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The artwork in this gallery is breathtaking. You will find a wide range of sculptures, paintings and drawings by African-American artists. From James Ayers' emotionally-charged works to Euneda Otis' paintings depicting everyday scenes from the lives of Southern African-Americans, these pieces are collector-worthy. A special note: the bookstore sells hard-to-find, out-of-print books by African-American authors, some of which are autographed. The gallery also regularly hosts events. Call or visit its web site for details.
Located in the two-story 1840 Pike-Fletcher-Terry mansion, the Arkansas Arts Center is the cultural focus of Little Rock. Rotating exhibits of paintings, photographs and sculptures feature both local artists and renowned masters. The center boasts an eclectic gift shop, the upscale Best Impressions Restaurant and the Children's Little Theatre, which stages several theatrical productions a year. Check website for details on upcoming events.
The Fine Arts Building at the Arkansas University Avenue has a host of galleries featuring works of established as well as budding Arkansan artists. Three different galleries are located over two floors, hosting varied kinds of work from contemporary to fine art. With a collection of over 600 works scattered around the campus, there's a lot to be appreciated. If that isn't enough, viewing the esteemed works is free of charge! For more information, call or check the gallery website before visiting.
A gallery showcasing artworks by emerging artists, Gallery 360 focuses on contemporary art. Sculpture, paintings and even embroidered artworks are displayed here. Artists are often invited to paint on certain themes and temporary exhibitions displaying the themed artworks are also organized. Established in 1012, the gallery has garnered raves for the great selection of artworks bringing attention to the keen eye of the curator. If you want to understand the local art scene, Gallery 360 is a great place to begin.