Gallery Walk

It SUMMER VACATION! Time to pull out the white pants and cruise Gallery Walk on Friday, June 4, with most galleries open from 5 – 8 pm.

Held the first Friday of every month since 1989 in its scenic and historic downtown, Hot Springs’ monthly Gallery Walk features the opening of new art exhibitions showcased in downtown fine art galleries and studio spaces. 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 on Friday, June 4th. Please remember to social distance, bring your mask, wash your hands and, of course, enjoy the art. The state-level restrictions may be coming to a close, but we ask that all guests of Gallery Walk respect the wishes of each gallery.

All Things Arkansas – 610 Central Avenue  Artisan Dorothy Northern will be showcasing her spectacular, completely handcrafted jewelry, never before featured in Arkansas.

American Art Gallery and Gifts LLC – 724 Central Avenue
The knife maker Claude Lambert will be present to discuss his new knives, and Ernie Bolieu will show his new jewelry as well as talk on other jewelry designs. Limited edition prints by various artists. Jimmy Leach acrylic work is available also new jewelry and other designs by various artists. Pottery and pine needle baskets by Valerie Hanks-Goetz.

Justus Fine Art Gallery – 827 A Central Avenue The Summer Exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will feature work by Mark Blaney, Robyn Horn, John Lasater, Dennis McCann, Linda Palmer, Tony Saladino, Sandra Sell, Gene Sparling, and others. Come mingle during the Gallery Walk reception.

Gallery Central – 340 A. Central Ave. The gallery features diverse styles and mediums from both Arkansas artists and internationally known artists showcasing original fine art, women’s clothing, gifts, and housewares.

The Warehouse – 301 East Broadway Come join us for a fun-filled evening of live music by Dean Agus & Friends, finger foods, drinks, and art by many talented local artists! Doors open at 5:00.

Whittington Gallery – 307 Whittington Ave. Featuring poet Elmer Beard. Beard is a published author, retired educator and lifelong freedom fighter. Beard, an established author, is making his debut as a published poet in Let Reason Roll: Race, Religion & Reflections. Stop by to meet Elmer Beard.

Dryden Pottery – 341 Whittington Ave Will be exhibiting the paintings of a young Hot Springs artist, Alex Brown. Zack will also be throwing on the wheel.

Artists’ Workshop Gallery – 610 A Central
Artists’ Workshop Gallery is excited to announce that Bonnie Ricci and Pati Trippel will be the Featured Artists for June. Miniature Art Featured Artists for June are Caren Garner and Joanne Kunath.

Legacy Fine Art Gallery 804 Central Ave. Legacy Fine Art Gallery invites everyone to come check out the new Wild Cats by artist Rajendra Singh, fun new party scenes by Carole Katchen and great new racing pieces by Patrick Cunningham!

Kollective Coffee + Tea, 110 Central Avenue Featuring “Work In Progress” by photographer Jeremy Rodgers. Rodgers is a Hot Springs local and established portrait photographer who now uses his love of nature photography as part of his physical rehabilitation after suffering multiple strokes several years ago.

Blue Waters Fine Art & Design – 430 Valley st will not be open for June Gallery Walk

Featured artwork:

“Fuel” by Dennis McCann featured at Justus Fine Art Gallery

Painting by Alex Brown featured at Dryden Pottery

Photography by Jeremy Rodgers featured at Kollective Coffee + Tea