Photo by Emily Net Featuring Nicolette Lim's Artwork
On June 20, the Loudoun House welcomed dozens of guests coming to view the work of Nicolette Lim. Her exhibition, Strange Harvest, consists of installations, drawings and sculptures and was “borne from her need to process the memories of the annual haze season that occurred throughout her adolescence in Malaysia.” Lim was in attendance all day to welcome a constant flow of viewers and talk with them about her show where she received raving reviews and compliments, from the enamoured crowds. Lim’s college mentors also came to support her in her solo exhibition. It was a great time to be social (safely) and finally see some works of art in person after a long drought of isolation.
Author: Emily Neat
Emily Neat is an intern for the Lexington Art League. She is also a current student of the Transylvania University.
Public Gallery Hours
Saturday 12pm - 5pm
Viewings also available by appointment
The Loudoun House
209 Castlewood Dr.
Lexington, Ky. 40505
All Lexington Art League programs are made possible through the generous support of LexArts.
The Kentucky Arts Council, a state arts agency, provides operating support to the Lexington Art League with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support provided by Lexington Parks & Recreation.