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Director and lead actress summon real-life marriage chemistry in this month’s production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Read more

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The pastel artist and multi-year winner of the Woodland Art Fair’s “Best of Drawing” award reflects on her career, her inspiration and more Read more

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Meg Carroll, the local jewelry artist behind Meg C Jewelry Studio, celebrated five years of business by moving into a new gallery / studio space, expanding her collections and hosting a first-time jewelry exhibition Read more

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The rising Lexington artist behind the wooden hand sculptures seen in many Kenwick yards reflects on his artistic journey Read more

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From her Midway-based studio, Woodford County artist Debbie Graviss creates photo-realistic charcoal portraits of animals, plants and landscapes Read more

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Drawing inspiration from international travels and a background in architecture, the co-founder and creative director of the Lexington-based design team BroCoLoCo has created a business model that marries creative branding, culture and art Read more

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Keeneland’s floral designer and owner of floral and event company P.G. Howard Designs reflects on the evolution of his creative career – and the business decision that changed his life Read more

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Nestled in an enclave of auto mechanics and dismantled hot rods on Crossfield Drive in Versailles, the art-and-textile studio of Alex K. Mason is easy to overlook. The only indication of the building’s non-vehicular nature is the small door sign... Read more

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Creative Types is a new editorial series produced by Smiley Pete Publishing in partnership with Creative Lexington, a local initiative that connects the public with Lexington’s... Read more

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This article, a profile on Lexington artist and archivist Louis Zoeller Bickett, is the first in a new partnership between and Smiley Pete Publishing to highlight members of the local creative community. Read more

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