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Kentucky Market

Come to The Kentucky Market,
free and open to the public

The Kentucky Arts Council and the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea present The Kentucky Market July 10-12, a curated selection of artwork and specialty items handcrafted in the Commonwealth. The Kentucky Market is part of the Southern Legislative Conference, held every year in a southern state.

Visitors will find art for the home and office, jewelry and other wearables, toys and dolls, pottery and kitchen items, bath products, gourmet food items, books and music by Kentucky writers and musicians, and more!

The Kentucky Market is located in the Lexington Convention Center’s third floor lobby at the High Street entrance, and will be open to the public 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 10, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 11, and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. July 12.

Kentucky Crafted artists who will participate include:

Richard Adams, London, wood   Christine Kuhn, Lexington, painting
Roger Ballard, Versailles, photography   Judy Kushner, Georgetown, wearable fibers
Pat Banks, Richmond, painting   Jeffrey Lambert, Sandy Hook, stringed instruments
Tom Blanck, Nicholasville, wood   Walter Lay, Louisville, stringed instruments
Bluegrass Oakwood, Somerset, wood   Tracy Leasor, Louisville, fibers
Leslie Bowers, Louisville, bath products   Karen Martin, Henderson, baskets
Bob Brigl, Bowling Green, ceramics   Warren May, Berea, stringed instruments
Patricia Brock, Louisville, photography   Jennifer McLamb, Lexington, jewelry
Marianne Brown, Lawrenceburg, ceramics   Alyssa Middleton, Hillview, bath products
Catherine Bryant, Louisville, painting   Peggy Modjeski, Louisville, fibers
Traci Cassilly, Louisville, fibers   James “Joey” O’Brian, Louisa, wood
Robbie Deane Cherry, Louisville, jewelry   Anthony Parrish, Winchester, wood
Julie Warren Conn, Lexington, sculpture   Brenda Plaster, Lawrenceburg, fibers
Lynn Dunbar, Louisville, painting   Mary Rezny, Lexington, photography
Anne Elliott, Stamping Ground, ceramics   Cathy Ridge, Prospect, wearable fibers
Mark Eubank, Eubank, stringed instruments   Lacey Roberts, Frankfort, fibers
Linda Fifield, McKee, mixed media   Walter Roycraft, Nicholasville, photography
Bruce Frank, Georgetown, photography   Rachel Savane, Lexington, jewelry
Lindsay E. Frost, Louisville, wood   Carol Shutt, Hillsboro, photography
Judy Geagley, Tollesboro, dolls   Sarah Spradlin, Paris, painting
Bob Gibson, Lawrenceburg, wood   Nora Swanson, Berea, jewelry
Debbie Graviss, Midway, painting   Dave Tucker, Louisville, bourbon barrel furniture
Sarah Havens, Louisville, wearable fibers   Tonya Vance, Lexington, fibers
Shirley Jeter, Lexington, painting   Susan Vanstone, Richmond, jewelry
Eugene King, Stanton, wood   Martha Wetter, Versailles, jewelry
Debra Klopp Kersey, Corbin, dolls
  Laverne Zabielski, Monticello, wearable fibers


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