Update: Our winning photographer received two tickets to the Preview Party! Thanks to all who entered! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, April 11, 2016 Contact: Jennifer Godwin | (o) 501 371 4421 | (c) 501 804 4822 Sculpture Show Introduces New Feature Social Media Contest Encourages Photos with Art LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Read More
Sculpture at the River Market invited all artists participating in the 2016 Show & Sale to submit a proposal for its $60,000 to $80,000 Public Art Monument Sculpture Commission Competition. This is the sixth such competition in the nine years of the Show & Sale. Of the 50 artists in the 2016 Show & Sale, 28 artists submitted Read More
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Sculpture at the River Market is pleased to announce the artists who have been juried in to our 2016 Sculpture Show & Sale to be held April 22-24. By clicking the “2016 Show & Sale Artists Announced” tab, at the top of this page, you will also see one representational image of each artist’s work. Each artist was invited to submit Read More
Sculpture at the River Market learned today that the City of Little Rock was awarded Honorable Mention by Arkansas Business for its contribution to promoting public art through its growing collection. To read the article click here.
Sculpture at the River Market is now accepting applications from artists for the 2016 Fine Art Sculpture Show & Sale – April 22-14, 2016 Artist applications will be accepted September 1, 2015 – January 14, 2016 To apply CLICK HERE
Thanks to actress Melissa Joan Hart for Instagramming one of our sculptures today – “Rabbit Reach” by Tim Cherry. She is in town filming and posted this picture on Instagram. “Rabbit Reach” was a gift from Whitlow Wyatt and the Carey Cox Wyatt Charitable Foundation. It was given in memory of George Wyatt and Frank Kumpuris, who Read More
Open Window, created by Ted Schaal, was the winning design for Sculpture at the River Market’s 2013 Monument Commission Competition. You can find Ted’s bronze and mirror-polished stainless steel sculpture along the south bank of the Arkansas River between the Junction Bridge and First Security Amphitheater. Ted said, “The phrase ‘God doesn’t close a door without opening a Read More