- The Fabric of Nature Mixed media landscapes by Andrea Packard
- Home Away From Home
Works by Kay Healy and Ted Lott
- I Think I Can by Terrapin Theater of Australia
- Ready Made Dream - Sue Johnson / Her Slip Is Showing & Other Stories - Jennifer Levonian
- Portraits Of A Community: Hidden In Plain Sight - Sedrick Huckaby
- Translating Earth, Transforming Sea—Shawn Bitters, Joan Hall & Laura Moriarty
- Out of the Woodwork—Patrick Dougherty (Artopshere 2012)
- Divide Light: Operatic Performance Costumes of Lesley Dill
- Linking the Past To The Present: Recent Works by Anita Fields & Tony Tiger
- True Faith, True Light
- Arkansas Women to Watch
- The Herd and The Swarm by Tasha Lewis
- Tectonics: Work by Scott Carroll
- 20 Years, A Kathy Thompson Project
- My Folklore: The Art of Letitia Huckaby
- Structuring Nature
- Natural Connections
- Made in the USA—Jeannie Hulen
- Then and Now—Leon Niehues
- Garden as Muse (Artosphere 2011)
- Silent Poems—Anita Huffington
- Beyond Sublime/Changing Nature (Artosphere 2010)
- Karst - Massey Burke (Artosphere 2012)
- Spiral Wetland—Stacy Levy (Artosphere 2013)
- Our Fragile Home—Pat Musick
- Under The Stars—Maser
True Faith, True Light: The Folk Instruments of Ed Stilley
Opening August 23
This exhibition celebrates the vision of one of the great folk artists of our time: Ed Stilley from Hogscald Holler Homestead in Northwest Arkansas. The exhibit features a collection of Stilley’s instruments that he created over a 25 year span. Each instrument is comprised of rough sawn wood scraps along with hidden treasures such as door springs, saw blades, pot lids, metal pipes, and chainsaw sprockets found inside the base.
In addition to the instruments, this exhibition features photographs of Stilley at his workshop and home by Flip Puthoff along with photographs and X-ray images by Tim Hawley detailing the instruments.
This exhibition also features portraits of some of those who have received the gift of an Ed Stilley guitar. A final component of the exhibition is a display devoted to Stilley’s tools and working process.
The exhibit runs from August 23 – November 1.