Sunday, April 5, 2015

Jello, anyone?


This is the latest altered black velvet painting by Amy Edgington to grace our walls. It's titled "Out of This World Jello." Among other things, it contains a tiny supernova, undetectable in this photograph. And what would you expect to shell out for this universe of wonderment, complete with stellar explosion and gelatin? How about $65? No way, you say. Way.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Our New Tiny Gallery

Our little auxiliary gallery/workshop was launched a couple of weeks ago with the FussFest festivities and the work of about a dozen or so young Arkansas artists will remain on display for another few weeks. There are paintings, drawings, prints, comix, and wearables. All of the proceeds derived through sale of these very affordable artworks go directly to the folks who made them. So come see them, buy them and encourage these very talented artists.


Artists include: Aroh, Emily Brown, Matthew Castellano, Lilia Hernandez, Cassie Hilgerson, Loogie, Vaughn Mims, Moonlit, Jennifer Perren, Robot Blood & Woozy.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Fuss Fest, murals and our new mini-gallery

The 3rd annual Fuss Fest happens this weekend and Gallery 360 will be participating. Local and traveling artists will be displaying and selling paintings, prints and comix in our new auxiliary gallery. Starting at 6 PM there will be a number of bands playing outside under the wonderful new murals that have been painted this week. (I'll post some pix when they reach completion.) Artists Daniel Amora, Gabruel Rgz, Miguel Henaine, from La Paz Mexico representing Taller 64, Piso vacîo and Peace filmmakers and others will be showcasing their work and skills. Sunday's the day for the Kanis Park event, beginning at 4 PM. Lots of music, art and skating. Come see all the work that's gone into the skate park lately. House parties on Friday and Monday as well. More info on the Fuss Fest event page.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

"Because of Cancer, I Live" by Kelley Naylor Wise


Kelley Naylor Wise
"Because of Cancer, I Live"
- acrylic on canvas -

"Poison Into Medicine" features new works 
by Melissa "Mo" Lashbrook and Kelley Naylor Wise.
The show runs through March 31st.


(detail)

Friday, February 20, 2015

"Moving Stillness" by Melissa Lashbrook


Melissa "Mo" Lashbrook
"Moving Stillness"
- mixed media -

"Poison Into Medicine" features new works 
by Melissa "Mo" Lashbrook and Kelley Naylor Wise. 
Opens at Gallery 360 this Saturday, February 21st, 7 - 10 pm.

"To Love the Creation.." by Kelley Naylor Wise


Kelley Naylor Wise
"To Love the Creation as Much as the Creator"
- acrylic, bamboo, gold on canvas -

"Poison Into Medicine" features new works 
by Kelley Naylor Wise and Melissa "Mo" Lashbrook. 
Opens at Gallery 360 this Saturday, February 21st, 7 - 10 pm.