Helene Steene 
Alex K. Mason
September 10 - November 14, 2021 
Museum Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Admission: $10, Children under 12 complimentary

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Helene Steene 

Helene Steene’s work reveals the artist's deep understanding of the connections between the various dimension of nature. Her large abstract multi medial paintings take their inspiration from the geometries of the heavens and our world's elemental physicality and is recognized for its many layered depth, intensity of colors, and elegance of surface. 


Steene's work has been published, exhibited, and collected internationally in both private and public collections in the United States, France, Greece, Spain, Great Britain and Sweden.  Nature inspired large abstract works have been commissioned for universities and hospitals including the University of  Kentucky and the Mayo Clinic, MN. Steene has won numerous awards including the 2016 CODAAwards Top 100. The World’s Best Commissioned Design + Art Projects. 

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Alex K. mason

Inspired by and drawn to forms and patterns found in the natural world, Alex K. Mason references flora, fauna and color in paintings on canvas and paper and translates them to textiles and wallpapers. Living in a digital age has fueled her passion for the tactile and warmth of handmade things because they have a story,

a life and history from the person who creates the art as well as the person who possesses and cares for it. 


Mason's work has been exhibited from coast to coast and is in collections around the world including the United State, England, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico and Dubai. Her fabric and textile designs through her company, Ferrick Mason, have been featured in top design publications including Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, NY Times, and Traditional Home. Mason recently designed fabric and wallpaper especially for the Harmon Room in 21c Hotel, Lexington, KY. 

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