“High on Arkansas” Exhibit at the FFB Library

“High on Arkansas,” a new, solo art exhibit of recent art work by Joyce Hartmann, Choctaw, is displayed through September 23 at the Fairfield Bay Library, 369 Dave Creek Parkway. The exhibit consists of about 20 framed oils, watercolors, and acrylics, along with about 40 unframed field studies and sketches. This display features local Arkansas […]

NCAAL Installs New Officers

New officers were elected Monday by the North Central Arkansas Artist League. They are (from left) President Charlotte Rierson and her dog, Bella (club mascot), Fairfield Bay; Vice President Joyce Hartmann, Choctaw; Secretary Alecs Long, Edgemont; and Treasurer Bonnie Hookman, Fairfield Bay. The Artist League presents free, public art programs every third Monday in Fairfield […]

“Below Out” Painting Sale by Doris Sexson

This sale is a life-changing event for local artist, Doris Sexson, and could be a life-changing event for you also if you have wanted to start a collection of her paintings, or perhaps add to artwork you already have or a piece that you painted in one of her classes. Her paintings are like beloved […]

Nelson Scott, Featured Artist for June

Nelson Scott, describes himself as a self- taught, bipolar artist. He comes from a family of commercial artists in Michigan. His biological father was a successful commercial artist as are two of his brothers. Brother, Victor, has been on tour with The Dave Mathews Band, creating art for them and brother, Tony, did some work […]

NCAFA&E Receives a Mid-America Arts Alliance Grant

The North Central Arkansas Foundation for Arts & Education (NCAFA&E) announces that it is among a select group of regional artists and presenters to receive a Mid-America Arts Alliance grant. This award will support an upcoming performance of internationally-renowned guitarist Ronald Radford at the Fairfield Bay Conference & Visitors Center on June 12, 2 p.m. […]

Ronald Radford, Flamenco Guitarist, Coming to Fairfield Bay

“He has duende, the Spanish equivalent of soul!” says a fan in Madrid, and he is the only person to be awarded a Fulbright scholarship to Spain to study Flamenco guitar. Born in California, Mr. Radford grew up in Oklahoma and now lives in St. Louis, Missouri, from where he continues his career as one […]

“It’s Summertime!” Art Exhibit at Ozark Health

“It’s Summertime” is the theme of the new exhibit hanging from now through August 22 at the Ozark Health Medical Center, Highway 65 on the south side of Clinton. Artists hung a new exhibit at Ozark Health Medical Center on Monday, May 23. (From left) Charlotte Rierson, Doris Sexson, Joyce Hubbard and Joyce Hartmann stand […]

“Still on the Hill” Honors Ed Stilley

They’re B-A-A-A-A-CK!!! “Still on the Hill,” will return to our community to help celebrate spring, plants, growing and Ed Stilley on Sunday, May 22, 2016. They will appear in concert at the Fairfield Bay Conference Center at 2 p.m. As is always the case, attendees can be assured of a most interesting and fun experience […]

Barbara Cornett May Featured Artist

The North Central Arkansas/Fairfield Bay Conference Center is excited about the new art exhibit. The artwork includes painters, photographers, stain glass, fused glass, bronze sculptures, and pottery. Barbara Cornett is originally from the Chicago area. She has had a vacation home in Fairfield Bay and this area for the past 25 years. Husband, John, and […]

Artist League Sponsors Watercolor Landscape Workshop

Attending the workshop were (front row, from left) Mary Orr, Heber Springs; Charlotte Rierson, Fairfield Bay; Cynthia Schanink, Hot Springs; Gail Farmer, Heber Springs; (back row, from left) Joyce Hartmann, Choctaw; Lynn Dixon, Heber Springs; Gay Ryan, Bonnie Hookman, and Alecs Long, all of Fairfield Bay. Not present for the photo was Mary Scott, Heber […]