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Exhibitions

APRIL 2021 EXHIBITION: April 2-30, 2021

The April Exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will feature new work by Randall Good along with a selection of work by Kristin DeGeorge, Robyn Horn, Dolores Justus, John Lasater, Tony Saladino, Sandra Sell, Gene Sparling, Elizabeth Weber, and others. The show will open with a reception from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, April 2 as part of the monthly Gallery Walk in downtown Hot Springs. Due to COVID precautions, guests are asked to wear masks while in the gallery. The exhibit will be on display April 2-30, 2021.
"Saint Sebastian" by Randall Good (c)
“Saint Sebastian” by Randall Good (c) – 16.25″h x 8.25″w – watercolor on paper

MARCH 2021 EXHIBITION: March 5-31, 2021

The March exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will feature new work by Matthew Hasty and Steven Wise. Matthew Hasty’s luminous work masterfully captures light and atmospheric conditions in his Southern landscapes. New paintings from Steven Wise include playful landscapes that are rich with texture and color. The exhibition will also include selections of work by Dustyn Bork, Donnie Copeland, Randall Good, Robyn Horn, John Lasater, Sandra Sell, Gene Sparling, and others. The show will open with a reception from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, March 5 as part of the monthly Gallery Walk in downtown Hot Springs. Due to COVID precautions, guests are asked to wear masks while in the gallery. The exhibit will be on display March 5-31, 2020.
"Sawmill Break" by Matthew Hasty (c)
“Sawmill Break” by Matthew Hasty (c)
The March exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will feature new work by Matthew Hasty and Steven Wise. Matthew Hasty’s luminous work masterfully captures light and atmospheric conditions in his Southern landscapes. New paintings from Steven Wise include playful landscapes that are rich with texture and color. The exhibition will also include selections of work by Dustyn Bork, Donnie Copeland, Randall Good, Robyn Horn, John Lasater, Sandra Sell, Gene Sparling, and others. The show will open with a reception from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, March 5 as part of the monthly Gallery Walk in downtown Hot Springs. Due to COVID precautions, guests are asked to wear masks while in the gallery. The exhibit will be on display March 5-31, 2020.

FEBRUARY 2021 EXHIBITION: “MUSEUM MEDITATIONS” BY LAURA RABORN

"We Are Only Passing Through" by Laura Raborn (c)
“We Are Only Passing Through” by Laura Raborn (c)
An exhibition of paintings by Laura Raborn entitled “Museum Meditations”, will be featured at Justus Fine Art Gallery during the month of February. The series of work focuses on the interaction between the viewer and art displayed in museum or public art settings. Throughout the paintings, Raborn also reflects on the value of shared experiences in helping people feel more connected. Sculpture by Robyn Horn and Sandra Sell will also be on display, along with woodturned vessels by Gene Sparling, ceramics by Michael Ashley, and others. The show will open with a reception from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, February 5, in conjunction with the monthly Gallery Walk in downtown Hot Springs. The exhibit will be on display February 5-28, 2021.  

“In creating the paintings, I am the unseen observer watching people look at art,” states Raborn regarding the museum series. “With diverse life experiences, unique individual histories, and extreme cultural variety, historical and contemporary art can provide us with a glimpse of the common threads that define being human. Most importantly, art offers perspectives beyond our own.” 

Laura Raborn holds a B.A. from Rollins College in 1993 and went on to earn a Masters in Art with a focus on painting from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2014. Her paintings have been included in numerous collections including the CARTI Collection, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Collection, the private collection of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and more. She is also a respected portrait artist and art instructor. She has conducted lectures and workshops at a diverse range of art institutions, galleries, and public spaces, including the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts in Little Rock, AR; the Ah Haa School for the Arts in Telluride, CO; the Argenta Library Gallery in Little Rock, AR; the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR; Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, AR; and many others. Raborn’s work has also been included in notable curated solo and group exhibitions, and is represented by galleries in the U.S. and in the Bahamas.