Revelry Gallery is thrilled to showcase their first gallery exhibit supporting the Kentucky Natural Lands Trust. KNLT is a state-wide land trust committed to preserving the diminishing natural places in Kentucky, protecting biodiversity and promoting environmentally-minded thinking. Once a year, KNLT and myself take a group of artists, musicians, and writers from around the country to experience the magic that is Pine Mountain. Artists come back inspired by the plants, animals, rock formations, and stories from this rich agricultural piece of Kentucky. For our first Pine Mountain Collective exhibit we will be showing you this magical place through a variety of mediums by artists who have been on this retreat, they are known as “The Pine Mountain Collective”.
“Near Bad Branch” by John Brooks, oil on board.
As a long standing board member, Mo McKnight Howe is an avid part of the team at KNLT working hard to acquire more Kentucky land that is home to endangered animals and species. KNLT has also been creating new hiking trails and visitor attractions for people to enjoy the wildlife and we are excited to bring that awareness to our Louisville compatriots! We hope the exhibit will transport you to the tranquil, lush environment of Pine Mountain and inspire you to take a trip to one of our glorious Kentucky wildlands! Part of the proceeds of each sale will benefit the Kentucky Natural Lands Trust.
“Fall” by local photographer Geoff Car.