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Friday, November 18, 2011

Tonight at Greg Thompson: Horn, Justus

Posted By on Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 3:01 PM

Justus Interwoven
  • Justus' "Interwoven"

Wood sculpture and paintings by Robyn Horn and paintings by Dolores Justus are on exhibit at Greg Thompson Fine Art, open tonight from 5-8 p.m. for Third Friday Argenta ArtWalk.

Horn's wood sculptures include pieces that are intricately stamped, some that swirl, all wonderful. She appears to be working out dimensional issues in her paintings, which are abstract and structured.

Horns Disjointed
  • Horn's "Disjointed"

Justus is showing landscapes in several palettes, including her muted and soft-edged green and gray scenes of marsh and woods and her vibrant and more abstract verticals of bright red and aqua and yellow in upward strokes that recall tree branches. Both artists will give a gallery talk at 1 p.m. Saturday, reservations (920-2778) and $10 required.

The gallery is at 429 Main St., just up the street from the Thea Foundation, which is also open tonight, showing works by Arkansas Children's Hospital patients under the guidance of Hamid Ebrahimifar and Elizabeth Weber.

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