St. James Court Art Show: Louisville, KY

When you get a call on a Friday morning asking if you want to go to an art fair and your kids are spending the weekend with their favorite Aunt Karla, how can you say no? Amber and I were roommates in college. This girl can make me laugh until I cry, listens to me ramble on about ideas for bags and makes shopping for a new couch seem like fun. Of course I would go with her! She was actually chasing down an artist that she LOVES, so we were on the hunt for Mosaic Madness!

The St. James Court Art Show is located in the historic district of Louisville the first weekend in October. It is a three day event with over 700 artist. The talent was AMAZING!


Amazingly, we found Mosaic Madness right away and Amber was one happy customer! Jill and her husband Chad create these beautiful and colorful mosaic pieces. She creates her own glazes to achieve these bold colors!



Jill and Amber showing off one of her purchases!

Visit Jill’s Facebook page to find out where she will be next!

Comments

  1. Jill Kernodle says

    Lucy,
    I absolutely love this! It was so cool to read this. I have to tell you, meeting you and Amber was awesome. I was so incredibly touched that you traveled there to see me. I have told anyone that will listen to me the story, my husband has heard it multiple times. And yes, he still smiles and acts like it’s the first time I have told him. This pictures you took were fabulous! I love your art , I wish you much success and hope our pathes will cross again!
    Jill Kernodle

    • says

      Jill – it was wonderful meeting you too! Amber was so thrilled with her purchases. I love when you buy a handmade item and get to know the person behind that made it. Your mosaic pieces are so bright and vivid that I don’t think a picture can do them justice. Hopefully our paths will cross again.

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