The Art of Rock: Transcending Sound at Copper & Kings
The gallery at Copper and Kings American Brandy Distillery presents a group exhibition featuring an eclectic mix of rock photography. The exhibit explores the perspective of transcending sound in the still moments where creativity and passion are visualized through the lens of the the documentarian and the musician. This dynamic grouping of images invites the viewer to interact with the musician in performance, on tour, and more formally thorough the intimacy of the portrait image.
The art of distilling and the art of music are related and symbiotic. The orchestration of different moving parts, the “vision” that no one else quite sees until fully formed, the bit by bit, piece by piece creative process and most of all the energy and imagination that creates something vibrant and spirited. Copper & Kings is American Brandy and is as rooted in American culture, particularly music and art, as it is in the craft of distilling fine spirits.
The show features works by spirited master Baron Wolman and inspired images from LA based Hannah Verbeuren. Louisville photographers Tim Furnish, Virgil Henley, Willie MacLean, Mickie Winters, Edward Neary, Audrey Harrod and Chris Higdon round out the talented exhibiting photographers in this show. For a special grid-based insta-installation we have images from members of Calexico, Tom Blankenship from My Morning Jacket, and Jason Lee G, tour manager for Houndmouth.
The exhibition is free and open to the public Fri 10-8, Sat & Sun 10-3
Barron Wolman's work appears courtesy of Butchertown collectors
This exhibition is being curated by photographer, educator, and music lover Mary Helen Yates
For more information call 502-561-0267 or visit copperandkings.com