Lexington Art League
Exhibit Description
Bluegrass Printmakers - Matrix Revealed| January 20 - March 10;; Interface: Technology and Portraiture - curated by Sydney Mullins | January 20 - March 10;; Hannah Allen - In the Field | January 20 - March 10;; Ben LaFever - Psychopomp | January 20 - March 3;; Debra Booker - Buried Treasures: Abstract Collage for the Here and Now | January 20 - March 3
Company / Organization
Lexington Art League
Venue Description
The Lexington Art League creates opportunities for Lexington area artists and those who appreciate their work. We do this by presenting an engaging and diverse exhibition program, sponsoring public events, providing arts education, and creating productive partnerships with other individuals and organizations. The Loudoun House is the Lexington Art League's historic home and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of only five remaining castellated Gothic Revival villas left in the United States designed by New York architect A. J. Davis. ​The Loudoun House is now owned by the city of Lexington and has been the Lexington Art League's administrative and curatorial home since 1984.
209 Castlewood Drive
Hours of Operation
Wednesday-Saturday 12-5pm
Contact Name
Faville Donahue
Galleries and Museums participating in the 2021 LexArts HOP.