Lighting by  Lowe's; Art by Martin Peerson.

Heart for the Arts: Light is Transformative

Have you seen our new track lighting?

Heart for the Arts: Light is Transformative

We wrote about the importance of Lighting in a recent Heart for the Arts column for The Log Cabin Democrat, visit the site:

We used Lowe’s in Conway and we actually SAVED $10,000 by using their lighting. Yes, Lighting can be transformative!

Stop by Art on the Green anytime between 10 AM and 5 PM Monday – Friday for a peek.

Now, our Art looks better than ever thanks to Lowe’s in Conway.


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Top Ten things You Should Know About ‘Arkansas Naturals’ Art Show

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Art on the Green is proud to be displaying, “Arkansas Naturals” in the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion this summer.  Before you attend the mansion to peruse the show, here’s ten facts to give you all the details about the artists, mansion, and inspiration behind the artwork.

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  1. The Arkansas Governor’s Mansion has housed artwork from across the state for 67 years after its completion in 1950, and has been the home of 12 governors

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  2. “Arkansas Naturals” highlights 40 works by six artists whose works depict Arkansas in its many forms.

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  3. The works displayed showcase scenes from across the Natural State, from the Buffalo River to Petit Jean Mountain

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  4. Many of the art pieces focus on still-lifes of flowers or farm animals; this reflects Arkansas’ nickname as the “Natural State,” and our focus on agriculture, livestock, and the scenic beauty of the outdoors

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  5. Jay Ewing, one of the highlighted artists, actually lives in Pasadena, California, but returns to Arkansas to paint landmarks and cities many Arkansans will recognize, like his painting “A Spring on the Corner-Eureka Springs.”

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  6. Linda Flake showcases several pieces in the show, but her work “Gossiping Crows” has one of the best backstories. Flake said she was inspired by the crows she could hear by her cottage in Hot Springs, whose noises reminded her of “little men.”

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  7. Nina Baker, while being a prominently featured artist in the show, also owns the Art on the Green gallery, and is an avid supporter of the arts in Central Arkansas. Her works draw from her faith and the inspiration of scripture in the world, and often showcase the lambs and sheep her family own.First-Lady-with-AOTG-blog
  8. Three of the artists in the show are actually related; Parilee Croft and Nina Baker are sisters, and Carolyn Baker is Nina’s mother-in-law. The three certainly keep art in the family with their beautiful still-lifes and watercolors that reflect the natural beauty of the state around them.


  9. Sheila Parsons brings a familiar view off of Petit Jean to life with “Misty Dawn from Petit Jean.” Parsons, a prominent watercolorist and teacher of art classes at Art on the Green, has a long history of painting from the mountain; 60 years’ worth, in fact.  She loves the brow depicted in her painting so much she says she wants
    her ashes scattered from it.


  10. There are still tour dates available until the show’s end on August 25th that allow the public to see the works on display in the Governor’s Mansion.

Check out Art on the Green’s Event Page to find dates and times of tours. Reservations are required to see the show. Or call the gallery to coordinate a group showing with your friends! We’ll do the driving and you can relax and enjoy.

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The Log Cabin Democrat July 15, 2017

Thanks to all for allowing us to talk about the Arts.


Heart for the Arts

Art on the Green centers on this mission: Learn. Teach. Read. See. Understand. All in one place.

Art on the Green is open five days a week, with Art available for purchase. We’re the Gallery where Art comes alive, and creativity is contagious. Make  Art On The Green a refuge from the hustle of modern day life. The art collections are amazing. Peace of mind is a bonus.Call us, we’ll open just for you!

For additional information, visit or call 501.205.1922.

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Video of Adrielle and Elvis.

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.

Elvis’ Daughter

Celebrate with KEP!


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.

COMMUNITY ART CONTEST launches October 27th


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.

Arkansas Women Bloggers highlight Art.

Check out –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

Red Tail by John P. Lasater IV

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