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New Member!

Welcome

New Member

Trent Tally

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his Raku pottery!

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Heartwood Gallery Celebrates 15 years

Please join us for Heartwood Gallery’s 15th Year Celebration of promoting the creative arts in Northwest Arkansas! Heartwood is located at 428 S. Government Ave. across from the new Walmart Neighborhood Market on MLK in Fayetteville.

Special activities will take place Saturday September 10th 4:00 to 8:00 and Sunday September 11th 1:00 to 4:00. Heartwood artists will be hosting a Make-It and Take-It tent leading attendees in Rock Painting, Face Painting, Tie-Dying Bandanas, making Faery Houses, Origami Cranes, Mini Peace Poles, and Felted Flowers. There will be food and drink to enjoy both days and music on Saturday!

 

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Welcome new Potter Gailen Hudson

Welcome Gailen Hudson

Cultural influences to me are the earthenware of the Mississippian / Central and Southern Plains tradition of Native American pottery and the old functional ware of storage crockery, bowls, and whiskey jugs. I was introduced to the “art” side of clay by Angelo Garzio and Don Curtis. I was introduced to the “engineering” side of clay by a bunch of civil engineers and dirt contractors, and a brick of local clay. Clay is so down to earth.
~ Gailen E. Hudson

The Clay Bank Inc

4000 Johnson Rd, Ste B4

Springdale, Arkansas

 (479) 751-3838

 

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Fall Arrives at Heartwood Gallery

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Sunday June 28th! Pottery!

Meet the Potters Event at Heartwood Gallery

428 S. Government Ave Fayetteville AR

Join us this Sunday afternoon ! The seven potters of Heartwood Gallery will be showing their amazing pottery during our Meet the Potters Event, Sunday June 28th 1-4pm. We will serve mimosas, petit fours, homemade cookies and lemonade!
Duncan Martin, Rae Dunn, Janet Greeson, Margery Shore, Jerry Faulkner, Mary Curtis, Peter Lippincott

Music will be provided by Peter Lippincott our singing potter and Arkansas Living Treasure Award recipient. Peter Lippincott – MUSIC

 

 

 

Welcome Jerry Faulkner

Welcome Jerry Faulkner to Heartwood Gallery!

Ozark artist Jerry Faulkner creates her pottery in a charming old house in the heart of Prairie Grove, Arkansas. Jerry returned to her native state after many years of city life in Houston, Texas. When asked how she got started in pottery, Jerry replied, ” I walked into the teacing studio and said , ‘Show me the wheel. I want to be a potter. ‘