Kennydid Gallery of Gifts and Fine Art
The Kennydid Gallery of Gifts and Fine Art is located on Railroad Street in Historic Midway, KY in the heart of Blue Grass horse country. Some of Kentucky’s finest artists are represented by the gallery.
Framed art ready for display is offered for purchase as well as matted prints ready for framing. Custom printing including canvas gallery wraps is now available! Contact Kenny for details. Come visit Historic Midway and browse through the Kennydid Gallery of Gifts and Fine Art and the other fine and unique shops on Railroad Street.
Our Hands-On Workshops
Our Affiliated Artists
I was born and raised in Moscow, Russia. I’ve lived in the States since 1991. I have always loved to travel and hauled my camera with me everywhere. The magic of developing and printing pictures captivated me and I spent countless long nights in this pursuit. I continued with film photography until only a few years ago. It’s all digital now. View Alexey’s Website Gallery
As a fine arts photographer, one of my main interests is in hand coloring black and white photographs that I print in my darkroom. I use B & W film and some photographs are sepia toned to show warmth before they are hand colored. View Judy’s Website Gallery.
Kathleen RT Imhoff
Ever since I received my first camera, a Brownie, box camera, at the age of ten, I have been an avid photographer. Easily able to see the world through the lens of a camera, I have taken and shared thousands of pictures. Throughout the years, I specialized in several categories of photos including objects against a royal blue sky and more. View Kathleen’s Website Gallery
Fine art and outdoor photography focused on the beauty and culture of Kentucky. View Perry’s Website Gallery
Natural light photographer capturing the essence of the equine soul. View McKenzie’s Website Gallery
I am a native Kentuckian whose Kentucky roots date back to the 1780’s. My wife and I have lived in Versailles since 2001. Photography has been a longtime hobby. I only recently have decided to share it with the public. View Roger’s Website Gallery
Dada Dolph’s doll making has evolved through the years from teddy bears and country crafts to the soft needle-sculpted creations presented at the Kennydid Gallery. Each fabric figure is unique, with it’s very own personality. View Vada’s Website Gallery