KORE Gallery: Black and White

Photo: First place award  “The Ceramicist” (The Creator)  by Joshua Jenkins,  Acrylic on Canvas,  64”Hx44”Wx1.5”D


by Randy Purcell

I recently experienced my first group exhibit at Kore Gallery which is located in Louisville, KY.

This is Gallery owner, Don Cartwright explaining the event:

“KORE Gallery has exhibited our annual Black and White show in the month of September since 2014.  This is an ‘invitational’ show allowing artists an opportunity to showcase their work in a galley sitting. The show has grown from 12 to over 150 artists each year and is a formal Black-tie event!“
Not only is this a fun events to attend the artwork on display offers something for everyone. But don’t let the “Black and White” theme fool you. This exhibit allows artist to use color, they just have to have 75% of black, or 75% white in the work. This element makes for some interesting interpretations. If you are in the Louisville area, you still have time to visit the exhibit up until September 30th. As for the opening reception, make sure you follow the gallery so you are reminded of next years event.

Find out more about KORE Gallery:

“Our mission is to provide affordable original art from emerging and established local artists,  and provide a “connection” for collectors of affordable art while giving back to the community.  KORE Gallery frequently partners with local non-profits and foundations to assist in fund raising charitable events.”