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Governor’s Derby Exhibit open through May 7

Located in Frankfort

FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 12, 2016) — The Governor’s Derby Exhibit, coordinated by the Kentucky Arts Council, is on display until May 7 in the State Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort.
 The exhibit is open to the public during regular State Capitol building hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

“Hidden Treasures” by Anthony Stollings.
“Hidden Treasures” by Anthony Stollings.

“The governor and I are pleased to continue this longstanding tradition of showcasing the finest in Kentucky art,” said Kentucky First Lady Glenna Bevin. “We welcome all Kentuckians and visitors to the commonwealth to see the magnificent work produced by some of our state’s most talented artists.”

Unlike most arts council exhibits, which are only open to adjudicated arts council program participants, any Kentucky visual artist 18 years or older may submit work for the Governor’s Derby Exhibit.

Artists included in the display:

  • Dennis Albetski, Fayette, “On the Paddock”
  • Brian Bailey, Oldham, “King Tobacco”
  • Patricia Buckley, Boone, “Tobacco Barn”
  • Jonathan Clark, Madison, “Common Wealth 2”
  • Laura Lee Cundiff, Woodford, “Don’t Mess with Mama”
  • John Andrew Dixon, Boyle, and Robert Hugh Hunt, Madison, “Kentucky Sovereign”
  • Marta Dorton, Fayette, “Misty Mountains”
  • Ashley Gatewood, Fayette, “Rolling Hills”
  • Helen Heddens, Jefferson, “Majestic River”
  • Frederica Huff, Jefferson, “View of the Stands”
  • Robert Hugh Hunt, Madison, “Mama’s Story”
  • Carole Kinduell-Davis, Boone, “Kentucky Palisades”
  • Margie Lakeberg, Kenton, “Snow Day in Scott County”
  • Sallie Clay Lanham, Franklin, “Harvest Time Lover’s Leap Vineyard”
  • Christine Levitt, Fayette, “Springtime in the Bluegrass”
  • Betty Liles, Christian, “Silver Bowl with Cherries”
  • Laureen Miklos, Boone, “Passing Through”
  • Linda Pierce, Christian, “Stepping Up”
  • Fran Redmon, Franklin, “Grove at McConnell Springs”
  • Cassandra Russell, Jefferson, “Maggie and Eddie”
  • Sarah Spradlin, Bourbon, “Our Old Kentucky Homes”
  • Anthony Stollings, Boone, “Hidden Treasures”
  • Angela Wells, Jefferson, “Kentucky’s Fastest Two Minutes in May”