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W.T. Stinson, visual artist


W.T. Stinson

As a graduate student at Florida State University, W.T. Stinson (wtstinson30@aol.com) toured Gothic cathedrals and found inspiration in their stained-glass windows. What fascinated him was not so much the windows themselves as their interaction with light—the ever-changing colors and the way designs from the windows would seem to hover in the air or recede back into the wall depending on the angle and intensity of the light.

Back in his own studio, he began experimenting with similar effects in striking contemporary works of art. His pieces use glass, light (natural, fluorescent, or a combination), and color to evoke a mood or capture the essence of a particular favorite place.

When not working on his own art, W.T. teaches at Russellville High School and at Western Kentucky University.

W.T. Stinson artwork by W.T. Stinson


Program 717

Clest Lanier, director of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage; visual artist W.T. Stinson of Russellville; and music by “cowboy troubadour” Rob McNurlin. (#717)

Program 732

Clest Lanier, director of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage; visual artist W.T. Stinson of Russellville; and music by “cowboy troubadour” Rob McNurlin. (#732)





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