Mechanic, Reno, Nevada
Churchill Downs tunnel, for Louisville Magazine Underground issue, October 2012
Retrospect: Celebrating 50 years of the UofL Photographic Archives
Cressman Center Gallery
100 E. Main Street, Louisville KY
September 7 – October 13, 2012
Reception: September 7, 2012 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Next Door, Stephen’s Studio 2
Available for viewing 40″x40″ at Gifthorse
805 East Market Street, Louisville Ky
photo by Elena Dorfman
Friday, February 24
216 S Shelby St, Louisville, KY
This month’s Food For Thought: After Dark features photographer Sarah Lyon. Food and cocktail samples will be provided by Garage Bar, wine samples by Taste Fine Wine and Spirits, desserts by Please and Thank You and special gift from Peace of the Earth. Reservations are suggested and admission is $10.
The Louisville Visual Arts Association’s Food for Thought After Dark program brings an insider’s view on visual art to the community. This monthly event takes place at various locations in the community during the evening hours. Each month, you have the opportunity to experience an intimate discussion with a select local artist while enjoying local food and beverages from restaurants and business specific to the neighborhood where the event takes place. louisvillevisualart.org/food
Limited ticket availability-Admission costs are $10; call Keith Waits at 502.896.2146 x 100 to get your ticket today, or pay at the door.
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES, NEW ARTWORK BY JOEL MCDONALD AND SARAH LYON, TO BE EXHIBITED AT ZEPHYR GALLERY
JANUARY 6 TO FEBURARY 11, 2012
OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY JANUARY 6
5 TO 9PM
610 EAST MARKET STREET
Hours 11am to 6pm, Wednesday to Saturday
Artists Joel McDonald and Sarah Lyon explore the theme of Autobiographies with an amalgam of drawing, photography, and sculpture in a new exhibit at Zephyr Gallery from January 6 to February 11, 2012.
Magic plays a role in both artists’ work in this concurrent solo exhibition. Sarah creates a 9-ft wall sculpture purging her of the need to make art, while Joel plays off the fictional Necronomicon to question who we really are in a triptych composed of large drawings, altars, Canopic jars, and a plant. Upstairs in the gallery, Sarah’s stark color photographs depict recent places she’s been, in a domestic setting and in the landscape. On the first floor, Joel’s brainstorms in ink and acrylic show what happens when you brood.
“My main theme is autobiography and identity through fiction. The story we create that defines us, how we view reality, and how we interact with the world.” — Joel McDonald
Target Practice, archival pigment prints in 4x5 film holders
Western Landscapes, Bomb Sites, and Target Practice Off the Grid
artwork by Sarah Lyon
Artist Reception Friday, October 14
216 South Shelby Street (at Market Street)
Louisville, Ky 40202
In conjunction with the Louisville Photo Biennial
Wendover Vacation Installation at Salvo Collective
During the summer of 2011, I took a trip to visit the Wendover Residence Program in Wendover, Utah. Continue reading
To be viewed in its entirety at Zephyr Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky, January 2012.
(motorcycle not included)