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The Arkansas A Progress

The Arkansas A, created by artist Stephen Shachtman, was the winning sculpture proposal of the 2017 Monument Sculpture Commission Competition at our 10th Invitational Sculpture Show & Sale held April 21-23.  This page is dedicated to following the progress of the sculpture’s construction and, ultimately, its installation. This sculpture will be placed in the area of the Southwest Community Read More

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2017 Show & Sale Merit Award Winners Announced

Announcing the 2017 Show & Sale Merit Award Winners. Artist’s names appear above their sculpture. * * * BEST OF SHOW * * *  $1,000 Prize “Shard” – Ted Schaal ♦ ** HONORABLE MENTION ** $100 Prize – Three Awarded “Pelvis” – Rick Larimore ♦ “Synergy” – Matthew J. Leavell ♦ “The Arkansas A” – Stephen Shachtman Read More

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2017 SHOW & SALE RECAP

After morning showers on Friday, April 21st, the sky cleared, providing a beautiful evening for an outdoor event for Sculpture at the River Market’s Preview Party. With nearly 400 in attendance, the Preview Party kicked off the weekend-long 10th Invitational Sculpture Show & Sale. Little Rock’s River Market Pavilions served as the venue for the sculpture of 48 artists from Arkansas and beyond. During Read More

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“ABOVE AND BEYOND VOLUNTEER” Award Goes to Sculpture at the River Market

Sculpture at the River Market is beyond inspired after receiving the Little Rock Parks & Recreation “Above and Beyond Volunteer” Award. Jane Rogers, committee chair, and Dr. Dean Kumpuris, founder, were on hand to accept the award during the Little Rock Parks & Recreation Volunteer Luncheon on Wednesday, May 25, 2016. Following are remarks made by Truman Read More

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2016 Preview Party

  With a record crowd in attendance on a beautiful spring evening, Sculpture at the River Market’s Preview Party kicked off the weekend-long 2016 Sculpture Show & Sale. Little Rock’s River Market Pavilions served as the venue for the sculpture of 48 artists from Arkansas and beyond, while several hundred art enthusiasts perused and purchased sculpture. Two jazz bands played throughout the night as guests Read More