iLove The Arts

Fill Your Summer with Art show

The Yeiser Art Center is pleased to announce the Fill Your Summer with Art Show! This summer, Yeiser Art Center teamed up with MAKE Paducah to put on an entire summer catalog of fine art studio and craft classes. Now, students from those classes have the opportunity to show of the work they created in their very own show! iLove The Arts, especially when it comes from budding, young artists!

Art from our Creative Community

The Paducah based artist collective known as The Wastelanders has a member show opening on July 29 at the Paducah School of Art and Design (PSAD). The Wastelanders 2017 Summer Exhibition features works in a variety of media from this talented group of local artists. iLove art especially from our creative community!


Water - it’s everywhere! The majority of the earth’s surface is covered by water, and more than half of the human body consists of water. But water also plays an essential role in our survival. The National Quilt Museum in Paducah is featuring an exhibition where all the entries are centered around…you guessed it, water. iLove The Arts and its fluidity! 

Arts in the Community

The Icehouse Gallery in Mayfield will be opening their annual Arts in the Community Exhibition on Friday, July 14. It is named to honor the parents of two Guild members - Marshall and Nell Galloway. iLove The Arts, and those who support it!

It's Not Pretty!

Some of our very talented local artists will be having a show at the Ruth Baggett Gallery. “It's Not Pretty: Found Art Assemblages” will run for most of the month of July. Featuring works by Curtis A. Grace, Edie Eberhardt and Jeri Hernandez, this show shows how trash can become a treasure with “found” art. iLove The Arts especially on its second life.

A Remembrance Quilt Experience

A very unique traveling exhibit is coming to Paducah beginning today - quilts that celebrate and honor workers and the families of those who worked at Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant and Allied Chemical. This amazing collection of quilts will be on display at Lourdes Hospital. Honoring those who worked in the nuclear weapons and uranium industries is just one reason why iLove the Arts.

Creative Workshops lead to Fundraiser for Hotel Metropolitan

Paducah Arts Alliance had artist/printmaker Pat Kabore from Spartanburg, South Carolina as their artist in residence this June. While in Paducah, Kabore is conducting printmaking and dying workshops with eight students from the Oscar Cross Boys & Girls Club. They’re hosting a silent auction featuring the art they created to support the Hotel Metropolitan. iSupport art raising funds for a great institution.

Monster Lyrics

When music lyrics and cartoon monsters become the muse for a young father and elementary art teacher, you never know what unexpected personal art project will evolve. That’s exactly what happened to Paducah Arts Alliance (PAA) member and Massac County Art teacher John Romang. Music and illustrations together? Oh yes, iLove The Arts!


Tim Jaeger: 10

Tim Jaegar is an artist that was born and raised in Paducah but currently lives in Florida. He has returned to his roots to share the latest exhibition of his work. He is also sharing some of his artistic skills to others in a workshop. A Mid-career retrospective – just another reason iLove The Arts!

Art Side by Side

Yeiser Art Center recently partnered with VSA Kentucky and Paducah Middle School by holding an after-school art workshop for young artists with special needs. The works created during this workshop will be presented in a very special art show next week. iLove The Arts because art is accessible to everyone.