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Citywide Y’Art Sale featuring local artists set for Saturday; benefits go to UK Art Museum

Is someone else’s junk your idea of treasure? Wonder what kind of tchotchkes artists have in their homes?

Y’all here’s your chance to find out. Stop by 16 homes and workspaces of Lexington’s most creative types as part of the University of Kentucky Art Museum and Robbie Morgan’s citywide Y’Art Sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23.

The sale will go on, rain or shine.

Participants in this first Y’Art Sale will include notable artists, educators and patrons around Lexington. The sale will feature the more traditional to unusual yard sale items: furniture, collectibles, appliances, bric-a-brac, electronics, kid’s items and fashion, alongside original works of art, art supplies, etc.

“We love the idea of art enthusiasts and bargain hunters driving around town, engaging with creative individuals and finding things they just can’t live without,” Morgan said.

A portion of all Y’Art Sale proceeds will help support the UK Art Museum’s free admission policy.

The sale participants representing eight Lexington zip codes are:

Rebecca Lipscomb Rudd and Billy Rudd, 437 Culpepper Rd.
Dave Elbon and Julie Pauly, 145 Winston Ave.
Rae Goodwin, 114 Venice Park
Mike McKay and Liz Swanson, 601 Arcadia Park
Amelia and Hunter Stamps, 117 Elam Park
Kurt Gohde and Kate Sprengnether, 145 Westgate Dr.
Mike Stutland, 1523 Port Royal Dr.
Meghan Carroll, 132 Burnett Ave.
Alicia Tighe Cox and Blake Cox, 113 Goodrich Ave.
UK Art Museum, at Singletary Center for the Arts, 405 Rose St.
Blake Snyder Eames and Claudia Michler/Blake Eames Design, 440 Old Vine St.
Pat Gerhard and friends/Third Street Stuff & Coffee, 257 North Limestone
Jerielle Hanlon, 431 West Second St.
Edd MacKey, 161 North Mill St., Studio 3
Beth Hellebusch and Dean Langdon, 703 Franklin Ave. and
Wyn Mörris and Vicki Sword, 147 Forest Ave.

The mission of the UK Art Museum, part of the UK College of Fine Arts, is to promote the understanding and appreciation of art to enhance the quality of life for people of Kentucky through collecting, exhibiting, preserving and interpreting outstanding works of visual art from all cultures.

Home to a collection of approximately 5,000 objects including American and European paintings, drawings, photographs, prints and sculpture, the Art Museum at UK presents both special exhibitions and shows of work from its permanent collection.

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