The Arkadelphia artist says she uses work to explore "social and spiritual" matters.
There's something for everyone on a very full night of art-related events.
The 2020 "Small Works on Paper" exhibition opens its yearlong traveling tour at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. Featured artists will speak at the Jan. 9 reception. The show features works no larger than 18-by-24 inches by 35 Arkansas artists. Juror Jamie Adams, associate professor of art at the Sam Fox School of Design and […]
This one’s a pretty straightforward yay or nay; if you hear the first 15 seconds of the track “Closed Eye” and think that’s the sort of sound you want to be physically near, this show will be a ceiling-rattling thrill, with all the urgency of hardcore punk and all the swampy despair of Southern doom metal.
Prismacolor pencil drawings of Arkansas trees and vessels made from Arkansas trees, in the Concordia Gallery.
An exhibit in the Underground Library at the Libraries at Gallery Square celebrates the human form.
The artist addresses dichotomies of good and bad, men and women in this show at the Historic Arkansas Museum.