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Eyes, lips, stars, magic and silver at Argenta ArtWalk

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click to enlarge "Commenter," John Harlan Norris, at Greg Thompson Fine Art.
  • "Commenter," John Harlan Norris, at Greg Thompson Fine Art.
Here's the rundown for tonight's Argenta ArtWalk from 5-8 p.m. in downtown North Little Rock: 

Argenta Gallery, 413 and 413 B Main St.: "Lend Me Your Eyes," work by UALR graduating BFA students and upper-level students from Art Connection. 

Greg Thompson Fine Art, 429 Main St.: "Magic Realism," work by Donald Roller Wilson, Carroll Cloar, Al Allen, Edward Rice, Glennray Tutor, Bill Dunlap, John Harlan Norris, Joseph Piccillo, Richard Jolley, Kendall Stallings, James Bonner and Shelia Cotton; and "Silverpoint, the Evocative Medium," featuring works by local and national silverpoint artists, including Aj Smith and Marjorie Williams-Smith.

Mugs Cafe, 515 Main St.: "From Stars to Sidewalks" features work by printmakers Regan Renfro and Jorey May.

NLR History Commission: New works by Tim Jacob and invitation to paint.  

House of Art, 108 E. 4th St.: Art, spoken word, and an epic open mic at 8 p.m. with Damarcus Thememusiq Pettus.

Art Connection, 204 E. 4th St.: New paintings, prints, mixed media and jewelry by teen artists.

First Presbyterian Church, 201 W. 4th St.: New works by artist/photographer Laura Morris.

Claytime Gallery, 417 Main St.: Pottery demonstration, show and sale.

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