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Vivian Hyelim Kim

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.

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Susan Maakestad

Susan Maakestad was a recipient of a National Endowment for the Art fellowship from Arts Midwest in 1988. She has been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her work has been included in the national publication “New American Paintings and The Painting Center in New York’s on […]

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T. Jackson

T. Jackson

I paint expressive portraits of people that both emote with physiognomy and paint application. Over the last year I have learned to begin to see paint not only as a medium but also as the subject.  Paint can have its own narrative and history and create mood as much as a landscape or figure. I hope to […]

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Jane Angelheart

Jane Angelhart

Inspired by the realization that I dream of living in Paducah, I am going to illustrate all of my dreams while there. I’ll ask the artists in the community to keep a written record of their dreams for at least a month, too. Then I’ll lead a group session at which we’ll each paint a […]

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Niki Litts

Niki Litts

Niki Litts is an artist from North Carolina who works in many media. She has a very strong background in non profit community arts management and is committed to the mission of these types of organizations. A community with a thriving arts scene is a vibrant healthy community. As an artist and as an arts administrator, […]

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Corinne Spielewoy

Corinne Spielewoy

Originally published on iList Paducah. It’s not every day that you meet someone in Tunisia and follow him back to Paducah. But that’s exactly what the gorgeous Swiss artist with the heartbreakingly charming French accent Corinne Spielewoy did. Spielewoy, originally from France, was in Tunisia earlier this year when she met LowerTown artist Paul Lorenz at an international art show. […]

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