announce the 2012 ALL MEMBER SHOW to be exhibited in Brooks,at
Featuring the work of twenty-one artists from the Elizabethtown art
group, CKAG is comprised of accomplished regional painters and
mixed-media artists known throughout the Bluegrass State. An opening
reception is scheduled for Friday, May 18, 2012 from 5- 7 pm and will
include an awards presentation at 6 pm.
This premiere event for Small Town Gallery, with many exhibits to
follow through 2014, will include the work of LaVerne Arkenberg, Gail
Bagwell, Aline Barker, Lucia Beeler, Debra Beyerlein, Phyllis
Blakeman, Rose Cooper, Cheiko Davis, Laura Jo Freil, Ron Frye, Elsie
R. Hall, Mary Lou Hall, Wes Kendall, Joyce Lupresto, Marilyn V.
Matthews, Carl M. McKinley, Joseph A. Meyers, Sharon Milliner, Theresa
Shelton, Kathy Wariner, and Betty Whitt.
Betty Whitt serves as an assistant superintendent at Kentucky State
Fair Fine Arts and Crafts Department 2012 and has volunteered in past
Kentucky State Fairs. Active in her Bullitt County community as an
arts advocate Betty is current president of the Visual Art Group
within the Bullitt County Arts Council. At Small Town Gallery, Betty
has been providing fine art classes for the past four years while
featuring many local artists living in Bullitt County who may also
represent the Metro Louisville art scene.
Louisville area artist Trent Altman, who paints at his studio space in Small Town Gallery, recently accepted the United Nations Autism Stamp in New York April 2 being awarded to two US artists whose paintings are featured for this annual award.
Betty says, “My long term goal is in showcasing our fine artist made
in Bullitt County. Artists, who work in all mediums, live and work in
our county and, as I’ve been told, are the best kept secret in
The CKAG Exhibition runs through June 15. Closed Sunday and Monday,
Small Town Gallery is open Tuesday – Friday 10:00 am – 6:00
Open Saturday 10 am to 4 pm