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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Daniel Coston, Barry Lindley, LeeNora Parlor

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Cantrell Gallery is celebrating 40 years in business with an exhibit of work by 30 artists the gallery represents. There LeeNora Parlor's outsider pieces (black and white figures in a world of color), Daniel Coston's fine-brushed landscapes, Warren Criswell's naked people, Barry Lindley's landscapes, John Deering's narrative pieces and sculpture ... and much more. Work by Thom Hall, who is on the cover of this month's Soiree magazine in a piece about the Arkansas Arts Center's 50th anniversary, is featured prominently in the window.

Completing the list of exhibitors are Kae Barron, JP Bell, Becca Bennett, Jerry Burrow, Paul Caldwell, Lange Cheek, Bob Crane, Nathaniel Dailey, Cici Davidson, Debie Deaton, Katrina Dolislager, Ovita Goolsby, Doug Gorrell, Kitty Harvill, Rhonda Hicks, Carole Katchen, Andrew Kilgore, Megan Lewis, Judd Mann, Sarah Merkle, Sarah Noebels, Randy Rhea, Julie Waschka and Virginia Williamson.

The exhibit will be up until Christmas Eve. Cantrell Gallery is 8206 Cantrell, across from Pavilion in the Park.

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