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Ashley, Cleary, Wood, Justus, Delavan, all on Independence Eve

Posted By on Fri, Jul 3, 2015 at 6:07 AM

click to enlarge Emily Wood, "Uncle Mike"
  • Emily Wood, "Uncle Mike"
Justus Fine Art, 827 A Central Ave., is just one of Hot Springs' galleries that are warming up for the Fourth with the Gallery Walk 5-9 p.m. tonight, July 3, but it will have lots to spark interest: The month's featured work is pottery by Michael Ashley, paintings by Taimur Cleary, Emily Wood and Dolores Justus, and wood sculpture by Robyn Horn.

Over at Allison Parsons Gallery, 802 Central Ave., the kinetic mobiles of Gerald Lee Delavan will be on exhibit along with Parsons' work. At the Hot Springs Fine Arts Center, 826 Central Ave., art inspired by the radio celebrates KUHS 97.9, Hot Springs' community radio station. Gallery Central, 800 
click to enlarge Dennis McCann painting, at Gallery Central.
  • Dennis McCann painting, at Gallery Central.
Central Ave., has new paintings by Trey McCarley, Dennis McCann and Heike Talburt. 


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