Hot Springs, Arkansas Art Websites

Websites relating to art and artists from Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. Downtown Hot Springs is a hot spot for art galleries but there are also other talented artists that can be discovered though their websites.

Layered Glass Iris in Custom Metal Stand - Hot Glass Gallery

Baker's Fabrication & Welding
Baker's Fabrication & Welding is a custom metal design shop. Some of their creations are along the Hot Springs Greenway Trail.

Carole Katchen 
Carole Katchen is an artist living in Hot Springs with numerous awards. She is also an art book author. Katchen's paintings have been featured in exhibitions around the globe.

Crooked Little Studio
Paintings and illustrations by Diana Garrison.

Cutwell 4 Kids 
Non-profit by Anthony Tidwell that offers free art sessions in the summer and low cost art programs.

Hugh Dunnahoe
Paintings and drawing from Hugh Dunnahoe. Some paintings are of Hot Springs scenes and landmarks.

Hot Glass Gallery
Kiln fired art glass including thick layered glass tiles, cast glass, colorful glass wall art, and fused & slumped bowls by Hot Springs native Mike Garner.  One of the newest creations is a glass portrait of Walter White as Heisenberg from Breaking Bad which took almost 10 firings to create.
Walter White Portrait in Glass - Inspired by Heisenberg from Breaking Bad -
Walter White Painterly Portrait in Glass - Inspired by Heisenberg from Breaking Bad

Hot Springs Area Cultural Alliance
A nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, advocate, and promote the Arts in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Hot Springs Public Art & Sculpture 
Throughout the city of Hot Springs you will find a collection of art and sculptures worth millions. Many of the sculptures are located along the Hot Springs Creek Greenway Trail.

Kara Gunter
Kara Gunter creates ceramic, glass art, and textile art.

Alison Parsons Studio 
Paintings of architecture and flora of Hot Springs including Bathhouse Row, Oaklawn Racing, and local landmarks.

Wearing the World
Local artist that takes natural stones and creates wearable art by wire wrapping the stones.