Versailles Location History

Heike Pickett Gallery & Sculpture Garden was located in the historic Carter House, built in 1792. The grounds featured the remnants of one of Kentucky's oldest colonial gardens where century old boxwoods provided the backdrop for the outdoor sculpture. The ground floor of the building contained several exhibition spaces.


The gallery continues to represent contemporary emerging and established artists who work in a broad range of styles and media. Fine art consulting and appraisal services are also offered.

The gallery has been asked to be curators for diverse exhibitions in the future.

We look forward to participating in the Bluegrass Trust Antiques and Garden Show at the beginning of March 2020.


  Sculpture Garden

Woman with Arms Over Head, 2002 Bronze 36 x 17.5 x 17.5 inches
Dan Ludwig

Woman with Hands Over Face, 2002 Bronze
39.5 x 17.5 x 17.5 inches
Dan Ludwig

Cubic, 2015, ceramic, 49 x 26 x 22 inches. Reach,2007, ceramic,41 x 35 x 24 inches.
Robert Pulley

Untitled, marble and sandstone, 49 x 23 x 16 inches.
Dennis Whitcopf

Untitled, steel, 10' x 2' x 10".

Peter Watson



Split Tower, ceramic, 37 x 36 x 20 inches.
Robert Pulley


Past Gallery Exhibitions


Exhibition 2016



Exhibition 2004


Exhibition 2004


Opening Reception: October, 2006


Emile Robinson and Invitational 2006


Opening Reception: Fay Moore


Invitational 2006


Opening Reception

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