Fine Art Galleries

Be sure to visit the local fine art galleries in Downtown Hot Springs Art Galleries.

Participating galleries include:

American Art Gallery

724 Central Ave.

501-624-0550

americanartgalleryandgifts.com

Exhibiting art by local, regional, and national artists. Two floors, over 4,000 sq. ft. of fine art. Gallery II: Thomas Kinkade Showcase Gallery. Hours: Mon. – Sat., 10-5.

Artists Workshop Gallery

610A Central Ave.

501-623-6401

artistsworkshopgallery.com

A fine art cooperative exhibiting original works of 30 local artists. Featuring traditional paintings to contemporary abstracts, pottery, jewelry, fused glass, miniature paintings, scarves, woodturning, sculpture, and photography. Established 1990. Hours: Mon. – Sat., 10-5; Sun. 12-5.

Dryden Pottery

341 Whittington Avenue

www.drydenpottery.com

With over 74 years of research and development, the 3rd generation owner features in-house formulated glazes and custom blended clay combined to create a finished quality that is easily recognizable as “Dryden.”

Esther’s Gallery & Gifts

3050 Broadway

(501) 762-9386

Elegant and urban, Esther’s is an ever-changing gallery featuring work from many local and regional artists including sculpture, painting, jewelry and gifts. 

Gallery Central

340A Central Avenue

501-318-4278

gallerycentralfineart.com

Featuring internationally recognized artist Daniel Mark Cassity, named an “Artist to Watch” by Southwest Art Magazine, along with showcasing 35 outstanding artists, from impressionists to contemporary acrylics and oils, pottery, blown glass chandeliers, and sculptures. Hours: Mon. – Sat., 10-5.

Justus Fine Art Gallery

827 A Central Ave.

501-321-2335

justusfineart.com

Justus Fine Art Gallery features the original work of respected artists including: Kari Albright, Michael Ashley, Dustyn Bork, Beverly Buys, Taimur Cleary, Donnie Copeland, Kristin DeGeorge, Virmarie DePoyster, Mike Elsass, Robert Fogel, Jennifer Libby-Fay, Randall M. Good, Matthew Hasty, Jeri Hillis, Robyn Horn, Don House, Dolores Justus, Jill Kyong, John P. Lasater IV, Gerri Much, Charles Peer, Sammy Peters, Laura Raborn, Jason Sacran, Tony Saladino, Sandra Sell, Gary Simmons, Gene Sparling, Rebecca Thompson, Dan Thornhill, Emily Wood, and others. Paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photography, jewelry, and more are offered. New exhibits are hung monthly. Hours: Wed. – Sat., 10-5 and by appointment.

Legacy Fine Art Gallery

804 Central Ave.

501-762-0840

lfagallery.net

Legacy Fine Art Gallery is a completely renovated gallery featuring incredible works by local, national, and international artists such as Carole Katchen, Byron Taylor, Ed Pennebaker, Vangelis, Desjardins, and many more. Open during Gallery Walk and by appointment.

Loi’s Fine Art Gallery

907 Central Ave.

501-623-6228

Come enjoy a cup of tea with Dawn and Loi Nguyen at Loi’s Fine Art.  Since the mid-1980’s their studio has been located at 907 Central Avenue, downtown across from the Landmark Building. They feature contemporary and modern art paintings and custom framework.  Loi studied in Vietnam and has commissioned thousands of art pieces throughout his lifetime.  He has lived in Hot Springs since 1975 and is able to sculpt, paint and draw anything your heart may desire.  Currently open by appointment only.

Riley Art Glass

710 West Grand

(501) 318-6193

www.rileyartglass.com

Every piece made by hand one at a time using old techniques with new flare to create one of a kind art glass. Every piece is unique and signed by the artists! Currently open by appointment.

Whittington Gallery

307 Whittington Ave.

501-607-0214

Facebook: Whittington Gallery / Studios

Whittington Gallery & Studios is a laid back gallery exhibiting the work of 38 local artists in a 5,000 sq. ft. gallery space. Featuring oil and acrylic paintings, pastels, watercolor, pottery, jewelry, wooden bowls, photography, and more. Hours: Mon. – Fri.,9-3; Sat. from 10-4.

Wrapped Gift Boutique

404 Central Avenue

(501) 359-3142

www.wrappedarkansas.com

Hot Springs newest gallery features fine art and gifts. Hot Springs artist Allison Parson’s originals and prints as well as glasswork by The Riley Brothers are featured in the beautiful downtown shop. Wrapped is the perfect stop for a treasured souvenir or the perfect gift.  

In addition to galleries, the first Friday evening of each month, downtown businesses stay open late and some even host pop-up exhibitions featuring guest artists.  Each month is new and exciting! Visit the Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliance Facebook page for monthly events.