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Donut Days at KGAC!

We have a delicious treat in store for you! The Kentucky Guild of Artists & Craftsmen will now be carrying donuts from Donut Days Bakery Thursday-Saturday (7am-10am) to go with your coffee from Creative Coffees! Donut Days Bakery has been serving the Lexington community for over 40 years as a locally owned and operated family business. They have recently opened a location in Richmond and are happy to now serve the Berea community through the Kentucky Guild art gallery. Stop by and see us! Gallery open until 5pm 🍩

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Timothy Baker to Perform at Fall Fair 2016!

We are so excited to have Timothy Baker - Music at our Fall Fair on October 8th & 9th!  Timothy does covers, as well as his own original music, available on iTunes! Timothy is a young singer/songwriter and Nashville Recording Artist born and raised in Krypton, KY (near Hazard). He began playing the piano at age 8, mandolin at age 9, and since then he has become an accomplished musician on the banjo, Dobro, harmonica, fiddle, bass, drums, and his primary instrument, the guitar. Timothy was raised on bluegrass and gospel music influences, and spent much of his young life traveling the state with his family’s band, The Baker Family. As he entered high school, his musical interests drifted to other genres, specifically traditional...

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NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!

  We are now accepting Guest Artist applications to exhibit their work at our Fall Fair October 8th and 9th! Interested in becoming a KGAC member? We are also accepting applications for our upcoming Jury session, due July 28th! Benefits include the opportunity to exhibit work in our gallery (located in the arts and crafts capital of Kentucky), exhibit at our Fall Fair and other events, network with artists from across the state, attend art and business workshops, teach classes, receive membership discounts, and more! Visit the "Fall Fair" and "Membership & Support" tabs to download the application(s)!

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Henrietta & Jeffrey Scott

Jeffrey and Henrietta Scott own and operate a Gallery and Studio in Columbia, Ky. They are both retired teachers. Henrietta taught art for 30 years in Adair County. In 1986, she received the Governor’s Award in the Arts for art education. Jeffrey was principal and teacher at Adair County High School. They have attended workshops in Raku at Arrowmont School for Crafts and Appalachian School for Arts and Crafts. Since retirement, their Raku fired pottery has been juried into the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen and Kentucky Crafted/ The Market. Jeffrey and Henrietta Scott produce several types of raku fired pottery. These include pieces with applied stains and oxides under clear glazes. Many times, leaves and other organic forms...

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