Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center
1860 Mellwood Ave. • 895-3650
The big draw at the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center is the work of Carlos Gamez de Francisco, the talented young Cuban artist now living in Louisville. His images “seem to escape the laws of reason, physics and biology,” he says. The paintings will be up through May 21 in Gallery M.
The Pigment Gallery has “Scrapboarding: Beyond the Book” by Carol Labashosky, which asks whether scrapbooking can be a fine art. “It’s craft in the hand of a crafter,” she exclaims. “It’s art in the hand of an artist.” New artist Aishwarya Bavle is showing in the Bridge Gallery. She walked in asking for advice and ended up with her first exhibition.
Both Labashosky and Bavle will have closing receptions during the April 29 FAT Friday Trolley Hop from 6-9 p.m. —Jo Anne Triplett