Kentucky Museum Art Now on View in Lexington
Headley-Whitney Museum in Lexington. Consisting of a sculpture of a thoroughbred colt by noted artist Anna Hyatt Huntington, the Chester Dare quilt, and a wood carving by Ed and Pansy Cress, the selections from the Kentucky Museum join paintings, sculpture, folk art, textiles, object d’art, wood carvings, jewelry, historical ephemera and modern depictions of the horse borrowed from public and private collections in Kentucky and New York as well as several Smithsonian institutions. The exhibit runs through December 23, 2010. More information.Three unique pieces from the KYLM collection are featured in the exhibit, The Horse in Decorative and Fine Art, at the
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3 Responses to Kentucky Museum Art Now on View in Lexington
I really enjoyed the horse sculptures and wood carvring. I definitly recommend others come and enjoy them too.
That’s nice ….Really the museum contains a good number of worthy things…
is there a history of Secretariat? I love this part of Kentucky and the traditions.