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Seventeen Kentucky artists will have work displayed in Capitol Annex during legislative session

The work of 17 Kentucky artists will grace the hallways of the Capitol Annex during the legislative session. The Kentucky Arts Council exhibit “Kentucky Visions at the Capitol” will be on display 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, through April 6 at the Annex. The exhibit features 55 individual pieces by Kentucky Crafted artists, Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship recipients and members...

Bright colors, history and all sorts of artistic mediums are on display in the Capitol Annex

“Kentucky Moonrise” by Alexey Stiop of Georgetown (Photo provided)   The hallways of the Capitol Annex are vibrant with art, as “Kentucky Visions at the Capitol” is on exhibit through March 30.   The annual Kentucky Arts Council exhibit features 56 pieces of artwork by 20 Kentucky artists, including three Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship recipients and 17 artists...

Kentucky Visions at the Capitol brings workof 24 state artists to the General Assembly

Works by 24 Kentucky artists are on display now through April 18 in the offices of the Kentucky General Assembly and in the hallways of the Capitol Annex as the Kentucky Arts Council presents Kentucky Visions at the Capitol, an annual exhibit.   The exhibit coincides with the annual session of the Kentucky General Assembly and features 63 works of art from artists across the Commonwealth. Four...