Charlotte Rierson Receives Award

Shown in photo: Tom Crowder, Exhibit Chairman, local Fairfield Bay Artist, Charlotte Rierson, and Arkansas League of Artists President, Jenell Richards.

Charlotte received the Arkansas League of Artist Signature Status Certificate at the Arkansas League of Artists 40th Anniversary Aug. 28th. There was a full evening that included past stories by Jim Tindall, the founder of ALA, and many former ALA Presidents. The artist league recognized the Signature Members by presenting them a certificate. To receive the signature membership they must be in good standing and be juried into two of the leagues Art Competitions. The Juried Exhibit was held in the Arkansas Studies Institute/Butler Center in Little Rock. Charlotte has won numerous art competitions and has a painting traveling the state in the 2012 juried Arkansas Arts Councils Small Works on Paper. You may see her work in Fairfield Bay at the Art Gallery and Studio located in the Village Mall, North Central Arkansas Art Gallery,/Indian Hills Country Club, Senior Center, Bay View Art Gallery, Greers Ferry Library, and the Ozark Health Hospital in Clinton. She has had several One Woman Exhibits. Her artwork has been exhibited at the National Capital in D.C , the Governors Mansion, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, and featured in the Edition of “Gathering of Artists“, “Art & Artisans of the Ozarks“, and the Arkansas Governors Calendar. . Her work is in the permanent collection of the Arkansas Arts Council, University of Central Arkansas, Clinton Presidential Library, and the Ozark Health Hospital, as well as private collections through out. Charlotte belongs to many art related organizations and is a past president of Mid Southern Watercolorist and now their Director of Regional Advisors, a member of Conway Artist League, Hot Springs Fine Arts Center, honorary board member of the Arkansas League of Artist, Repertory Theatre Artworks, and the North Central Arkansas Artist League a local organization. Charlotte has an art studio in her home and continues to be on what she calls her “Art Spirit Journey”. This journey of personal creativity has led her from the dance arts to expressing her deepest thoughts and emotions through paintings. Charlotte’s evocative brushwork technique beckons views to learn more about the images depicted in her art. For more information on Charlotte’s work, visit

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