Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Thursday, December 22, 2016

enamel pins by local artists

Some last minute stocking pinners. 

Cat Woman by House of Avalon.  $12
Not just Cat Woman, but Michelle Pheiffer’s Cat Woman. 

Matthew Castellano’s Comfort.  $10
Contemplates his next move.

Mickey Courage by Miguel Arrue. $10
Cowers from Disney lawyers. 

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Monday, December 12, 2016

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Rhiannon One by M. Crenshaw

I really love this piece, although the digital image only hints at its depth. Everything emanates from that eye, drawing you in. The blue and black outline recedes but the lips reach out. Sexy and psychedelic, both.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Sunday, November 20, 2016


Thanks to everyone who came out for the Holiday Open House on Saturday. Special thanks to Jessi Perren for organizing the event from start to finish and to Matthew Castellano for hanging the art. Also to Lilia Hernandez for hanging the small room, Jennifer Perren for tagging, the musicians and performers, and, of course, all the artists who contributed such fine work. You all rock.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Upcoming 360 Events

We have two events scheduled for the next few weeks. The first is a Holiday Art Show this Saturday put together by Jessi Perren and the second is our opening for ‘deviant.’ on December 2nd.

deviant. features works by Shane Baskins, M. Crenshaw, House of Avalon, Mark Monroe, Myriam Saavedra and Michael Shaeffer. The opening will be on Friday, Dec. 2 from 7 to 10 p.m. It will be up through the remainder of the year. More on that in the coming weeks.

The Holiday Art Show is one night only and features works by over forty artists as well as music, poetry and performance by CJ Boyd, Joel Richardson, Half Sestina 811, Dan Anderson & Janet. There is a suggested donation which I understand is mostly to pay CJ Boyd, who is on tour. If you can’t afford the donation, come anyway.  That’s Saturday, November 19 starting at 6 p.m.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Ear, Noise and Throat

Thanks to everyone who came to last week’s ‘Ear, Noise and Throat’ show at the gallery. We had fun soaking the musicians in film and liquid light. Pictured are Darsombra, who came from Baltimore armed with their own multi-media display.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

'Stuff Index' by Brian Wolf Opens Saturday, August 27

‘Stuff Index,’ an exhibit showcasing new paintings by Brian Wolf, opens 6 pm Saturday at Gallery 360.
Brian creates comically bold and off kilter abstract paintings on canvas. His work is influenced by minimalist hard edge painting, abstract mid-century modernism, and the gaudy forms of the Memphis Group.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

"Get Outside" by Sabrina Zarco

Thanks to Sabrina for traveling so far to bring us her fabulous fabric creations
and to all who came to the gallery to see them. Sometimes you just have to get outside.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

"Thirteen Moons" by Sabrina Zarco

“Thirteen Moons,” an art quilt by Sabrina Zarco.
It’s rich in glyphic stitches.

One more week to see “Chicana Goddess in the Bosque.”

Sunday, August 7, 2016

"Sol y Luna Ancestors" by Sabrina Zarco

Sabrina's ancestors are often present in her cacti. 
In life, they were tough. They didn't need much to survive. 

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Guardians and Visitors by Sabrina Zarco

Ten Guardians surround five Visitors.
Embroidery on painted canvas by Sabrina Zarco.
"Chicana Goddess in the Bosque" through August 20.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

"Keep Dancing" by Sabrina Zarco

“Keep Dancing” by Sabrina Zarco.  
The quilt was the artist’s way of confronting the 
pain brought about by the Pulse massacre in Orlando. 

- detail -

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

'Venado con flores' by Sabrina Zarco

We have a wonderful collection of Sabrina Zarco's art quilts and mixed media creations on display at the gallery. It's called "Chicana Goddess in the Bosque: Walking With the Ancestors" and it will be up through August 20th.

Sabrina has a lot of friends in Little Rock who came out to greet her last weekend and see what she's been so hard at work on getting ready for this show. You can see it all, too. We're open Mon - Fri, 10 til 4:30, Saturday 10 til 2, and after hours or Sunday by appointment.

Thanks to Sabrina and Liliana for driving all the way from New Mexico to deliver such beauty.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Wecome Sabrina Zarco: Saturday, July 16

As I write this, Sabrina Zarco is preparing to pack up all the art quilts and mixed media paintings she’s been hard at work on for the past few months. She will be driving from her home in Pecos, New Mexico, to Little Rock, Arkansas, and on Friday she will hang her new creations on our gallery walls. We invite you to welcome Sabrina back to Arkansas by attending her opening of Chicana Goddess in the Bosque on Saturday, July 16th at 7 PM.
It was four years ago I first met Sabrina. We were setting up our very first gallery show on the theme of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. As the opening day approached, I was becoming increasingly concerned that 1.) we would not have enough art to fill the space, and 2.) what art we had was good, but it fell short on authenticity. Enter Sabrina. Her quilts were like honoring songs to her native Mexican family and community. They were about spirit and pride and justice and all that’s so full of life, death does not defeat. She constructed an altar and invited everyone to add a little something to it to honor those who had passed on. In short, Sabrina made our first show. We are so glad to have her back. (She informs us that, in light of the madness we’ve lately been experiencing, a community altar of healing may be constructed.)
Now, I messed up somewhat in scheduling the opening. I usually check to see what other art openings are happening that night and try to avoid having ours conflict with others. I forgot to do that this time and Lynn Frost informed me that Amy Eddington’s retrospective showing at Gallery 26 is happening the same night as Sabrina’s. Amy and Sabrina were friends and shared many friends between them, especially in the LGBT community, so I’d like to apologize to Lynn and Renee and everyone else for my double booking. I encourage folks to share rides in order to take in both these shows on Saturday night. If you can only attend one that night, make a point to see the other in the coming weeks, because both these women’s works are exceptional, full of joy and well worth seeing. And maybe even buying.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

2 on the 4th

Two untitled mixed media paintings by Anthony Lopez.
"Outsiders" thru July 8th.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016


untitled by Anthony Lopez

"Bubblegum Pop" by Rachel Dziga

"Outsiders" - through July 8th

Monday, June 20, 2016

Outsiders Opens Tuesday, June 20

"Outsiders" opens tomorrow and it fills the gallery walls with every color imaginable. Come meet and support artists Anthony Lopez and Rachel Dziga, who have both been hard at work for the last few months painting up a storm. Rachel is preparing for her continued art education in Florence, Italy, so any sales she can pull off here will go toward paying her art related expenses.

The opening will be from 6 to 11 PM. This show will be up through July 8th.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Lopez / Dziga / Zarco: Thiz Zummer

 Rachel Dziga and Anthony Lopez will open ‘Outsiders’ this Tuesday.  Please come.
And on July 16th we’ll welcome the return of Sabrina Zarco.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Friday, May 13, 2016

Small Works by Shane Baskins, Robot Blood! and Everett Gee

mixed media by Shane Baskins

 "Go a Head"
acrylic by Robot Blood!

silkscreen print by Everett Gee

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Small Works by Anthony Lopez and Rachel Dziga

- untitled - mixed media by Anthony Lopez $50

“Origin of Man” mixed media by Rachel Dziga $66
Small Works through May 14

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Small Works by Roland Burnham and Matthew Bivens

"Sticker Stem"
colored pencil by Roland Burnham

"Mountainside Cabin"
(front and back)
'painted' bottle by Matthew Bivens

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Small Works by Michael Church and Amy Edgington

“Companion” collage by Michael Church (sold)
See Michael's showing "Succinct" at THEA

"The Luddites" collage by Amy Edgington $25

Small Works through May 14.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Small Works by Jason Blanchard and Ginny Bingham LeVar

"Red Dragon" 
ink on paper by Jason Blanchard

"Windblown Tree and Harvest Moon"
acrylic on canvas by Ginny Bingham LeVar