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Friday, October 14, 2011

Niehues, Harding, Arkansas Pastel Society

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Niehues Warrior
  • Niehues "Warrior"

The Butler Center has three new exhibits opening for tonight's 2nd Friday Art Night event: Baskets by Northwest Arkansas craftsman Leon Niehues, named by the Arkansas Arts Council as an Arkansas Living Treasure in 2005; pinhole photographs by the late Little Rock photographer Thomas Hardin from the Butler Center collection and the Arkansas Pastel Society’s 4th national exhibition, "Reflections in Pastel." The reception is from 5-8 p.m. at the Arkansas Studies Institute.

"The Art of Living," artwork by the Japanese Americans interned at Rohwer during World War II, continues in Concordia Hall.

Dennis McCanns Dueling Dozers in pastel show.
  • Dennis McCann's "Dueling Dozers" in pastel show.

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