Art Mize restores stringed instruments. He also performs and teaches violin. He won the 2007 Homer Ledford Award for "artistic excellence and  dedication to Kentucky's musical traditions." He will perform at the airport and at The Kentucky Experience pavilion during the World Equestrian Games.
Art Mize restores stringed instruments. He also performs and teaches violin. He won the 2007 Homer Ledford Award for "artistic excellence and dedication to Kentucky's musical traditions." He will perform at the airport and at The Kentucky Experience pavilion during the World Equestrian Games.
Art Mize restores stringed instruments. He also performs and teaches violin. He won the 2007 Homer Ledford Award for "artistic excellence and dedication to Kentucky's musical traditions." He will perform at the airport and at The Kentucky Experience pavilion during the World Equestrian Games.

Art Mize, luthier, makes stringed instruments sing

September 15, 2010 12:00 AM

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