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Artist’s Reception – Artists of Northwest Arkansas Members Show

Fox No. 1 (Little Rascal) is on display at the Faulkner Center for Performing Arts, located at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. The artist’s reception is Thursday, March 7 at 6 pm, hosted by the UofA. If you’re able to attend, I’d love to see you there. Here’s the painting of mine (it’s on the last page of the catalog):

Come out and see Fox No. 1 all framed and hanging on the wall at the artists reception for the ANA Member's Show at the Faulkner Center for Performing Arts.
Fox No. 1 “Little Rascal”, all Ozark pigments.

You can see the catalog below with all of the art that was selected to hang for this show. Many of the paintings (including mine) are for sale, so if you’re in the market to find some art, it’s a good time to see a lot of it in one location.

It’s my first art show, and the first artist’s reception I’ve ever attended, so this will be fun… I hope, lol. We’ll see! Hopefully I’ll get lots of more practice at this sort of thing in the future. I’m fairly introverted when it comes to social events, so it’s stretching my envelope to attend. I’d imagine I need to dress up a little… I guess I should get online see what to expect from this sort of event in our area. Most likely, I’ll just take my cues from what the others are doing. Many of my fellow artists in this group are old hats at this. Besides, it’s not like it’s New York City or anything.

Update after the show:

I worry too much. Most of us there were the artists in the show and their guests. I enjoyed talking with people I already knew and really liked getting to meet some I had only known through Facebook or Instagram.

 

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janet
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You’ll be fine, Madison, and I hope you do well. That’s a wonderful paiting.

janet

Barbara
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Barbara

You will do great!

Nancy Hartney
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Nope- not like New York but better cause you can actually get close enough to the painting to see it and to talk with a living breathing artist.

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