The Fairfield Bay Conference Center is the new headquarters of the NCAFA&E and NCA Art League
The North Central Arkansas (NCA) Art Gallery is showcasing original artwork by 32 artists at the newly re-opened Our Towne Conference & Visitors Center on Lost Creek Parkway.
The NCA Art Gallery is bringing quality Fine Art to our community with good taste & family values. The artwork will feature the following artists: sculptor- Anne Mitchell; Stain Glass artist-Karen Gehl; potter-Karen Hamilton; photographers Lee Phillips, Dan Feuer, and Sherry Guess; 27 painters-Lea Berry, Julie Caswell, Jan Cobb, Raylene Finkbeiner, Diana Foote, Kathleen Hadley, Joyce Hartmann, Dorothy Hendrickson, Jeanne Homuth, Connie Hood, Bonnie Hookman, Ellen Kelly, Melva King, Sandra Marson, Freda May, Robbie Miller, Rosalie Musial, Sue Pico, Charlotte Rierson, Pauline Sears, Doris Sexson, Alison Shreck, Judy Shumann, Van Swink, Mary Shelton, and Dianne Traylor.
The Art Gallery is open to all artists and is juried by a selection committee under the direction of Art Coordinator, Charlotte Rierson.
The viewing of the Art is open & free of charge to the public. The artwork is available for purchase. This special exhibit will be open for viewing until March 3, 2014.
The NCA Art Gallery is sponsored by the North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts & Education (NCAF&E) in collaboration with The City of Fairfield Bay.
For more information contact NCA Art Coordinator, Charlotte Rierson-501-680-2741 or via e-mail or Our Towne Conference Center Directors, Wilba or Bob Thompson- 501- 884-6500, 110 Lost Creek Parkway, Fairfield Bay 72088.
Charlotte is a well known artist and has held several leadership roles in art organizations including President of the Mid Southern Watercolorists (MSW) and is now the Director of the the MSW Regional Advisors. Charlotte has had art museum training at the Arkansas Arts Center & the High Museum in Atlanta and is coordinator of the North Central Arkansas (NCA) Art Gallery.