Neighbors who color together at Pyro Gallery

Join us at Pyro Gallery
for an exhibition of
three Louisville neighbors;
Bob Lockhart, Vickie Wheatley and
Roy Ruiz Clayton;
wildly different in mediums and style but simpatico of artistic spirit!
Show Dates: February 13 – March 21, 2020
Opening Reception Valentine’s Day
Friday, February 14, 5:00 – 7:00pm
Bring your Valentine!
Artists will discuss their work on
Saturday, February 15, 2:00pm – 3:30pm

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Vicki WheatleyContemporary Quilt Maker
The historic quilt block offers a constrained graphic format in which to explore the fabric of our lives. I stretch the boundaries of the traditional quilt block to reflect an inner architecture; our responses to the complexities of contemporary life.
This series focuses on our personal anxieties.
Roy Ruiz Clayton / Artist and Musician
My beatnik fourth grade teacher was my first influence, who chose my
” unusual” art over other students for posters, made me a musician in a rock band with older kids, which in turn influenced me to start writing songs. I loved the school janitor who took me under his wing, allowing me to work for my lunch, washing dishes everyday as our family had no money. Our move to Kentucky has been a gift to which I hope to keep giving back.
Bob Lockhart / Legendary Local Artist
The nature of this show is to highlight the works of two extraordinary artists with talent abounding who have not had the exposure locally that they deserve. Undoubtedly now having been discovered, they will add mightily to the grandeur of the Louisville art scene!
Open Thursday through Saturday, 12-6pm
1006 E. Washington Street, Louisville, KY 40206

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