Little Rock Artists Shine in 2015

There is a lot going on for Little Rock artists these days. If you haven’t been paying attention here are some things you might have missed. Everything from the arts center moving to a new gallery. We hope to see more activity like this besides the other artistic expressions like the recent film festivals, artwalks, and booths at the farmer’s market and in the River Market pavilion. If you haven’t visited all the awesome art gallery’s around town or in the state you are in for a real treat. You could be busy all summer and fall just trying to take in all the sites downtown.

Satterfield’s art shown at ACCG in Little Rock

The ceramic work of Conway Artist Barbara Satterfield is featured in a group show at the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group headquarters in Little Rock during May and June. “Southern Curiosities” features examples of …

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North Little Rock mayor confirms talks about Arkansas Arts Center

With news now trickling out about an idea to move the Arkansas Arts Center to North Little Rock as part of a downtown arts development, North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith has now issued his first specific confirmation of the …

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New Art Gallery in Little Rock Coming Soon

McLeod Fine Art, 108 W. Sixth. On the ground floor of the Main Street Lofts (and around the corner from Cranford Co.) Matt McLeod, who is also painting a mural on the side of Bennett’s new location at 608 Main St., will represent both known and emerging artists (and his own work) at his 1,000-square-foot gallery. He’ll also have another 1,000 square feet of exhibit space in the hallway entrance to his gallery and the Main Street Lofts.

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Karen Skipworth, Little Rock Artist, Launches New Site

Karen Skipworth is the real deal when it comes to Little Rock artists. She offers original landscape prints for sale from her new site and insights on painting, growing up and living in the Rock, and what artistic expression means to her. Her work was recently shown at the local library. You can learn more about her and her paintings at