Paul Caldwell’s photographs go on exhibit tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 24) at Cantrell Gallery in a show called “A Photographic Celebration: The 40th Anniversary of the Buffalo National River.”
Caldwell has been hiking along the Buffalo since the 1970s, before the Buffalo made history with its designation as the first national river in the U.S. In his artist’s statement, he says, “With these photographs I hope to share my vision of the different areas within the Buffalo National River.”
You may be familiar with Caldwell’s mural photographs, both at the Witt Stephens Nature Center on the river and at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
The gallery is hosting a reception tomorrow night from 6-8 p.m. The show runs through Oct. 20.