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Artists Sharing Space


Shayne

Many artists search for that perfect studio space—a place to call one’s own. But Shayne Hull, director of education for the Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation, has found three local artists who have taken a different approach. Brad Delvin, Denise Furnish, and Steve Heine have brought their work into one shared space. Though the three work in very different media, they have found a way to feed off one another’s creative energies.

Denise Furnish artwork Brad Delvin artwork Steve Heine artwork

Denise Mucci Furnish

Denise has been creating her painted quilts and fiber collages for 22 years; she developed her style from earlier abstract paintings of color washes on textured canvas. Her work has been exhibited regionally and nationally.

For 16 of those years, she also worked as a graphic designer. She now teaches art workshops at the Home of the Innocents.

Brad Delvin

Artist’s statement: “Assemblage for me is a two-tiered process of first gathering and then combining into a cohesive image a wide array of found objects and other found materials. These processes necessitate both physical and mental wandering.

“Gathering materials has taken me all over the country and has found me in abandoned buildings, dumps, junkyards, and thrift stores; on roadsides; and in other people’s trash. This view of remote places and the underside of life has shaped my vision of the world, as well as my art.”

Steve Heine

Steve is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Architecture. His small but growing studio, Cranium Glass, LLC, is developing a reputation for unusual and exceptionally crafted architectural glass. Steve lives in Louisville with his wife and two daughters.



Program 509

New arts initiatives at Georgetown College, a visit to three very different artists who find common ground—and renewed inspiration—in a shared studio, an introduction to Arts Kentucky, and music by Dan Gediman. (#509)

Program 593

New arts initiatives at Georgetown College, a visit to three very different artists who find common ground—and renewed inspiration—in a shared studio, an introduction to Arts Kentucky, and music by Dan Gediman. (#593)





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