Gallery Hop: How Small a Thing Can Be Pleasing: Contemporary Botanical Art by Kentucky Artists
This exhibition will celebrate the pleasures and awe that are often created when we look deeply into the natural world. We will view flora and fauna as depicted by Kentucky artists who find unique beauty and character in roots, seeds, flowers, and foliage, and we will identify the different ways that artists depict the structure and anatomy of plants through the artistry of their photographs, paintings, drawings, and more.
FRI APRIL 19 |5 - 8 PM| Exhibit continues through May 25
Created by Heather
362 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Lexington, KY 40508
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