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Paducah's Annual Wastelanders Art Exhibition

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Looking for something fun to do New Year's evening before you hit the big party? The Paducah Wastelanders, a group of regional artists who are either native or long time residents of the Paducah area will be hosting their 7th annual New Year’s Eve Art Exhibition of new artwork and celebration at the Yeiser Art Center in the Market House (2nd and Broadway) in downtown Paducah, Kentucky.

LIFE can change in an INSTANT

2013 November/December Edition

What’s black and white, Amaro, Mayfair, Rise, Hudson, infinite other color combinations, and “read” actively by over 150 million users a month? Not a newspaper. Instagram.

 

A Handmade Holiday Treasure from the heart and hands of Maudine Buchanan

2013 November/December Edition

Oh Yeah, It's OH YEAH DAKOTA!

2013 September/October Edition

The Lure of the Mysterious Vampire

2013 September/October Edition

The Art of Making the Dead Come to Life

2013 September/October Edition

"Dude, you look awful!" says David Paris as he examines the face of Corey Thomas. "Really, you look like crap… just bad. And I mean that in the best of ways!"

 

Corey grabs a mirror and peers at his reflection. "Oh yeah, that's awesome!"

 

"Man, you disgust me!" laughs David.

 

Pieces of a Nation

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EPHEMERA PADUCAH is the CENTER for the everyday artist

2013 July/August Edition

Kristin Williams arrived on the streets of Paducah as an economic developer to create more corporate activity for her new hometown. She then crafted a relationship with John Williams, Jr. that led to a marriage of 13+ years. And for many companies in this region and beyond, Kristin artfully orchestrated strategic plans for business growth and development.

Art From the Heart

2013 July/August Edition

Gay Speirbhain has traveled all over, in both location and imagination. A Tennessee native and 50-year resident of New Mexico, Gay has made a delightful addition to Paducah’s creative community. But don’t let her southern charm fool you. She offers something more than a pleasant chat on the front porch and a tall glass of lemonade. She is as colorful in her folk art as she is at enchanting audiences with the stories she tells about her life growing up in the south and tales of her adventures as an artist living out west. 

Red Ember & Gideon's Rifle

2013 July/August Edition

Shooting from the hip brought a glow of embers to players and partners in two new Paducah-roots bands

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