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  • Jones and Baker Exhibit in Library’s Arts of UAMS April – May, 2015

    • 04.8.2015

    Johnpaul Jones and Max L. Baker will exhibit April – May, 2015 in the UAMS Library Gallery, EDII Building. The exhibit is free and open to the community. Jones and Max’s artist statement reads: John Steinbeck, in his depression era novel, The  Grapes of Wrath, named US Route 66 the “Mother Road.”  Originally commissioned in […]

  • J. Holt now exhibiting in the Decorative Arts Gallery

    • 01.7.2015

    Julie Holt Decorative Arts Gallery January—February, 2015   I am a visual artist living and working in Little Rock. Inspiration, for much of my work, comes from color, animals & nature, pattern, travel, and daily rituals. My paintings end up on many surfaces. In this body of work, I used canvas, paper, and the traditionally […]

  • Bingham Exhibits in Library’s Arts of UAMS

    • 01.7.2015

    Marcia Roles Bingham will exhibit January – February, 2015 in the UAMS Library Gallery, EDII Building. The exhibit is free and open to the community. Bingham’s artist statement reads: Painting and creating are like breathing and eating to me—they are essential. I have drawn since my earliest memories. This sketching and drawing, almost every moment, […]

  • D. Williams now exhibiting in the Decorative Arts Gallery

    • 10.7.2014

     Donnell Williams Metal Art and Fused Glass Designer October – December, 2014   I began my career as a metal artist twenty years ago, at the Arkansas Art Center. Although I have studied art in college but nothing gave me that hand on training, like the Arkansas Art Center. The Arkansas Art Center inspired me […]

  • Photography of Robert & Richard Williams in the Library Oct-Dec, 2014

    • 09.19.2014

    STATEMENT OF THE PHOTOGRAPHERS These photographs were not intended to represent a single theme. Instead, they seek to illustrate several different themes: The largest group might be called “Modern Graffiti” because all of the photographs explore the idea of converting buildings into art objects, not through their architecture but by painting on the exterior walls. […]