John Lasater of Siloam Springs says his work is a “language for my gratitude” of the blessings of life. Justus Fine Art Gallery will show what Lasater means when it highlights his work in an exhibition that opens Friday, May 3, with the Hot Springs Gallery Walk, 5-9 p.m.
The May show will also feature cyanotypes by Beverly Buys, architectural paintings by Jeri Hillis, abstract paintings by Sammy Peters, landscapes by Matthew Hasty, wood sculpture by Robyn Horn and Sandra Sell, turned wood by Gene Starling and work by other artists.
Lasater, who also teaches, has been the subject of articles in Southwest Art and Plein Air Magazine as well as other art periodicals.
Justus Fine Art, 827 A Central Ave., is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wed.-Sat.
Image: “Arkansas Light,” (c) John Lasater

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