Category archives: Magazine

Home: Picture Perfect Palette

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Residents in west Little Rock’s Walton Heights-Candlewood neighborhood enjoy a number of amenities, including an incredible view of the Arkansas River and the Two Rivers Bridge. Empty nesters Ann and Keith Straughn’s home capitalizes upon this lovely setting. Photography by Janet Warlick   of white and gray provide an ideal and gorgeous backdrop f[...]

ATYH: Hang In There!

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Designer Tom Chandler shares tips for hanging artwork in your home! Photography by Janet Warlick   TIPS FROM THE DESIGNER: No. 1. The art doesn’t have to match the sofa. No 2. Everything doesn’t have to be — and cannot be — hung at eye level. ADDITIONALLY, Define the space. “Introduce art into the space created by the placement of the furniture,”[...]

Feature: Classic Meets Contemporary

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The Vaughan-Palmer home in the Spa City’s historic Quapaw district was built in 1902 by Harry Vaughan. Photography by Janet Warlick Styled by Christopher Koch, Arkansas Furniture and Interiors   5,500-square-foot home was lovingly restored by famed Hot Springs artist Linda Palmer, who purchased it in 2000. She adored the dwelling, but she decided[...]

Travel Arkansas: Romantic Getaways

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Stoke your sweetheart's fire with a romantic getaway. Photography courtesy of the Venues   February. It’s the shortest month of the year, and thank goodness for that, because it’s all that stands between January and spring. I’d be in favor of skipping it altogether, frankly, except for that lovely little halfway point: Valentine’s Day. And there’s[...]

Arts Scene: A Body of Art

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Getting ink is no longer a “thing” for bikers. Photography by Sara Edwards Neal and Cindy Momchilov   20 percent of American adults have at least one tattoo, and 14 percent have two or more tattoos, 30 percent of older millennials — 25- to 39-year-olds — is inked and 11 percent of baby boomers have gotten into the act. With the increased pop[...]

Feature: Black History 365

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This month, we recognize Black History Month by highlighting two of our state’s Afrocentric galleries, Hearne Fine Art and the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, in addition to the outstanding artists whose work will be exhibited during the commemoration.   its inception in June 1988, Hearne Fine Art of Little Rock, which began as Pyramid Gallery, ha[...]