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Friday, May 20, 2011

Tonight at Thea: Guy Bell and more

Posted By on Fri, May 20, 2011 at 9:37 AM

Guy Bells The Rise of Icharus
  • Guy Bell's "The Rise of Icharus"

Like Ketz Gallery (see previous post), the Thea Foundation will be hopping tonight with sculpture, paintings and performance. Bre and David Harris of Light and Time Design Studio, a foundry in Royal, and THEArtist Guy Bell will have work at Thea (401 Main St.) and Jacob Watson, the winner of a Thea Performing Arts scholarship, will perform.

Harris sculpture, from Light and Time Design
  • Harris sculpture, from Light and Time Design

The Harrises work in bronze, leather, aluminum, steel, wood and glass and are active in the Arkansas Sculptors Guild, which is readying for its annual show June 18-20 in Morrilton. They'll demonstrate technique at the 5-8 p.m. ArtWalk.

Bell is the newest addition to the group of artists whose studios are on the second floor of Thea's building.

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