Kentuckiana Sublime: Harlan Hubbard and New Perspectives on Nature
The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft at 715 East Main Street in Louisville is no stranger to local history and from now until June 9th they are providing incredible art from the renowned Harlan Hubbard. The "Kentuckiana Sublime Exhibit: Harlan Hubbard and a New Perspectives on Nature" offers art lovers a glimpse into the life of the man and his wife who lived along the Ohio River without the use of modern conveniences. Museum members and children 17 and under are admitted for free, adults pay $6 with military personnel and seniors paying only $5.
Harlan and Anna Hubbard have become iconic in the representation of naturalistic philosophies and lifestyle and it all began along the banks of the Ohio River. The exhibit will represent Hubbard's paintings and writings referencing a relationship with nature without the taint of technology, from handmade boats and goods to homegrown food and fresh caught fish. The exhibition will also offer a few choice scenes from the recent documentary of the Hubbard's life by Morgan Atkinson, "Wonder: The Lives of Anna and Harlan Hubbard".
As the season for camping, picnics and parks begins, the "Kentuckiana Sublime Exhibit: Harlan Hubbard and a New Perspectives on Nature" offers a rare opportunity for visitors to peek inside the lives of a naturalist and see the beauty of nature.
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