The Umpteenth Annual $20 Art Sale 2015

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The Umpteenth Annual $20 Art Sale 2015 says
We're back! and this year we're turning 15! Geat ready to be awesome.

The $20 Art show is free and open to the the public

We did want to address something that isn't awesome, waitining in line. We really appreciate all you awesome folks for braving the December weather and waiting in line to attend this awesome show. We all know waiting isn't awesome so we have some great things lined up to help make your wait as awesome as it can be. Stay tuned!

This show is an awesome way to get yourself or your loved ones some awesome art. On December 12 over 30 artists will gather and offer their work for just $20 no more, no less. This event is always a blast and many of these artists are offering one of a kind pieces at this awesomely low price so get there early!

Here are this year's participating artists:

Amy Elswick
Anessa Arehart & Tumalo Apparel
Ashley Brossart
Bernhardt Geyer
Claire Raab
Damon Thompson
Devin French
Harlan Scarboro
Inherited Leather
J Cobb
Jeral Tidwell
Joe Autry
John King
Kate Sedwick
Kyle “Cotton” Weeks - From Detroit, Michigan
Lilly Totten
Lisa Austin
Mark Heggie - From Detroit, Michigan
Mary Yates
Mia Snell - Dandelion
Michelle Amos
Mickie Winters
Natasha Sud
Robby Davis
Sarah Tidwell
Scott Scarboro
Shandy Goodlett Gazo
Suz & Gary Bell
The O’bannons
Tiffany Embry

The $20 Art Show was started many years ago by artists John King and Mike Ratterman and others at the old Clay Street space. It featured about a dozen Louisville artists including Tish Quesenberry, Scott Scarboro and Ratterman and King. The following year it was moved to Scarboro's Cinderblock studio and gallery where it stayed for several years until it closed in 2006. Since then it has floated around town. In 2012 Scarboro passed the torch to Mary Yates, Scott Shuffitt and Ron Jasin with The World's Second Most Awesome Art Market, keeping this show a holiday tradition and a great way to purchase affordable art.

The show is held at Copper And Kings this year.

We'd also like to thank our awesome sponsors who helped us to pull this event off: Quills Coffee, LEO Weekly, Butchertown Grocery, Revelry Boutique Gallery, Yelp Louisville, Derby City Chop Shop and Paul Paletti.
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