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by Rachael Moyer
Walls are for keeping people out but in Eureka Springs, things are a little different. The Eureka Springs Art Wall is a creative way of bringing people together. Known as a Top 25 Arts
Destination in the nation, Eureka Springs is home to many talented artists. The Eureka Springs Art Wall attracts people, encourages them to explore the area with a new perspective.
The art wall is a public display of artistic works by local artists and is a project of the Eureka Springs Mayor’s Arts Council and the City of Eureka Springs. This year’s theme, The Spirit of the Ozarks features original art and fine art photography that capture the essence of the Ozark region.
View the Eureka Springs Art Wall in downtown Eureka Springs.
The following artists are just a few of those featured for 2012.
Edward C. Robison III
Robison’s work reveals the inherent energies in the natural landscape. His fine art photography has been featured in Sierra Club’s Calendar and by the National Park Service for the Buffalo National River region. His work offers viewers a path to re- connect to the landscape. Read more about Edward C. Robinson III.
Born in Topeka, Kansas, Janalee attended the University of Kansas and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art with an emphasis in Printmaking. Janalee’s work explores relationships, spiritual and philosophical themes.
Known for his stylized watercolors, Taylor uses a dry brush technique, rendering amazing details with exuberant color. Taylor is an Arkansas native and studied art at Arkansas State University and the Memphis College of Art. His work has been on display three times during exhibitions at the Arkansas Arts Center. One of his watercolors, an iris, is hanging in the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion. An award winning artist and the subject of many one-man shows, his work is included in collections around the world.
Learn more about the Eureka Springs Art Wall and other artists featured.
If you would like to own any of the art displayed on the wall, learn more.
To learn more about art in Eureka Springs, pick up a printed guide, “Art is Alive in Eureka Springs…Where American Art is Made.” Available at the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce.