Richard Kolb, Metal Artist
"Louisville Life" visits with metal artist Richard Kolb, an artist showing at the 2011 Cherokee Triangle Art Fair.
Kolb's whimsical figures are made of recycled materials. According to Kolb, "Since they are made from recycled materials each bird or critter is slightly imperfect, but lovable all the same."
The annual Cherokee Triangle Art Fair is a juried fair with more than 200 artists’ booths. The two-day event is free and open to the public. The Art Fair is held in Louisville’s historic Cherokee Triangle neighborhood on Cherokee Parkway between Willow Avenue and Cherokee Road.
The Cherokee Triangle Art Fair began in 1972 as a neighborhood plant exchange.Similar"Louisville Life" stories:
- Program 517
- In this program, we catch up with "The Amazing Race couple Kent and Vyxsin to see how they have turned reality success into a new life; learn about eco-expeditions from Ben Evans, founder of YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip); metal artist Rich Kolb and more. (#517)