Sunday, March 4, 2007

Gallery Walk of Hot Springs, March 2nd

Greetings Artists and Art Patrons:

Last night in down town Hot Springs for the First Friday Gallery Walk the City was alive with people. The weather was awesome and I got to meet a lot of very nice art patrons and people. First stop was Gallery Central where I talked with featured Artist Sue Norton-Kent whose long neck ladies were dazzling. Next stop was Legacy Fine Art Gallery where I had a very interesting conversation about world travel and tribal music with Artists D. Arthur and Lisa Wilson who have created individual as well as joint pieces that are simply amazing. My last stop was the Artists Workshop Gallery, a co-op owned by about 20 artists, where I had talked with the featured artist Larry Cloyes who works in pastels and other mediums to create vivid horizons in landscapes.

All in all an exciting time was had by all as we perused the streets of beautiful down town Hot Springs. You will not want to miss the First Friday Gallery Walk in Hot Springs as spring arrives there are many galleries to visit, excellent restaurants with outstanding cuisines and numerous sites to take in. The night life is as exciting as you want to make it.

This Friday is the monthly 2nd Friday Art Night so be sure to join us as we take in the Galleries in beautiful down town Little Rock via the Little Rock Trolley system. You can also visit the historic Kodak Camera exhibit from the collection of Bob Bumgardner at the Historic Arkansas Museum where there will be live music by Cliff and Ken, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, espresso provided by SaraLee and Lavazza Espresso. I will be sure to look for you there.
Lyle Cogbill

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