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Troublesome Houses: art inspired by Will Oldham

The Louisville Visual Art Association is currently hosting an exhibition honouring their hometown son Will Oldham. You might know him better by his moniker Bonnie Prince Billy. The show runs until December 14. So check out the twenty six works online while you still can.

DOUBLEPARLOUR, “IDLE HAND”   Resin, 17
DOUBLEPARLOUR, “IDLE HAND” Resin, 17″ x 6″, $480 SOLD
TURF ONE, “SONG SPARROW (ONE WITH THE BIRDS)   Oil & Gold Leaf 7
TURF ONE, “SONG SPARROW (ONE WITH THE BIRDS) Oil & Gold Leaf 7″ x 15″ $1600
DOUGLAS MILLER, “PLAN FOR DISAMBIGUATION. OR, WHY DON’T YOU LIE DOWN IN THE LIGHT”   Ink, Pencil, Ohio River Water, and Mascara on Canvas, 36
DOUGLAS MILLER, “PLAN FOR DISAMBIGUATION. OR, WHY DON’T YOU LIE DOWN IN THE LIGHT” Ink, Pencil, Ohio River Water, and Mascara on Canvas, 36″ x 48″, $1100
BILL MILLER, “AND THE CAPTAIN GOES DOWN WITH THE SHIP”   Vintage Linoleum Collage, 20
BILL MILLER, “AND THE CAPTAIN GOES DOWN WITH THE SHIP” Vintage Linoleum Collage, 20″ x 16″, $1400
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