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Friday, March 21, 2014

Tonight: Cloar, 'Breaking Eggs'

Posted By on Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 11:39 AM

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Argenta ArtWalk tonight
, from 5-8 p.m. in downtown North Little Rock, will highlight work by Carroll Cloar at Greg Thompson Fine Art, the Art Bunch at Mugs, the resident artists of The Creative Space and the students of the Art Connection.

The Thompson gallery's "Carroll Cloar: A Road Less Traveled," 429 Main St., is complementary to the large exhibit at the Arkansas Arts Center, "Crossroads of Memory: Carroll Cloar and the American South." 

Stephen Cefalo, Carla McGoldrick, and Maddie Robinson will show paintings at the Creative Space, 108 E. Fourth St. The Art Connection is a block further east, at 204 E. Fourth.

Mugs Cafe, 515 Main St., is full of Beans (as in Robert) and other Art Bunch artists, Christie Young, Emily Wood, Michael Warrick, Denise White, Dan Thornhill, Dominique Simmons, M.J. Robbins, Ruth Pasquine, Bonnie Nickol, Marty Justice, Jeannie Hursely, Marianne Hennigar, Diane Harper, Judith Faust, V.L. Cox and Fran Austin
The Thea Foundation, 401 Main, will also be open, and exhibiting art by elementary school students from Central Arkansas, under the aegis of Arkansas Art Educators.

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