Robert Lemming's sculpture at HAM.
So much art. So much beer.
Facing off tonight for 2nd Friday Art Night (5-8 p.m.) at the Historic Arkansas Museum
(200 E. Third St.) are hardline abstractions by Louis Watts
and flowing organic-form inspired sculptures by Robert Lemming ("Fucoid Arrangements").
The Marchese Hendricks Project featuring Jessica Lauren will perform live and Bubba's Brewing Co.
will be whetting whistles.
Then, at Arkansas Capital Corp.
(200 River Market Ave.), hoist a brew by Flyway Brewing Co.
at "Naturals," a group show featuring pastels by well-known artist/teacher Virmarie DePoyster,
drawings by UALR artist in residence Heidi Hogden
, portrait artist Logan
Heidi Hogden's graphite drawing at Arkansas Capital Corp.
and Hendrix student Anna Sheals
, all inspired by the natural world.
You may have missed the Butler Center Galleries' “Twists and Strands: Exploring the Edges,”
ceramics by Barbara Satterfield
and jewelry by Michele Fox.
The installation, tucked away in the little mezzanine gallery, combines the woven jewelry of Fox with rock and shell and coral forms created in fired clay by Satterfield (401 President Clinton Ave.) The nearby Cox Creative Center
hosts "Little Rock Young Artists"
and the Matt McLeod Gallery
(108 W. Sixth St.) features work by gallery ar
Barbara Satterfied's "Exploring Edges — Karst" at the Butler Center Galleries.
tists, including David Clemons, Jude Harzer, Wayne Salge, Jeremy Couch
Those last three venues are beer free, but the Old Statehouse Museum
is offering both Salty Dogs — of the musical variety — beer from Stone's Throw Brewing.