Northwest Arkansas artist Karrie Evenson describes her style as whimsical and illustrative. From the hills of Arkansas, Evenson returns to Artsfest on Walnut for a fifth year on May 6 and 7—one of more than 140 artists from around the country.
Christians in Visual Arts (CIVA) hosts an exhibit featuring paintings by Rudolph Bostic, an "outsider" artist who lives in Savannah, Georgia. He is a self-taught folk artist who paints scenes inspired by Biblical stories. It is entitled "Cardboard Chronicles" - as the name implies he uses very humble materials such as cardboard for his "canvases". This exhibit will run from May 5- June 21 at All Saints Church on Galloway.
Elliott, Robinson & Company is continuing to exhibit the art of Meike Aton and her students from thru April 2017.
SRAC member artist Susie Shape is showing her largest solo exhibit to date at The Tower Club, February 21-May 7, 2017. The exhibit is open to the public.
Keep your creative juices flowing with Alicia Farris' "Brush Up" sessions every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.
Keep those brushes wet and those creative juices flowing with bi-weekly “Brush-Up” classes! All adults who have taken one or more SRAC watercolor or acrylic workshops from Alicia are welcome to participate in any or all Brush-Up sessions, where Alicia will provide a set-up to paint, demonstrate a technique, or provide time to work on personal painting projects. Students benefit from one-on-one instruction and critique, as well as group critiques, in order to continue to develop personal painting styles.
2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month
Opening Night is March 3, 2017 from 6–10pm at Obelisk Home
Show runs through end of March
“Color is the first thought before the brush hits the canvas. Blue is what soothes the soul, red adds spice, a wide swish begins the movement. Let the color take you… Go forward… Make a mark. Leave enough room for you to wonder. Let the color rush over you. Breathe.”