Louisville’s Craft(s) Gallery will be on hand to offer several highly collectible folk art pieces from their stash including works by Howard Finster, Mark Anthony Mulligan, Carl McKenzie, Ed Lambdin, Charley and Noah Kinney, Lonnie and Twyla Money and some Navajo folk art from the Rick and Susie Bell collection.
Newly birthed Sink or Swim Gallery joins GFF 2015 for the first time and we are excited to see what they will bring to the table!
Louisville’s own Creative Diversity and StudioWorks return to Good Folk Fest 2015. Also for the first time, Blank Canvas Studios will join us all the way from St. Charles, Missouri. These three collectives provide opportunities for artists with disabilities.
Artist Phil Cheney calls his booth the Dynamic Art Gallery and will share his space with a collection of art from his friends including the Laster Family.
There are several artists families involved with Good Folk Fest 2015, more on that later.
You can go here to see a list of participating artists for Good Folk Fest 2015