If you missed the inagurual Art in its Natural State event, fret not. The outdoor exhibit, which features nine site-specific art installations, is free and open to the public through March of next year. This collaboration with artists across the South displayed artworks among the natural beauty at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute and Petit Jean Park in central Arkansas.
A kick-off event for Art in its Natural State was held the weekend of April 28. The exhibit honors Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller’s legacy and belief that art should be accessible to everyone. Self-guided maps are available for guests.
– Sandra McGrew, Ghidotti Communications