Friday, December 21, 2012

Art Connection, Greg Thompson, Thea Center

Posted By on Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 10:34 AM

Bundle up and trundle to downtown North Little Rock from 5-8 p.m. tonight for the Argenta ArtWalk, where there will be lots of art by students and pros alike.

Robert Rector, Twist of Fate
  • Robert Rector, "Twist of Fate"

Paintings by Memphis artist Pinkney Herbert, Louisiana artist Robert Rector, and Arkansas artists James Hendricks, Robyn Horn, Sammy Peters and Shannon Rogers are on exhibit at Greg Thompson Fine Art, 429 Main, in a show titled "Southern Abstraction." The gallery will also feature Amy Bell with Dimestore Diamonds and Annamary Thompson with Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Sandy Simmons, 12th grade, Rector High School, Cotton Kaleidoscope
  • Sandy Simmons, 12th grade, Rector High School, "Cotton Kaleidoscope"

“Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum Student Exhibition,” 75 works by students 9th through 12th grades in and near Piggott, is at the Thea Center, 401 Main, and the gallery at the Art Connection, 204 E. 4th St., will feature work by the North Little Rock high school students who are part of the teen work program. It will be the second show for the Art Connection students; they sold 40 of 53 paintings at their inaugural show in November. You might want to take a checkbook with you. (The Art Connection is featured in this week's "Big Ideas" issue of the Times.)

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