|04/01/21 - 10/02/21|
"Close To Home"
Running from April 1-October 2, "Close To Home" is Fort Smith Museum of History's newest exhibition, a series of watercolor sketches by local artist, Galen Hunter. Wish you were able to view the exhibiton online? You're in luck! Go to galenhunter.com and click on "Boyd Gallery" to view the works displayed in "Close To Home", online. Close to Home is a series of watercolor and pen and ink drawings that captures the mu...
|01/08/21 - 05/16/21|
RAM Annual Invitational
RAM Annual Invitational Exploring Mindscapes: An Artist's Reflection. The isolation experienced by all during the COVID pandemic and the ever-present eyes of social media has caused many to self-reflect on their personal perceptions and experiences. This year's Invitational theme evokes the concept of self-reflection in diverse media and subject matter, as to include all artist expression. Winners will be announced b...
|02/12/21 - 05/23/21|
Dena Creamer: Arkansas Impressions
An amazing show of nature and wildlife photography show by Dena Creamer.
|04/09/21 - 08/06/21|
CALL FOR WORKS - Creative Forces: Honoring Heroes
Veterans and active servicemen and women in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Texas are encouraged to submit artwork for this paramount exhibit featuring art by servicemen and women from across the South-Central United States.
|04/01/21 - 10/01/22|
"Close to Home" Art Exhibition
Close to Home is a series of watercolor and pen and ink drawings that captures the mundane structures and landmark architecture that comprise the built environment in and around Fort Smith. The paintings present a snapshot in time and examine how utilitarian and repurposed structures can be viewed in the same way as formal architecture through the patterns of light and shadows cast by the buildings. The exhibition in...