February Gallery Walk is the 5th from 5-9 p.m. Featuring 30% off Jimmy Leach originals. Southwest Jewelry by various artist. Valentines Day is approaching, get a unique gift for someone special.
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September 4 from 5-9 p.m. Gallery Walk featuring Jimmy Leach and our Gallery Artist-Bill Sorrells, Caren Garner, and new South west Jewelry. A great time to shop for Christmas Gifts and visit with friends.
Bill Sorrells has been drawing and painting since childhood. He led a nomadic and sometimes Chaotic life until age 30. Mr. Sorrells spent the last 28 years juggling careers as a Computer Aided Designer, college professor, artist and musician. Mr. Sorrells has arrived at a point in his life where he can apply himself fully […]
Caren Garner Watercolors, Acrylics, Mixed Media & Collage Caren Garner has been painting for over 30 years. She has studied with numerous artists in workshops and classes both in Arkansas and during her stay in Washington DC. Her work is on display in both private and corporate collections around the country including work done for […]
“I work with the wood, never against it. Nature dictates certain designs that cannot be altered without total destruction of nature’s own art forms. I’ve learned to work with nature on her own terms. In return, I have been rewarded with the satisfaction of uninhibited works of art. Have I turned the perfect piece? I […]
Valerie Hanks-Goetz is a Native American, Muscogee Tribe of Florida living in Arkansas. Valerie’s passion to find art in unusual places has grown from the Muscogee belief that everything has a purpose and nothing should be wasted. Taking something readily available and creating eco-friendly art with function and artistic beauty. Valerie lives on Wye Mountain […]
Karyl Hawkins lives in the Boston Range of the Ozark Mountains. Karyl throws and glazes their pottery. She graduated from Northeast Missouri State University in 1982 with a degree in Fine Arts. She was born and raised in Galesburg, Ill., but now considers Arkansas her home.
Thomas Kinkade, known as “The Painter of Light,” is U.S.’s most collected living artist. He comes from a modest background and emphasizes simple pleasures and inspirational messages through his paintings. He is a devout Christian and uses his gift as a vehicle to communicate and spread inherent life-affirming values. Source: ThomasKinkade.com
Artist Sue Coon was born in Crossett, Arkansas and reared in Monroe, Louisiana. She as a BSE from UCA at Conway, Arkansas and a MSE from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Sue taught 16 years at Southwest Jr. High School and 8 years at Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. Sue has taught […]
“I believe in the beauty of all the creations of nature and the wonder of bringing it to the medium of oil on canvas for all to enjoy. Margaret Kipp was born in Mansfield, Ohio, but her family movied to southwestern Kentucky in the late 1940s when she was very young. She and her husband […]