Joy Pratt Markham Gallery
The Joy Pratt Markham Gallery presents exhibitions of works by both emerging and internationally recognized artists. You're invited to explore new perspectives on nature, identity and community.
Joy Pratt Markham Gallery Hours:
Monday-FRIDAY | Noon to 2pm
One hour prior to most performances
Gallery admission is free
Private gallery tours may be scheduled in advance by calling 479.571.2766. Please arrange your tour at your earliest convenience. We request three business days’ notice to schedule tour guides.
On Paper: Collaborations in Print and Pulp from Wildwood Press
Exhibition dates: January 26 – May 4, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 26, 5pm
Wildwood Press was founded in 1996 by Maryanne Ellison Simmons, publisher and Master Printer. Known for custom papermaking and dedication to experimentation in print and paper, Wildwood Press strives to redefine what a print can be. The role of the printer/publisher of contemporary prints is to facilitate the possible. The role of the contemporary artist is to reveal something unknown or something in a manner that is unfamiliar. The collaborative process works best when both the artist and the printer teach each other something new with every project—a principle embraced at Wildwood Press. On Paper presents a variety of large scale prints created through diverse print media processes by Wildwood Press.
Featured artists: Linda Schwarz, Christine Corday, David Shapiro, Valerie Hammond, Michele Oka Doner, Juan Sanchez, Xiaoze Xie, Gary Paller
- Learn more about Christine Corday here and here
- Learn more about David Shapiro here and here
- Learn more about Valerie Hammond here and here
- Learn more about Michele Oka Doner here and here
- Learn more about Juan Sanchez here and here
- Learn more about Xiaoze Xie here and here
- Learn more about Gary Paller here and here
TOPO Map for School Avenue
On display throughout 2018 and beyond
This is a temporary public art installation made of thermoplastic by artist Stacy Levy. City of Fayetteville and Walton Arts Center commissioned the artwork with support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Its form is a life-scale topographic map of the terrain between Dickson and Mountain Streets and a visual reminder of the issues of water in Fayetteville’s hilly landscape.
Cynthia Nourse Thompson: Curator and Consulting Director of Visual Arts
Cynthia Nourse Thompson serves as the Curator and Consulting Director of Visual Arts at the Walton Arts Center. In addition to this role, Thompson is the Director of the graduate programs in Book Arts + Printmaking and Studio Arts at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Thompson previously served as the Curator and Director of Exhibitions at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR.