Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center
Exhibit Title
City Gallery - Planning Documents: A Study in the Ways of Seeing
Exhibit Description
December 9th, 2022- February 3rd, 2023. Guest curator and metals artist Andrew Light’s exhibition, Planning Documents explores the habituation of his interests in a variety of materials and themes. From plant and animal forms, geology or geography, architecture and industrial design, there is a space for the fantastic in each of them. Over time these have coalesced into a personal lexicon of forms and composition. While none of these items are destined for the workbench, they represent a type of source code, informing, expanding, and encouraging perceptions of the possible. As a visual artist it is endlessly engaging to revisit these interests, as they mingle with other aspects of studio practice. In transmuting their origins, they become wholly new, imagined circumstances. Light’s inclination for visual note taking extends to extemporaneous image making, facilitated by his personal camera. This exhibition is a love letter to materials and their endless possibilities. .............................................................................................................................................................................. Community Gallery (2nd Floor) -Unscripted: Places Seen and Places Dreamed. January 12- March 4th, 2023. Three retired Lexington architects, Graham Pohl, Charles Jolly, and Duane Culp showcase their painting and sculptures that represent reflections of individual experience and imagination. .............................................................................................................................................................................. Children and Youth Gallery (2nd Floor)- Fledgling Voices. January 6th-March 4th. The CYG's first show, Fledgling Voices, is now on view until March 4th! Redwood Cooperative School K-8th grade students created artwork inspired by John James Audubon’s book, Birds of America. The students' work demonstrates a cross-curricular study of both the artistic and scientific principles involved in Audubon’s work.
Company / Organization
Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center
Address
141 E. Main St.
Lexington
KY
US
40507
Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Saturday- 11-5PM, Friday – 11-8PM
Contact Name
Celeste Lewis
Telephone
859-425-2550
Galleries and Museums participating in the 2021 LexArts HOP.