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Bentonville

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Bentonville has become a top destination to live and to travel. Even for just a half-day's visit or an afternoon lunch, this Northwest Arkansas mecca of the Ozarks has a lot to offer. From a thriving art community and culinary scene, Bentonville provides small-town charm with big-city initiative and opportunity. Crystal Bridges Art Museum, The Walmart Mus[...]

Beading A Bond Of Love

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By Audrey Coleman :: Photography by Cindy Momchilov he love story of Arkansas artists Tom and Sage Holland is as enchanting and colorful as the glass beads and other pieces they create in their Stone County studio.   To begin with, they were both born in the same county in Missouri—except five years apart. Her bio on the artists’ website, beaux[...]

Crystal Clear Creations

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By L. Lamor Williams :: Photography by Jamison Mosley     It's a vanishing art form. Literally. It begins with a 300-pound ice block. Crystal clear, its value as a diamond would be immeasurable due to its clarity, lack of imperfections and sheer size – 40 inches tall, 20 inches wide. The eruption of a chainsaw heralds the ice block’s[...]

Art Scene: Setting the Stage

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Local arts and theatre organizations make Central Arkansas a premier destination to experience nationally acclaimed musicals, plays and works of art for all ages to enjoy. Photography courtesy of Arkansas Arts Center and Arkansas Repertory Theatre TOP PHOTO: William Adolphe “Bouguereau’s Admiration,” special loan to Arkansas Arts Center   Arkansas A[...]

Art Scene: Capturing Time

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J.P. Bell has turned his lens to capture the mundane, the powerful and the extraordinary … and this talented artist calls northwest Arkansas home. Photography courtesy of J.P. Bell   artists have a burning desire to create and share their passion and art with the world from a young age and pursue it relentlessly from their earliest years. For [...]

Art Scene: Corporate Meets Art

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The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group is investing in the arts. Photography courtesy of the artists   Arkansas Capital Corporation Group (ACCG) has, since 1957, been in the business of helping business. “We are a nonprofit economic development and financing organization that helps with expansions and startups in Arkansas,” said Al Hodge, the comp[...]

Art Scene: Art and Earth

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In the early part of the 20th century, homes across the United States featured “Victory Gardens,” in addition to the typical rose bushes and boxwood hedges.   by a sense of patriotism and encouraged by the government to help alleviate the pressure on the food supply during wartime, these gardens were not simply something to be enjoyed – they were v[...]