During the tenure of Lovelake, Kenny Higdon had a show called The Death of Lewis and Clark. It came right around the heralding of various local celebrations about the explorers. But Kenny had a new view of these adventurers and I loved the stories he told.
The works were all done on cardboard and had a bit of an anti-painting slant to them. Still, they were glazed to gleam. This was my favorite piece in the exhibition, called Jasper Johns.