In her 8th decade, Paducah painter Jane Bright opens her first solo show at Ruth Baggett Gallery this Saturday. "Jane Bright Landscapes" runs June 7 through July 4 at 1025 Jefferson in Paducah. There's an opening reception Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. Kate speaks with Bright on Sounds Good.
Murray State art professor and local artist Dale Leys joins Kate Lochte on Sounds Good to talk about his exhibition titled, "Dale Leys: A 40 Year Retrospective," opening at The Yeiser Art Center, Maiden Alley Cinema, and Ruth Baggett's Gallery 1025 this weekend (October 5, 2013), through November 2. The works display Leys' live and experience as an artist living and teaching in western Kentucky and his travels abroad over the decades. See a great article with more information and photos at ilistpaducah.com.
Ruth Baggett's 1025 Gallery in Paducah's LowerTown hosts an exhibit merging prints and animation - connecting artists from Philadelphia to Paris. Claire Fouquet was studying math in Paris before she discovered the art of animation which she now teaches at the Ecole Superior de l'Image in Poitiers. Printmaker Patty Smith is on faculty at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. They give an artists' talk at 3 p.m. tomorrow (September 14) in the gallery and we get a preview with Kate Lochte.
"Centering the Circle: Ceramic Works by Craig Rhodes and Chase Gamblin" has an opening reception at the Ruth Baggett Gallery at 1025 Jefferson in Paducah from 4 to 8 pm. Rhodes and Gamblin join Kate Lochte on Sounds Good to tell us about their work in porcelain and stoneware and how their exhibition came together. See more at Ruth Baggett's Facebook page.
Artist Ursula Schneider has an extensive resume with showings and exhibitions in major cities across the U.S. She’s also a recipient of a major National Endowment for the Arts grant. She has an exhibit opening at the Ruth Baggett Gallery in Paducah this weekend. Schneider grew up in Switzerland and attended college there, she then traveled to the U.S. to earn an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. To learn more listen above to Chad Lampe's interview with Schneider.