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Third Friday ArtWalk, cont.: Perren, Justus, Cleary, Smith and many more

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click to enlarge Dolores Justus, "Evening Color," at Greg Thompson Fine Art.
  • Dolores Justus, "Evening Color," at Greg Thompson Fine Art.

Carole Katchen
is not the only featured artist tonight in Argenta, though her work will be at the Argenta Branch of Laman Library and Argenta Gallery. Here's the rest of the lineup for the 5-8 p.m. event in downtown North Little Rock: 

click to enlarge Taimur Cleary's "Station(ary)" at Mugs Cafe.
  • Taimur Cleary's "Station(ary)" at Mugs Cafe.
Art Connection, at 204 E. Fourth St., is showing new paintings, prints, mixed media, zines, and jewelry created by Art Connection teen artistsClaytime Pottery Gallery, 417 Main St., will have pottery for sale. The First Presbyterian Church, 201 W. Fourth, is showing "Pushing the Limits," work by Amy Edgington, Laura Fanning and Michael Church. 

At Greg Thompson Fine Art, 429 Main St., "Southern Landscapes Exhibition" opens with work by Walter Anderson, 
click to enlarge Mesilla Park's "Two River's Dancing Trees" at Mugs Cafe.
  • Mesilla Park's "Two River's Dancing Trees" at Mugs Cafe.
Carroll Cloar, William Dunlap, Charles Harrington, Dolores Justus, Rebecca Thompson and other regional artists. The House of Art, 108 E. Fourth St., has works by Perrion Hurd, Braylan Coffey, Chris James and Marchello Eans. At Mugs Cafe, 515 Main St, is "Over the Influence," featuring recent artworks of University of Arkansas at Little Rock Co-Opt artists Mitch Gathings, Heather Harmon, Jennifer Perren, Katherine Purcell, Mesilla Smith and Spencer Zahrn, as well as paintings by  UALR artist-in-residence Taimur Cleary.

Even the North Little Rock History Commission, 506 Main St., is getting in the act tonight, featuring mixed media works by Jerry Colburn and  live music by Reverse Hombre.

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