The Gallery at Art Sanctuary is located at 1433 South Shelby Street (Gallery entrance on McHenry St.). Outside of openings, the gallery is available by appointment only: please call our gallery director, Sabra Crockett at 502.345.7207 to make arrangements. Thanks, and enjoy the show!

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New work by Tiffany Ackerman
July 7 – 30, 2017


Tiffany Ackerman paints symbols and creatures in whimsical balanced arrangements on reclaimed wood she finds throughout Louisville. Her primitive-inspired art depicts skulls, flowers, animals, and other familiar objects. She etches her subjects in bright, flat colors on a black backgrounds. She describes her work as, “stories told in pictures and like us, different but each vibrant and beautiful in their own way.”

Opening Reception:
July 7, 2017
6-9 pm

Art Sanctuary
1433 S. Shelby St.
Louisville, KY 40217
Old Louisville in November by Charlotte Ann Pollock, June 11, 2017 • Oil on Canvas

Lore and Landscapes: Paintings by Charlotte Ann Pollock
June 2 – July 2, 2017

Opening Reception:
Friday, June 2, 2017
5:30 -9:30 pm
1433 South Shelby Street
(Gallery entrance on McHenry St.)

Charlotte Ann Pollock
Born in Staunton, Virginia, raised in Goshen, Kentucky.
BFA University of Louisville with an emphasis in painting, 2012
Age: 26
Years as a professional artist: 8

Charlotte Ann Pollock is known for her beautiful plein-air paintings. However, she is not just a plein-air painter. Although you will recognize some of the locations Charlotte has chosen to paint (such as Old Louisville, and River Road), her work is about a sense of place, whether that be tangible or not. Sometimes the subject of her work can weave in remnants of dreams she has experienced, or depict a spiritual journey. Charlotte explains, “I’ve applied my plein-air painting approaches and techniques to bigger canvases now and am using them to focus on places integral to my life.”

“I want my art to initiate reflection, inviting people to become aware of their own emotional connections to places and to renew appreciation for landscapes on an emotional level.”

Please join us in kicking off our solo exhibitions for the year.