Where has the time gone today! Starting RIGHT NOW (really at 5 p.m.), galleries downtown are serving up wine and whatever for 2nd Friday Art Night. Check these out:
ALA artist Sandy Barksdale, at the Butler Center.
BUTLER CENTER GALLERIES
, 401 President Clinton Ave.: Annual juried Arkansas League of Artists
exhibition, 42 works.
GALLERY 221 & ART STUDIOS 221,
Pyramid Place: New works by Tyler Arnold, also work by Kathi Couch, Gino Hollander, Greg Lahti, Mary Ann Stafford, Byron Taylor,
sculpture by Siri Hollander
, jewelry by Rae Ann Bayless, Sean LeCrone, Emile
and Brenda Fowler.
In "All that I Am: A Retrospective," Work by Aj Smith at Hearne Fine Art.
HEARNE FINE ART,
1001 Wright Ave.: “All That I Am: A Retrospective,”
works on paper by Aj Smith, artist’s talk 6:30 p.m.
HISTORIC ARKANSAS MUSEUM
Cypress poles in fog, by Jack Kenner
, 200 E. 3rd St.: “Disciplined Inspiration,”
photographs by Jack Kenner
, art glass by Ed Pennebaker
; “40 Years of the Arkansas Times,"
with music by Finger Food.
OLD STATE HOUSE MUSEUM
, 300 W. Markham: Music by Big Silver
on the lawn, 5:30-8 p.m. Sept. 12, 2nd Friday Art Night; “Different Strokes,” the history of bicycling and places cycling in Arkansas, featuring artifacts, historical pictures and video, through February 2016; “Lights! Camera! Arkansas!”, the state’s ties to Hollywood, including costumes, scripts, film footage, photographs and more, through March 1, 2015. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m. Sun. 324-9685.