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Young Artists Award Winners

Once again, the younger generation of artists has come up with a lot of innovative and creative work. The exhibit will be on display at Mena Art Gallery, 607 Mena Street, through April 28 during regular gallery hours: 11 am … Continue reading

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Fiber Arts at Mena Art Gallery

One of the many types of art supported by your local gallery is that created in fiber: spinning, knitting, crochet, and whatever other way art can be created from any sort of fiber. A group of fiber artists meets at … Continue reading

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2018 Young Artists Competition

April will bring not only Spring blooms to Mena but the work of many talented young artists as well. There will be work on display at Mena Art Gallery, 607 Mena Street, in a wide variety of media: drawing, painting, … Continue reading

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Meet the Artist: Judith Cantrell

Judith Cantrell is one of the rising stars in our local art world. She is a soft-spoken, gentle, and very talented lady who creates exquisite drawings in several media. Her work has won some awards at Mena Art Gallery over … Continue reading

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The Art of Hair at Mena Art Gallery

The reception for the March exhibit at Mena Art Gallery, The Art of Hair, will be from 1 to 3 pm on Saturday, March 3, at 607 Mena Street. Awards will be presented around 2 pm. You will find two … Continue reading

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Twining Workshop at Mena Art Gallery

Twining is a method of making rugs, purses, and a variety of other fabric-based creations from strips of fabric. It’s something like the rag rugs that your grandmother made, but done on a loom. Niki Dempsey is doing a twining … Continue reading

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Youth and Beginning Adult Art Classes

Mena Art Gallery has been conducting Children’s Art Classes for many years, but now we have a new approach: classes for youth and beginner adults. Students for these classes should be at least 10 years old, but they are also … Continue reading

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