Thursday, April 3, 2014

Friday: Gallery Walk in Hot Springs

Posted By on Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 2:40 PM

click to enlarge "Sway" by Diana Lynn Garrison
  • "Sway" by Diana Lynn Garrison

Hot Springs has botany on the brain. 

The Hot Spring Fine Arts Center, 626 Central Ave., is showing "From Roots to Leaves," tree-inspired art by dozens of artists from all over the country. The Fine Arts Center doesn't provide a list of artists, but thanks to Diana Lynn Garrison, who friended Eye Candy on Facebook and who posted the invitation to the show on her Facebook page, I can tell you that Arkansans in the show include Win Bruhl, Barbara Cade, Hugh Dunnahoe, Garrisioin, Susan Julie Gonzales, Erin Holiday, Michelle Jones, Sayeed Mehmood, Jim G. Miller, Shannon Pearce, Regan Renfro, Gary Simmons, Paul Swepston, Roxy Rose Wallace and Marjorie Williams-Smith. The show runs through April 29; the Arts Center will be open from 5-9 p.m. Friday night for Gallery Walk. 
click to enlarge "Dance of the Two Sisters" by Rebecca Thompson at Justus Fine Art.
  • "Dance of the Two Sisters" by Rebecca Thompson at Justus Fine Art.
Twigging to the theme, Justus Fine Art is exhibiting its annual "Tree Show," which will feature the work of Steve Griffith, Matthew Hasty, Dolores Justus, Rebecca Thompson and Dan Thornhill at the gallery, 827 Central Ave. It's open for Gallery Walk as well. Other Gallery Walk events:

Sheliah Halderman is showing pastels and Daryl Wedwick is showing watercolors at the Artists Workshop Gallery, 610 A Central Ave.; Suzi Dennis is showing collage paintings in "sUZi mADe" at Blue Moon Gallery, 718 Central Ave.; and Bob Snider is exhibiting paintings at Gallery Central, 800 Central Ave.





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