Kentuckiana, Basketball and all that Noise
September 6 - October 27, 2001
Basketball, a game invented by James Naismith with a soccer ball and a peach basket in 1891, is an inescapable part of Kentuckianaís social fabric, a part of the regionís most passionate pastime and heated topic of debate.
represents a slice of Kentuckiana's social fabric, right up there with
horseracing, bourbon and the Indy 500. From the American Basketball
Association's Kentucky Colonels to the heated rivalry between U of L and
UK, our basketball heritage is built on the persistence of loyal fans, the
doggedness of local heroes, and some really superb ball playing!
felt that what better way to celebrate Kentucky traditions then by pairing
together two of our most recognizable of exports: art and our own
brand of hoopla fanaticism.
Lona Northerner necklace
Larry Beisler, Barb and Bob Cheever, Tommy Ray Clark, Chris Dayman, Wayne Ferguson, Chad Henle, Craig Kaviar, John King, Shawn Lee, Lonnie & Twyla Money, Lona Northerner, Melvin Rowe, Doug Russell, Scott Scarboro, Rusty Schnur, Dennis Shaffner, Jonathan Stokes, Dan Torpey