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  • Photography of Giannavola Now Exhibiting at Arts of UAMS

    • 08.11.2015

    Sam Giannavola August–October, 2015 “I know it’s only rock and roll but I like it……” ……and I also like the blues, jazz and Sinatra.  For the last year or so I have been photographing local musicians in central Arkansas.   These talented, dedicated and creative people have allowed me into their world.  I hope you enjoy […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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. […]

  • A Very Brief Synopsis of “The Blues”

    • 04.1.2013

    A Very Brief Synopsis of “The Blues” – Bruce W. Newton, PhD and Johnpaul Jones UAMS Library, Second Floor Gallery April – June, 2013 “The Blues” originated with sharecroppers in the Mississippi delta and was a hybrid of the field hollers and Griot songs sung by West Africans.  W.C. Handy, “The Father of the Blues,” […]

  • Christina Lee Photographs

    • 07.1.2012

    UAMS Library, Second Floor Gallery July – September, 2012 I can remember loving the outdoors from the time I was a small child. My parents took me and my two sisters camping, hiking and fishing throughout our childhood. I grew to have a great appreciation for nature and thus, the majority of my photographs are […]

  • Photographs by Piotr Zimniak

    • 04.1.2012

    April-June, 2012 UAMS Library, Second-Floor Gallery I took my first photograph when I was six years old. Many cameras and even more decades later, I am still doing it. Some claim that a photograph faithfully reflects reality. To me, this is not true. The choice of when and where to take a picture, out of […]

  • Photographs of Africa, Ecuador and Peru

    • 01.1.2012

    January-March, 2012 UAMS Library, Second-Floor Gallery We have wanted to see the world since we were children growing up together as twin sisters in a large family in a small northeast Arkansas town. We traveled very little as children, so we spent our summers at the one-room Lawrence County Public Library reading about other parts […]

  • Landscape and Nature Photographs by Tom Rimmer

    • 11.1.2011

    November – December 2011 Photography has been an interest of mine for a very long time, starting as staff photographer for my junior high school newspaper, but with the advent of digital about ten years ago it has become closer to an obsession. The ease of taking more photos and the power to edit them […]

  • The Photographs of Luke Bennett

    • 05.20.2011

    November 9 – December 31, 2009 UAMS Library, Second Floor Gallery Luke Bennett is a third-year medical student from Harrison, AR. He started taking pictures in 2007 during his senior year at Wheaton College, and has been an active photographer ever since. He enjoys travel and outdoor photography, especially of the Ozarks. Pictures in this exhibit are […]