Gallery Walk

 

“To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake it is necessary to stand out in the cold.”

– Aristotle

Happy New Year! Gallery Walk is back and ready to start a brand new year.

Held the first Friday of every month since 1989 in scenic and historic downtown Hot Springs, Gallery Walk features the opening of new art exhibitions showcased in the downtown fine art galleries and studio spaces. From contemporary to traditional, the diverse offerings of Gallery Walk’s art and cultural scene make downtown Hot Springs the place to be on the first Friday of each and every month. 

Friday, January 7th, the following galleries will be opening their doors and inviting you to be a part of this sublime 31 year old tradition. Please remember to keep a safe social distance, wear your mask, wash your hands and, of course, enjoy the art. Visit hotspringsarts.org for more information.

 
The following galleries will be open for Gallery Walk on Friday, January 7th
 
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.”

Gallery Central – 340 A. Central Ave. 

The gallery features original fine art in diverse styles and mediums from Arkansas artists as well as internationally known artists; and also carries women’s clothing, gifts, and housewares.

All Things Arkansas – 610 Central Avenue  

Ben Carey has returned to all things Arkansas w his vocals. The gallery features products from Arkansas, made in Arkansas, and relating to Arkansas.

American Art Gallery and Gifts LLC – 724 Central Avenue
American Art Gallery will be closed for construction during January Gallery Walk. 

Justus Fine Art Gallery – 827 A Central Avenue 

The New Year’s Exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery, will feature work by Mark Blaney, Kristin DeGeorge, Mike Elsass, Robyn Horn, Dolores Justus, Michael Francis Reagan, Tony Saladino, Sandra Sell, Gary Simmons, Gene Sparling, Rebecca Thompson, Elizabeth Weber, Steven Wise, and others.

The Warehouse – 301 East Broadway

This pop-up gallery always hosts a fun-filled evening of live music finger foods, drinks, and art by many talented local artists! Doors open at 5:00. 

Esther’s Gallery and Gifts – 305 Broadway St.
 
Stop by Hot Springs’ newest gallery featuring diverse and high-quality art of all genres created by both new and established artists.

 

Featured artwork:

Colony Curl” by Sandra Sell Justus Fine Art Gallery

“What Lies Beneath the Mountain” by Tony Saladino Justus Fine Art Gallery