Exhibition Calendar

CURRENT AND UPCOMING

John Paul Kesling, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. Acrylic, charcoal, graphite, pigment on canvas, 20x16in, 2021. Painting. WheelHouse Art.

JOHN PAUL KESLING, WHY DO ANYTHING?

January 28 - March 12, 2022            

 

Cynthia Kelly Overall landscape painting at WheelHouse Art

CYNTHIA KELLY OVERALLThe Divinity of All Creatures, Great and Small    

March 25 - May 7, 2022          

 

TERI DRYDEN    

May 20 - July 2, 2022             

 

COLLEEN MERRILL      

July 15 - August 27, 2022                

 

STEPHEN BROWN 

September 9 - October 22, 2022               

 

ROBYN GIBSON  

November 4 - December 24, 2022             

 

WHEELHOUSE ART GROUP SHOW 

January 6 - February 18, 2023          

 

MING YING HONG

March 3 - April 15, 2023                  

 

LIZ PRICE  

April 28 - June 10, 2023         

 

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

 

 Martin Rollins, E. East Kentucky St., Artwork landscape oil pastel on paper. WheelHouse Art

MARTIN ROLLINS, HERE TO THERE

December 3, 2021 - January 15, 2022                

Martin Rollins is known primarily for his oil pastels, but he also works with gouache, ink, and acrylic paint to create urban and rural scenes based on landscapes found in and around Louisville, Kentucky. Regardless of what media he uses from one piece to another, Rollins consistently employs richly saturated color and a wide range of surface quality on his images of domestic architecture, parks, and open vistas of streets and roads.

"The title of this exhibit Here to There references the internal journey of my artistic process from bringing what is percolating within in me creatively to what is realized on the surface of these respective artworks. Yes, I am most certainly inspired by light, color, or mood of something I observe in the world – but initial impressions are at the very least married, if not eclipsed, by what they evoke in me or what happens when the artwork is underway.

Although the assembled works in this exhibition are distinctly varied, they are connected through a certain point-of-view in each work – so in looking from one place to another set-place there is also a visual dynamic of “from here to there”."

MADISON CAWEIN, EMPYREAN      

September 24 - November 13, 2021          

In conjunction with the Louisville Photo Biennial

 Madison Cawein Empyrean

Madison Cawein is a spiritual realist painter. Rather than just trying to reproduce reality, Cawein's artwork elevates universal and spiritual truths found in reality. Empyrean raises the artist’s photographs from source material to finished artwork, offering viewers the rare opportunity to see as the artist sees.

This exhibition demonstrates how Cawein translates a moment from the material world into a photographic snapshot of time, pausing the process before the vision is translated into an artistic experience painted onto canvas.

Louisville Photo Biennial

 

JOHN PAUL KESLING

TERI DRYDEN

July 7 - September 11, 2021

 

PATRICIA SEGGEBRUCH

YASHAREL MANZY

May 3 - July 5, 2021

 

TONY SALADINO

AGGIE ZED

March 9 - May 1, 2021

 

LIZ PRICE and STACY LEEMAN

MARTIN ROLLINS

January 11 - March 6, 2021