Natalie Weis

Natalie Weis is a writer and art critic based in Louisville, Kentucky. Her writing has appeared in Hyperallergic, Sculpture, Collectors, Burnaway and Ruckus, as well as on WFPL, Louisville's NPR radio station. You can read her writing on her website.

Review: Crafting the Vernacular at KMAC

On a cold Friday evening in February, a small group...

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Portrait: A Studio Visit with Sandra Charles

I.  First, I should tell you. She doesn’t like talking about...

Interview with Tim Portlock

I first became aware of the artist Tim Portlock when...

At KMAC: Review of “A Layered Approach”

In 2015, James Benjamin Franklin needed a jolt. After 15...

Review: “Time Fork” at Laumeier Sculpture Park

One of the great gifts from both art and nature...

Review: Stories of Resistance at CAM

The protests that erupted after the police killing of George...

A Persistent Body: The Work of Yvonne Petkus

“All I ever really want to know is how other...

Heaven In Hand: Julie Baldyga at KMAC Museum

“In Heaven Everyone Will Shake Your Hand: The Art of...

Tasteful Nudes: Little To Provoke At Lexington Art League Show

As a tempestuous year comes to its close amidst bluster...
spot_imgspot_imgspot_imgspot_img