Sandro Tiberi, Master Papermaker from Fabriano, Italy, arrived at Barkley Regional Airport on April 11 for a weeklong whirlwind residency at Pinecone Gallery, 421 N. 7th Street in Lower Town. An expert in the manufacture of handmade paper, Tiberi is a lecturer and consultant in the development of laboratories for the production of handmade paper. […]
Christina Laurel left her hometown of Greenville, South Carolina for a month-long residency in Paducah in Fall 2014. Central to her residency was the development of paper “components” for use in a suspended installation. While working on her Paducah project at Pinecone Gallery in the LowerTown Arts District of Paducah, her studio and resident space, […]
As the daughter of artistic parents, Nepo-Steildorf expresses herself in many ways though her art. From her early childhood, she has always felt at home with figures, structures, textures and colors. Her versatile work includes sculptures in ceramic, bronze, plexiglass, and stone as well as installations. Her involvement with the human form comes from a […]
On the heels of the Olympics, Yushko and Bondar arrived in Paducah on March 3, 2013, for a month-long residency. Yushko is a freelance photographer who has been working in professional journalism since 2006. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Mare Magazine (Germany), Guardian (UK), Russian Reporter, Esquire and Financial Times […]
Museum curator and printmaker/fiber artist from Innsbruck, Austria, Melkonyan-Mayr made two treks to Paducah as part of the program.
Eli Blasko is a mixed media visual artist based in Mercer Pennsylvanian. Blasko was selected as an artist-in-residence during the NEA grant year and stayed in Paducah during the month of January 2013.
Painter, paper and fiber artist Vivian Hyelim Kim, a Korean native currently living in New York presented her colorful intricate paper patterned 3-D installation at A.I.R. Studio, 621 Madison Street in the LowerTown Arts District on Wednesday, December 26, 2012, from 4-7 PM.
October 1 – November 17, 2012
November 19th – November 30th
Eugenia Maximova was born in Ruse, Bulgaria. She graduated The University of Vienna, reading journalism and communication science. Eugenia Maximova first became interested in photography in 2005 after the sudden death of her mother, a recognized Bulgarian painter. “Looking through the viewer and pressing the camera button helped me to escape the harrowing reality of […]