Adrielle Loves Art.
This video. Sweet and adorable.
When told of winning in the Baptist Medical Center’s Art Contest beautiful Adrielle, stunned her parents., Elvis.
Video shows Elvis talking to his oldest daughter.
We hope you love her as much as we love her.
This Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Kep Croft will be giving out treats to her four-legged friends.
Photo above: Parilee Croft and her beloved KEP, Art on the Green’s mascot. Today Kep is in a BumbleBee costume,
wonder what she will wear tomorrow?
Stop by anytime between 2PM and 5PM.
About the photo above:
We have espresso and treats for Kep’s two legged friends too!
Call 501.205.1922 for more information.
Art on the Green has joined Baptist Health Medical Center, Conway for the 2016 Community Art Contest.
Packets will be available October 27th in Art on the Green.
For more information, contact Kelly Booy/501.205.1922
or click here.
Check out ArkansasWomenBloggers.com –today is Wordless Wednesday and what speaks silently better than ART? If you enjoy, please share with friends. Thank you.
“Red Tail” oil on board
10″x8″ unframed, 16″x14″ framed
Artist John P. Lasater IV
We surprised Carolyn Baker with the Birthday song this morning.
She is amazing.
Video shows the Booy children who are ADORABLE.
Art on the Green is closing to Celebrate our Freedom’s on July 4th.
Happy Fourth of July to all.
“Evening Cup” (acrylic) 16″ x 20″
Artist Tim Jacob
— We have updated guidelines for accepting new art. We ask you follow these to give us a more streamlined opportunity to view and accept new art and artists.
1. Please email me, Brenda@artonthegreen.net AND Assistant Gallery Director — firstname.lastname@example.org and include photos of your art – do not need to be hi-res initially — along with your biography, website and any additional information to tell us who you are.
2. One of us will reply as soon as possible. No later than two weeks upon receipt.
3. Upon confirmation and acceptance of art, we will schedule a meeting with you and our team.
4. We want to pay special attention to ‘titles’ of paintings — art lovers love great titles.
5. Art will not be put on the wall until our contract is signed and we have taken photos, and entered into our data base. This includes your biography.
7. Please visit often, however please, please do not bring your art to us if we have not scheduled a time to meet. This is because we cannot give the attention to your work it deserves.
7. Thank you for respecting our desire to better serve you and our buyers.
8. We hope you will visit often and become acquainted with our artists, our classes. Have a cup of coffee and read one of our many art books.
9. We hope we are a creative haven for artists, so don’t be a stranger!
*Classes offered weekly if you are so inclined.
Tis the Season.
Art on the Green is open until 5:00 P.M. today
and from 10 AM – 1PM tomorrow.
We have White Glove Delivery, we gift wrap.
Call us for your last minute gifts.
*This oil painting is by Trey McCarley
“Mount Sequoia” (oil) 12″ x 12″ $450 and Ships Free
Call us today! 501.205.1922
if no answer call 501.499.3177
Art on the Green Celebrates Cody Sublett this Veteran’s Day.
“Hidden River” was designed for family dinners, and Gallery Celebrations – We love using in the Gallery but hope it goes to a beautiful family soon. It is for sale! Perhaps the following photos show how beautiful “Hidden River” serves it’s purpose.
Lunch guest Joan Klassmeyer sits to Artist Linda Flake’s right.
— and doesn’t this table look beautiful, easily seating ten.
“Hidden River” Table designed by Cody Sublett.
Call or come see us today — better yet, join us for lunch on Thursday — tomorrow’s begins at noon. Call 501.205.1922 for more information.
Internationally Known Interior Designer Georg Andersen was recently interviewed by a fellow Parsons School of Design’s Rebecca Nison for HopesandFears.com.
The question posed:
Four white walls and appropriate lighting is the go-to, de facto way of presenting art. But it hasn’t always been that way. The existence of art galleries in general is a relatively new concept in the grand scheme of history. So how did it standardize so quickly? Why is the white cube the “best” place to present art, commercially and institutionally? Will it always be this way?
What Georg had to say:
Author and Interior Designer, Art On the Green, Conway, Arkansas.
Today’s modern art galleries are awash with color. For years the dictum was white. Art was to be read loudly and clearly against “no color” environments.
It is true, many galleries on the East and West Coasts are white to neutral, but this is fortunately no longer always the case. Alice Walton has forged forward with judicious doses of color through out the varied galleries in her amazing new museum.
When art is installed against color it enhances the piece and also causes you be aware of related colors within the art. Color adds stability and dimension to a space.