Christine Kuhn works on piece for "Records Reimagined," which will be a three dimesional work involving round slices of album covers at different levels on a spinning turntable. The piece she is holding up is a slice from an RCA album of Van Cliburn playing Tchaikovsky piano concertos, which Kuhn picked up at a Goodwill store. CD Central, 377 South Limestone in Lexington, Ky., presents "Records Reimagined," a show of album cover art by Central Kentucky artists, June 8 to July 8, 2012. Photo by Rich Copley | staff.
Christine Kuhn works on piece for "Records Reimagined," which will be a three dimesional work involving round slices of album covers at different levels on a spinning turntable. The piece she is holding up is a slice from an RCA album of Van Cliburn playing Tchaikovsky piano concertos, which Kuhn picked up at a Goodwill store. CD Central, 377 South Limestone in Lexington, Ky., presents "Records Reimagined," a show of album cover art by Central Kentucky artists, June 8 to July 8, 2012. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader
Christine Kuhn works on piece for "Records Reimagined," which will be a three dimesional work involving round slices of album covers at different levels on a spinning turntable. The piece she is holding up is a slice from an RCA album of Van Cliburn playing Tchaikovsky piano concertos, which Kuhn picked up at a Goodwill store. CD Central, 377 South Limestone in Lexington, Ky., presents "Records Reimagined," a show of album cover art by Central Kentucky artists, June 8 to July 8, 2012. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader

Local artists rework album covers for 'Records Reimagined'

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