"Lotus Revival" is an assemblage of 17 different phtographs 

More from the lotus pond in the

Scuptural Garden Portfolio

Making the magnolia leaves and seedpods bigger!

They work well with all the other leaves

…check out the new photographs in the

Magnolia Leaves Portfolio


Need your artwork professionally documented?

 I  am set-up to photograph artwork at

 Luigart Studios,

110 Luigart Street, Lexington

by appointment. 

The Gallery on Manchester Street closed 12/31/2019 

To see past exhibits click here

Thanks to the Kentucky Crafted Program you can now fine my artwork on Artrepreneur....visit my showroom here

Lexington Herald Leader writer Kevin Nance previews notBIG(5)

"In art, size matters. The impact of certain works by artists from Michelangelo to Banksy often depends, at least in part, on their being really, really big. It’s hard to imagine Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper,” say, or Picasso’s “Guernica,” as miniatures.

But small has its own charms. Artworks constrained by space limitations — as they are in notBIG(5), the latest installment in a series of juried exhibits of small-scale art at the M.S. Rezny Studio/Gallery in Lexington’s Distillery District ..."

UnderMain reviews "pal-imp-sest (2)"

Thanks UnderMain and Emily Goodman for the insightful review of the current exhibit “pal-imp-sest (2)” pastel paintings by Martin Beck.  Exhibit on view through March 30th and will conclude with a drawing demo by Beck 3/30/19 1-3PM

Another "Best Bet" by the Herald Leader

the Herald Leader lits "Improve with music and art" another "Best Bet" with the "Interludes" exhibit !

The Lexington Herald Leader listed the Reception and Awards as a Weekender's  "Best Bet"

Exhibit is up through August

Carleton Wing’s statement on “Sharing Time and Space,” the exhibition currently up at MS Rezny Studio Gallery in Lexington, Kentucky, calls it an “exchange.” As the title also implies, this is something shared. On its surface this is readily apparent: here Wing and Paolo Dal Prá engage in a dialogue even across the gulf between life and death. But the objects also stake out their own positions and their own conversation. The cross between the materials and the bodies of work is also an exchange, one that can even speak apart from the intentions of artist, gallery, or viewer. This is where things become more complicated. Set up together, the works work things out amongst themselves.What's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...

Joel Darland-Under Main

Awards and Reception August 3rd 5-8PM

$500 first place award, three $100 honorable mention, purchase award, Awagami Paper award

Exhibit:  July 24th – August 31st, 2018 ( Entry Deadline:  passed)

Over 400 artworks submitted for  consideration.  The artworks represented a wide interpretation of “works on paper”. Looking with a critical eye towards excellence of expression and material handling, as well as find a good balance among a variety of mediums and a range of aesthetic approaches  Juror, Doug Stapleton, Associate Curator of Art, Illinois State Museum selected 27 pieces for the exhibit. 

For the award Rezny chose to study a southern symbol that is very familiar to all of us, the magnolia tree. I am drawn to it because of the simplicity and beauty of the blossom and it’s most interesting and unusual seed pod. I photographed it throughout the spring, summer and fall as the blossom and seed pod developed.What's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...

Read Joel Darland's review of "notBIG(4) the Exhibit" in"UnderMain"  ...not to be missed!

Friday's Artists' Reception and Awards for notBIG(4) is listed as one of this weekends BEST BETS by the Lexington Herald Leader...Reception and Awards 5-8 PM Friday, August 4th 

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Back Together-a triptych of magnolia seedpods