β’β’ The Al Hooks Signature Gallery
A fresh perspective is offered in the work of photo artist Al Hooks. With the gallery's opening in May, the artist has tucked himself into the vibrant downtown scene, filling the gallery with unique works shot in Eureka Springs as well as photos taken in trips back to the Gulf Coast -- Hooks' home until Katrina drove him inland.
"Life after Katrina was an opportunity to start anew," Hooks said of making his way to Eureka Springs. For someone who grew up in the French Quarter of New Orleans, the eclectic, colorful and artistic town fits his own personality like a glove. 7 Center St.
A Cure for BTDT (Been There Done That) Syndrome, this wondrous Hub of Imagination is simmering and popping with ideas being born. A group of eight unique buildings house the studio-galleries of a varied assortment of off-beat, laughing, creative, optimistic artists. Observe as they splash on some paint, ink the plates, roll the presses, carve antler, scrimshaw ancient bones, get muddy, and razzle-dazzle you with beauty of all kinds. The artists are happy to pause in their play to answer your questions about process, muses and purchases. The finished art is displayed with care in the very space where it was formed. Participate and explore this interactive sculpture. The Art Colony brings together the Creative Spirit, as creators, admirers and collectors mingle amidst the art studios. Join in a lively discussion by the refreshment stand, listen to live music performed on the Hayloft Stage, play some bocce ball. Buy some fine and functional art to enhance your life or give to a loved one. A visit to the Art Colony will enrich your spirit, refresh your senses, awaken your delight! Inspire your Inner Artist today. 185 N. Main St.
features fine art and crafts by local and regional artists. More than 90 artists are represented in an eclectic mix of media -- oil, water and acrylic paintings, art glass, pottery, contemporary sculpture, photography and native wood boxes. 150 N. Main St.
hits contemporary art on many different levels, from vibrant and fun to subtle and profound. The gallery features atmospheric light boxes from Spain, pewter, pottery and jewelry created with semi-precious gems from all over the world, friendly personal service, French soaps, organic essential oils and floral waters, candles and inspirational notecards. 137 Spring St.
Artists JD and Cathy Harris have transformed a sadly dilapidated historic home into a showplace of art, architecture and gardening. JD is a master sculptor and Cathy works in stained glass -- it's a marriage made in... you guessed it! This is a place to be experienced and savored.184 N. Main.
offers art lovers an eclectic range of art and fine crafts, showcasing the fine works of many local, regional and national artists. Fine jewelry, hand-thrown pottery, art glass, contemporary metal sculpture. 8 Spring St.
is located in the heart of gallery row. This delightful little shop features 50 local and regional artisans. Artist and owner Nancy Wines showcases her Crystal Vision Jewelry line. Hand-painted porcelain, exotic masks, silk garments and more. 77 Spring St.
Showing a diverse collection of nationally known and local artists that encompasses oils, acrylics, watercolors, fibers, wildlife art, pottery, glass and art jewelry.βThe Gallery is located at 3185 E. Van Buren (across from Trolley Stop #25 on Highway 62 on the east side of town).β Ample parking and easy access.
Visit artists Laura Waters and Jim Wallace in their working studio showroom where the couple create wheel-thrown, wood-fired stoneware that ranges from dinnerware to large jardinieres and outdoor water features. Located 1/4 mile off US62W on Blue Spring Rd.
Featuring both exquisite original art and funky, elegant home decor for those whose home is their canvas, and art collectors, alike. We offer a wonderful selection of hand-printed black & white photography, and original paintings and mixed media creative works, as well as uniquely beautiful occasional furniture and home accessories. We have the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list.
is the oldest surviving gallery in Eureka Springs and offers an assortment of prints, posters and original art by local artists, including a limited supply of works by the late WPA artist Glenn Gant, Louis and Elsie Freund and Thomas R. Thomas. Special services offered when the need for framing arises.
Add a bit of the arts to your visit to the Crescent Hotel. While browsing through the collection of glass, pottery and wall art or picking out a favorite piece of handmade jewelry, be sure to let your eyes wander up to the collection of moons painted on the ceiling of the Bella Luna Room. 75 Prospect Ave.
features original paintings by folk artists Blakeley and Sylvia Wilson, hand-painted furnishings, limited edition prints and primitives. Blakeley's designs are now available in a full decorator line. Located in the Flat Iron building. 23 Spring St.
is a contemporary fine craft and art gallery specializing in American art glass along with silver and gold jewelry, sculpture, and two dimensional works by more than 130 local, regional and national artists. Featuring a very fine cat Leo who greets you at the door. 67 Spring St.