The traveling exhibit “Small Works on Paper” opened Monday in the Norman Hall Gallery, and will run through Oct. 22.
The show is entering its 35th year and each year showcases artwork by Arkansas artists members of the Arkansas Artist Registry. The exhibition travels to at least 10 venues throughout the state in a year-long show.
According to the Arkansas Arts Council, the exhibit’s goal is to allow Arkansans to view artwork they may not have had the opportunity to see.
“I am honored to host as well as being included in such a great exhibition; it is a fantastic touring show that really gets many artists out into the communities of Arkansas,” Neal Harrington, Norman Hall Gallery director, said.
“Small Works on Paper” is a juried visual art exhibition that showcases 2D artwork no larger than 18 by 24 inches.
The following artists were selected to participate in the exhibit: Tony Baker of Little Rock, Win Bruhl of Little Rock, Ian Scott Campbell of Batesville, Gary Cawood, of Little Rock, Susan Baker Chambers of Little Rock, Kinya Christian of Springdale and Taylor Dolan of Fayetteville.
Also participating are Laura Fanning of Little Rock, Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Ike Garlington of Little Rock, Neal Harrington, of Russellville, Tammy Harrington of Russellville, Diana Michelle Hausam of West Fork Crystal Jennings, of Rison Kimiara L. Johnson, of Pine Bluff Stephen Koch, of Little Rock, Pat Langewis of Hot Springs Village, Sandra Marson of Jacksonville and Dennis McCann of Maumelle.
Other participants include Moises Menendez of Magnolia, Cindy Momchilov of Little Rock, Eloa Jane Pereira of Fayetteville, David Rackley of Russellville, Lynn Reinbolt of Searcy, Kendall Schulz of Bentonville and Gary Simmons of Hot Springs.
The gallery is open 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. on weekdays (excluding holidays), but hours may vary due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit www.atu.edu/art/gallery to learn more about Norman Hall Art Gallery.