Friday, January 11, 2013

Mary Shelton, Sean LeCrone, Rex Deloney, Marty Smith

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Ariston Jacks Lazarus Ascending at Hearne Fine Art
  • Ariston Jack's "Lazarus Ascending" at Hearne Fine Art

Named (respectively) in the headline are just a few of the artists who'll have work at Christ Church, Gallery 221, Hearne Fine Art and the Historic Arkansas Museum at tonight's 2nd Friday Art Night after-hours art event. Also participating: the Butler Center Galleries, with new show "Clinton for Arkansas 1974-1992"; the Courtyard at the Marriott, with members of the ArtGroup Maumelle; and the Old State House, where classical violinist Geoff Roland will play. StudioMain at 1423 Main St. will feature the Pettaway Neighborhood plan.

Other artists whose works are included in Hearne Fine Art's V.I.T.A.L. Collective show “Celebrating Cultures, Liberating Minds” besides Deloney are Melverue Abraham, Ariston Jacks, LeRon McAdoo, LaToya Hobbs and Michael Worsham. Showing with LeCrone at Gallery 221 are Jennifer Cox Coleman, Jennifer “Emile” Freeman, Peggy Roberson, Michael Freeman, Mary Ann Stafford, Laurens Hare, Carolyn Hendrix and Amanda Wyman. “Beyond the Expected: Norwood Creech, Paulette Palmer and Edward Wade Jr.” continues at H.A.M. and the Butler Center Galleries are also featuring the Arkansas League of Artists exhibition and “Solastalgia,” paintings by Susan Chambers and weavings by Louise Halsey.

As always, trolleys will provide free transportation to the various venues tonight.

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