Gelato, the yummy Italian ice cream, is a perfect end to a day of painting or sightseeing. The flavors are scrumptious making the most difficult task one of selection. For info, visit our website at www.italianpaintingadventures.com
Rural Italy is a paradise for painters. The landscapes are breathtaking. The city scenes are unlike anything you can find here in the U.S. And, between painting (or instead of painting), you can enjoy the wonderful Italian food and the sweet life that is Italy. Join me in May or September 2018 for an Italian Painting Adventure. For more info, visit our Facebook page, Italian Painting Adventures, or our website at www.italianpaintingadventures.com. Ciao.
As many of you know, rural Italy is the home of my heart. I spent many years living and working in this area and have taken hundreds of people on tours there to paint, sightsee, shop, eat, drink and absorb the local culture--just to enjoy la dolce vita "the sweet life" that is prevalent in this part of the world. Next year, I will be taking two groups--one in May and on in September, in my opinion the best times to go. These trips are designed for both painters and non-painters and there is always something for everyone to enjoy. If you are a Facebook user, go to our p
The fiber art of Karen Million will be on display June 9, 2017 from 5-8 pm in the exhibit "Peace in the Pieces". This exhibit, one of the Creative Art League's June Gallery Walk venues, will be displayed at Gullette & Grayson, 125 S. Main St., in downtown Nicholasville. Enjoy an evening downtown and view this and the other exhibits, watch sidewalk demonstrations and more. The Gallery Walks are sponsored by the Nicholasville Tourism Commission.
"Impermanence of Knowledge: Drive Not Found"--photography by Gregory Davis will be on display at the Polvino Family Art Center, 109 S. Main, Nicholasville, Kentucky through June 30, 2017. The opening reception is Friday, June 9, 2017 from 5:00-8:00 pm.
Join us Friday, June 9, 2017 from 5:00-8:00 pm to view the paintings of five artists from Venezuela in the exhibit "Art of Venezuela". This exhibit is one of the Creative Art League's Gallery Walk venues. The exhibit is in the back gallery of the Polvino Family Art Center, 109 S. Main in downtown Nicholasville. Beautiful and interesting work.
Bill Jones, an artist of many mediums, will have his newest work on display Friday, June 9 from 5-8 pm at the Jessamine County Law Library at 109 N. Main in downtown Nicholasville. This body of work stretches beyond merely using the paintbrush as the tool for applying color to the surface. Stop by, meet Bill and see what cool things he is doing. This exhibit is part of the second 2017 Gallery Walk and is sponsored by the Nicholasville Tourism Commission.
The colorful paintings of Lexington artist, Maria Bowen, will be on display during the Friday, June 9th, Gallery Walk. These paintings can be viewed at the Old Jail, 200 South Main in downtown Nicholasville--one of the regular Gallery Walk venues. The Gallery Walk is 5:00-8:00 and is a great time to come downtown Nicholasville.