Gallery Walk

Enjoy the beautiful holiday lights of historic downtown Hot Springs during Gallery Walk on Friday, December 4. Gallery Walk features the opening of new art exhibitions showcased in fine art and pop-up galleries. From contemporary to traditional, the diverse offerings of Gallery Walk arts and cultural scene place Hot Springs as the place to be the first Friday of each month.
The following galleries will be open for Gallery Walk, please remember to social distance and wear your mask.
Dryden Pottery – 341 Whittington Avenue. 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 Central Avenue. Featuring fine art and fashion. Art by James Hayes, Bob Snider, Lee Gibson Art, Paige Morehead Salyer, Amy Hill Imler, Janis Higdon, Houston Llew Spiritiles, Polly Cook, Janis Polychron, Beth Gandy, Sandy Newberg, Jennifer Wilson, Mary Fischer, and Ashley Benton

All Things Arkansas – 610 Central Avenue. Featuring art and products from Arkansas, made in Arkansas, and relating to Arkansas. Join them this Friday for wine and refreshments, and enjoy hearing Ben Carey live!
American Art Gallery and Gifts LLC– 724 Central Avenue. Claude Lambert will be in gallery for Gallery Walk to discuss his knives. Ernie Bolieu will show his jewelry and talk on Southwest Jewelry by various artist. Christmas art prints by various artist.
Justus Fine Art Gallery – 827 A Central Avenue. Featuring a selection of work by Michael Ashley, Beverly Buys, Donnie Copeland, Mia Hall, Matthew Hasty, Jeri Hillis, Robyn Horn, Dolores Justus, John Lasater, Linda Palmer, Sammy Peters, Tony Saladino, Sandra Sell, Gene Sparling, Dan Thornhill, and Elizabeth Weber. An outstanding selection of original paintings will be featured during the exhibit, along with wood sculptures by Robyn Horn and Sandra Sell. Wood-turned vessels by Gene Sparling will also be highlighted, with a selection of new ceramics by Michael Ashley. Original jewelry by Amanda Heinbockel, Amy Wells, and others will also be on display.

The Warehouse – 301 East Broadway. Christmas shopping with local artists including Richard Stephens, Stevie Spargo and many others. This pop up event will be open 6-9pm and includes live music by Dan Agus and Ken Lambert.

Art Original-ly, 3911 Central Ave., Suite D, next to Weldon’s Meat Market
Hot Springs’ newest gallery is a unique art gallery that represents the original artwork of several Arkansas Artists including Rick VanHook and Kelly VanHook both of Searcy, AR. Also Buddy Whitlock of Bentonville, AR and a photographer, Tim Donar of Conway, AR. The gallery has a large variety of artwork and artful gifts, prints, and prints on metal.

Blue Waters Fine Art – 430 Valley Street. Open for Gallery Walk 5-7 pm. Just in time for Christmas, sales up to 50% off on many pieces. The gallery also shows gallery owner Laura Blue Waters as well as works by regional, national and international artists.

Art Angels Pop-Up Gallery at Lagniappe Shoppe, 811 Grand Avenue. Art Angels on the Avenue celebrate the holidays with a special Gallery Walk featuring Lori Arnold, Suzie Burch, Alison Parsons and Erma Steelsmith. Visit them and see their work at Grand Lagniappe (the Purple House) 811 West Grand Ave.

Artists’ Workshop Gallery, 610 A Central Avenue (Virtual only)

Linda Shearer and Dianne Morgan will be December’s Featured Artists. In December Linda will be exhibiting traditional and contemporary Chinese Brush landscapes, vibrant florals, and birds with character and humor. She will also be displaying several acrylic paintings on canvas and miniature paintings on easels. Dianne works in acrylics, oils, watercolors and polymer clay. The soft, luminous edges created by the blending and movement of color can be seen throughout her work.

Featured artwork:
“A Silent Song Heard” by Elizabeth Weber (c) at Justus Gallery
Hot Springs High ornament by Alison Parsons at Art Angels
“Christmas Flowers” by Richard Stephens can be found at The Warehouse