This small south Arkansas city was once one of the top oil producers in the nation.
Tonight's Gallery Walk in Hot Springs should be pretty lively, with lots of new artists on exhibit at galleries on and just off Central Avenue. Here goes:
Gerald Lee Delavan's kinetic mobile structures are featured at Alison Parsons Fine Art (802 Central Ave.) in a show titled “In Perfect Balance-Metals in Motion.” Delavan, a guest artist in Parsons' gallery, uses natural materials such as geodes and semiprecious stones, custom lamp glass beads and found objects on frameworks of aluminum and copper tubing and wiring.
Gallery Central's featured artist for December is watercolorist Charles Harrington, and the gallery is also showing paintings by Jacqueline Ellens, Janis Wylie and Jennifer Wilson. (800 Central Ave.)
Multimedia media collages by Kelly Moran, the featured artist, as well as ceramics by Polly Cook, Nat Mitchell and John Wolfe; photographs by Thomas Petillo, Chuck Dodson and Marcus Menefee, and paintings by Warren Criswell, John Robinette, Darrell Loy Scott, Daniel Mark Cassity, James Wu and others, are on exhibit at Taylor's Contemporanea (204 Exchange St.)
Dolores Justus Fine Art (827 A Central) is featuring new paintings by Rebecca Thompson and Justus, along with new jewelry and Christmas ornaments by Kari Albright and Jay Justus.
Artchurch (301 Whittington) and the Fine Arts Center are hosting group shows "Wintertide."
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