Wednesday, December 23, 2015

'Empathetic Lighter Nightmares' by Nora Messenger

‘Empathetic Lighter Nightmares’ 
wood cut by Nora Messenger  

'Pressure,' an exhibit representing printmakers, 
will remain in place through the end of the year.

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Jewelry by Ally Short

In no way do these pictures show off Ally Short’s jewelry adequately. The druzies and labradorites especially need to be seen up close to appreciate them. Rings, earrings and pendants range in price from $15 to $60 and most are mounted in sterling silver. Come shop.

Monday, December 14, 2015

‘Vanessa Gonzalez' by Christian Brown

‘Vanessa Gonzalez' 
screen print by Christian Brown  

'Pressure,' an exhibit representing printmakers, runs through Dec. 24

Friday, December 11, 2015

'Denial' and 'Acceptance' by June Pham

'Denial' and 'Acceptance' by June Pham
The first and last of the Five Stages of Grief.

'Pressure,' an exhibit representing printmakers, runs through Dec. 24

Saturday, November 28, 2015

‘Dependent Living’ by Emily Clair Brown

‘Dependent Living’ by Emily Clair Brown

'Pressure,' an exhibit representing printmakers, runs through Dec. 24

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

'Another Year' by Jennifer Perren

‘Another Year’
monoprint and artist's proof by Jennifer Perren

'Pressure,' an exhibit representing printmakers, runs through Dec. 24

Thursday, November 19, 2015

R.I.P. Amy

Our friend, Amy Edgington, has died. 
Amy had two things that made her shine. One was her sense of humor and the other was her sense of justice. Some would say they're mutually exclusive, but not Amy. Her puns were bombs. Let's all remember her by holding a fire under those who would deny others their right to live as they wish to live, but do so with joy in our hearts.
"Bombs Away"

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Representing Printmakers

The Printmakers show opens Friday night, 7 pm. 

The show is curated by Matthew Castellano and represents a diverse cross section of print artists from central Arkansas and Memphis.  

Artists include: Slade Bishop, Christian Brown, Emily Brown, Kristin Karr, Nora Messenger, Jennifer Perren, June Pham, Amery Sanford, Jack Sims and Alli Thompson.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

"Sr. E" by x3mex

"Sr. E / Mr. E"
spray paint by x3mex

Closing reception for 'Detalles' is this Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 7:30 pm. 

Monday, September 28, 2015

Joseph Allred, S!basstron & Dreaming Sophia at 360 Wednesday

Consider joining us for a night of music this Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the gallery. Our headliner is Tennessee artist/musician Joseph Allred. I know comparisons are lame, but if you like the music of John Fahey or Terry Riley, you'll probably like Joseph's. Opening will be local folk folks, Dreaming Sophia's Little Sister, and fresh from Legends of Arkansas, S!basstron. Music starts 7:30. Donations encouraged.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

“Por los Caminos de la Esperanza” by x3mex

“Por los Caminos de la Esperanza” / “By the Path of Hope”
acrylic & spray paint by x3mex
“Detalles” hangs through October 3rd.
Closing reception October 3rd.

Whether it be by rattling boxcar, flimsy life raft or boot-leather express, 
people are on the move, escaping war and hunger, 
hoping to find a better life for their families. 
Exodus. Then, hopefully, asylum.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

"Elefantes Rosa" by x3mex

"Elefantes Rosa" (Pink Elephants)
acrylic & paint marker by x3mex

Of the 19 pieces in 'Detalles,' all but three are $250 or less.
About half are between  $35 and $100.
This one is 48" x 32" and is $250.
I give it Best In Show.

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

'Dignidad' by x3mex

acrylic painting by X3MEX

"Detalles" runs through Oct. 3rd.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

X3MEX @ 360!

Gallery 360 reopens Friday night with 'Detalles,' an exhibit of new work by x3mex. At this stage, we have no idea what he has in store for us, but that's just the way the man works. His latest mural (pictured above) went up on our outside wall the day of his last showing here, so previews don't exist in the world of x3mex. Come on by Friday and you'll be among the first to see what he's been up to these last few months. He's bringing along a couple of his friends - DJ Swift and DJ Ivan - to spin a web of sound. Detalles is very much open to the public, so come on down and get down.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

zounds for d'fearless

Austin Cash returns to the gallery this Saturday and he's bringing along Matt Isham, and ESP Ronrico Rum for an evening of music running the gamut from ambient to noise. When it comes to electronic, nothing is off the table. Admission is $5. That's August 15th, 7:30 PM.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Amulets and Austin Cash / Sunday, 7:30 PM

Who says audio cassettes and VHS are dead? 'Amulets,' aka Randall Taylor, will disprove that belief when he brings his 'Suitcase of Drones' to Gallery 360 on July 5th. Amulets creates an environment that defies description, blending looped ambient, drone, noise, guitar and electronic music with projected imagery. Each show is a unique experience. Austin Cash will open. Five bucks admission at the door. That's Sunday, July 5th at 7:30 PM.

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.


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.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

"Poison Into Medicine" opens Saturday, Feb. 21

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

The exhibit explores beautiful journeys from pain or perceived hardship into healing and strength, and will run through March 31st.

(left) "What Glory This Way Comes" by Kelley Naylor Wise.

(right) "Conversation 2" by Melissa Lashbrook

The wonderful SJ Tucker will provide improvised jazzy accompaniment for the opening. Come wish her a happy birthday.

Friday, February 6, 2015

Art Cards by Lynn

Lynn Frost brought by a nice collection of cards as well. Not valentines, per se,  but blank cards featuring Lynn's unique photography. They are $3.50 each.

Store-bought sentiment is enough for some folks, but don't you prefer to use your own words? Record them on a fine Little Rock artist's creation, put a stamp on it and post it. Beats email every time.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Valentines by Kelley

Why buy a cookie-cutter valentine when, for about the same price ($6), you can give a one-of-a-kind, three dimensional work of art by Kelley Naylor Wise? We have about twelve of these, each infused with the joy that Kelley brings to all her works.

Kelley will join up with Melissa 'Mo' Lashbrook later this month to host "Poison Into Medicine." Opens February 21st.

Sunday, February 1, 2015


"Pulp Fiction" and "Halo" characters 
are original 'CircleToons' in pen and marker
by Nathan Fellhauer
(prints available as well)

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Icebox opening

The cold weather didn't dissuade folks from attending last night's opening for the Icebox exhibit. 

The Huff Brigade held center court at the drawing table.

A portion of their creations.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Thursday, January 1, 2015


Wow. Wasn't it just 1997?  No matter.  We're looking ahead. 

We are re-dedicating ourselves to our mission. That is, to be a community art center that is part gallery, part classroom, and part studio. To that end, we'll be showing, teaching and making art throughout the coming year. 

Our next show is called "Icebox" and it opens on Saturday, January 10th and features recent work from 8 talented artists:  Ike Plumlee, Jordan Wolf, Brian Wolf, Matthew Castellano, Nathan Fellhauer, Elain Venable, leo & Robot Blood.  More on that in the coming days.

Workshops and classes for the next 3 months will be announced very soon.  So far, it looks like Kelley Wise will be teaching a jewelry class, most likely metal clay.  I'll be holding stained glass and lapidary workshops. Joe Martin will teach students in the art of sculpting clay busts, and we're lining up Regis Versey for a driftwood art workshop. A few others are in the works, but it would be best to hold off until we know for sure. 

If anybody else has a skill they would like to teach others. let us know about it. We'll be scheduling classes mostly on the weekends and early weekday evenings. Classes and workshops don't have to center around visual or applied arts, either. We're also looking for musicians, writers, and teachers of all sorts. If you have an idea, call me at 993-0012 and tell me about it.

In addition, we have a limited amount of space available for folks to work on their individual art projects. Call me for more info or to discuss renting the space for events. 

Happy New Year!  - Jay