- "No Relativity With Singularity"
, a professor of art at the University of Arkansas at Monticello who has exhibited nationally, is the featured artist this month at Blue Moon Gallery in Hot Springs. Tonight is the Spa City's Gallery Walk, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., so catch Richard and his exhibit, "Mr. Frito Lay Explains Color Theory," there, at 718 Central Ave.
- "High and Dry" by Gary Weeter
Gallery 726 (726 Central) also sent out notice of its new exhibit, watercolors by Hot Springs Village artist, architect and ocean-going art instructor Gary Weeter
. Weeter teaches about the Crystal Cruise Line, and his travels provide inspiration for his work. Exhibiting with him are Shirley Anderson, Barbara Seibel, Sue Shields, Caryl Joy Young, Priscilla Cunningham, Trey McCarley, Pati Trippel, Janis Gill Ward, Marlene Gremillion, Charles Riley, Michael Riley
and Ken Vonk.
The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs (626 Central) is showing an exhibit of art inspired by Civil War artifacts. I haven't seen any images from “Civil War — Songs and Correspondences Visualized,” but would like to.