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Thursday, January 5, 2012

SWOP open at Laman Library

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Neal Harringtons China Red
  • Neal Harrington's "China Red"

The 2012 Small Works on Paper exhibition, featuring work no larger than 24-by-24 inches, has opened at the William F. Laman Public Library at 2801 Orange St., NLR. Forty entries by thirty-nine artists were selected for the show by by juror Marcia Goldenstein, a professor of drawing and painting at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

There will be a reception for the artists Friday from 6-8 p.m.

Purchase awards went to William Barksdale of Cotter; Ginger Grahn of Paragould; Neal Harrington of Russellville; Dennis McCann of Maumelle; Jason McCann of Maumelle, and Mike Means of El Dorado. Other artists with work in the show:

Steve Adair, Jonesboro
John Ahlen, Little Rock
Cindy Arsaga, Fayetteville
David Bell, Little Rock
J.P. Bell, Fort Smith
Lynn Bell, Little Rock
Sheila Cantrell, Batesville
Victor Chalfant, Fayetteville
Lin Chen, Charleston
Brian Cormack, North Little Rock
William R. Detmers, Pine Bluff
Ted Grimmett, Little Rock
Tammy Harrington, Russellville
Steven Jones, Fort Smith
Don House, Fayetteville
Dionne King, Little Rock
Suzanne King, Fort Smith
Vicki Kovaleski, Little Rock
Benjamin Krain, Maumelle
Kimberly Kwee, Little Rock
Don Lee, Fort Smith
Kelly Little, Jonesboro
Sarah Elizabeth Miller, Little Rock
Janet Gade-Malone, Hot Springs
Robert Reep, Little Rock
Tom Richard, Monticello
Charlotte Bailey Rierson, Fairfield Bay
Sabine Schmidt, Fayetteville
Mitchell Wade Skinner, Tucker
Rachel Trusty, Russellville
Kenna Westerman, Little Rock
Steven Wise, Rogers
Emily Wood, Little Rock

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