Jennifer EMILE Freeman was recently featured in one of our exhibitions at Mugs Cafe. We enjoyed her work tremendously (as did the patrons of Mugs) and asked her if she would like to exhibit a large selection of her works at the Burgundy Hotel. We are happy to say that she said yes!
Check out her stunning classical style paintings now through September 6th. Personal tours are available by RB Fine Art. If interested, please contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour and viewing.
This exhibition features the photographs of John Sykes, Jr. and the paintings of Emily Wood. Both artists tackle the subject of music and movement in their work. John's black and white photographs are of the Arkansas Ballet and Emily's paintings range from dancers at weddings to musicians performing. It's an interesting combination of works that creates a unique look at how we move and sound in our lives.
The exhibition will be up through Wednesday, August 19. So catch it while you can!
Now through August 28th, an exhibition of paintings, photographs, wood turning, and drawings will hang at the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group with an opening reception on July 10th and a closing reception on August 14th. Each artist's works have their own interpretation of the landscape for viewers to enjoy.
See the exhibition during one of the receptions, or by appointment.
Opening Reception: July 10th, 5 to 8 pm
Closing Reception: August 14th, 5 to 8 pm
The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group is located at 200 River Market Ave, Suite 400 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Don't miss either of these great exhibitions at these fantastic venues! Join us for 2nd Friday Art Night at the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group on June 11 from 5 pm to 8 pm. Stop by the Burgundy during normal business hours and enjoy all the great photographs.
Both exhibitions touch on what it means to have ties to Southern roots and have really dynamite images and works in them.
Please contact us if you have any questions! We'll be more than happy to help you in any way we can.
Pictured: (Left) part of Georgia Heat by Diane Harper at the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group, (Right) part of Peggy's Backyard by Heather Canterbury at the Burgundy Hotel
Not able to make the exhibitions in person? You can find an online gallery of all of our current exhibitions here.
We're pleased to announce that Mugs Cafe has joined the group of exhibition program venues that RB Fine Art curates. We won't be building this program from the ground up as Mugs has had a successful exhibition program running for over a year now. Artist and curator Diane Harper has done a fantastic job of building the program and following at Mugs, but when other opportunities came to her, she felt the need to step aside. When she asked us if we'd like to pick up the program, we jumped at the chance!
Mugs Cafe participates in the Third Friday Artwalk in Argenta and we're excited to be a part of that! April is the last official show of Diane's tenure, and we'll be hitting the ground running in May.
Look for more news about this program soon!
We've also just recently added a new 20Minus10 interview to the website! Take a peek at what Tammy had to say about being an artist and creating artwork.
Come out to the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group Friday, April 10th and hear Adam Faucett perform live! Adam was a former student of both Neal Harrington and David Mudrinich, both of whom are currently exhibiting in the Inside the Valley exhibition at the ACCG. Should be a very fun night and I hope you can stop by and see the art and hear some great music!
The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group
200 River Market Ave, Suite 400
5 pm to 8 pm (Adam plays at 6), Friday April 10th.
at the Burgundy Hotel?
We've got a great new printmaking exhibition lined up! It runs March through the end of April. Interested in seeing it? Stop by the Burgundy Hotel and check it out, or contact us about one of our Art Tour + Dinner packages that are available.
Starting in 2015, we're going to be posting interviews with some of the artists we're working with in our exhibition programs. However, we like to keep things interesting, so we're adding a little twist to the process. Instead of just sending a standard set of questions, we're sending out 20 questions pulled from a master list, and asking the artist to answer 10.
We hope that leads to some interesting combinations in the Q&A!!
To find the first set of interviews, hover over the Exhibition Programs tab and you will see the 20minus10 interviews in the menu on the left.
Look out 2015!
We have a fantastic year planned, with a great slate of exhibitions scheduled at the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group and the Burgundy Hotel. Robert is also working hard on new pieces for an upcoming show in May at Gallery 26 in Little Rock, and has shows he'll be participating in at the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group, the Burgundy Hotel, and at Mug's Cafe in North Little Rock. He's also working hard to plan something new for this year's 30 in 30 online sale - but never fear, Cyborg Monday will back again this year!
(If you don't know what Cyborg Monday is, it's Robert's version of Cyber Monday - anyone who buys a piece of art on that Monday gets a free drawing of a cyborg. See the image below to see what one client received for their Cyborg Monday purchase)