Ahh Gallery Opens Its “Holiday Show” plus New Gift Shop

Thursday November 19 from 5:00 pm to 8 pm The Art and History Gallery (The Ahh Gallery) at 120 East Main Street in downtown Louisville hosts the opening of its “Holiday Art Show”, and the unveiling of its new Gift Shop. The “Holiday Show” features pottery by Judie Singer and Kris Marshall, hand-blown glass by Abi Yeagley,
paintings by Vivian Huff Geaghan, watercolors by Jack Fetzer, and much more. In addition the Historical Society will present an “Historical Moments in Time” exhibit featuring video on 20 years of Derry family’s two-acre holiday light display on Columbus Road. There will also be a special display of art by Louisville Middle School students, free refreshments, and blues music played by Louisville’s own Matt Basso. The Art and History Gallery is a project of the Louisville-Nimishillen Historical Society. The “Holiday Show” at the Ahh Gallery runs through January 8, 2016

The Ahh Gallery’s new Gift Shop will display pottery, blown glass, jewelry, coloring books, pencil art cards, paintings, drawings, and works by local authors. “It’s that time of the year,” says Betty Derry, Manager of the Ahh Gallery, “and we’ve got a complete range of art and history items at amazing prices that make great gifts.”

The Ahh Gallery is part of 20/20 Vision Louisville, an economic development project of ArtsinStark, the Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Louisville. 20/20 Vision Louisville is a plan for transforming three blocks on East Main Street downtown into “Constitution Place.”