Artist Lori Pilkington Weeks is now exhibiting at the Bottle Tree Gallery in historic downtown Heber Springs. "This is a nice homecoming as I grew up in Heber Springs," says Lori. She studied under nationally acclaimed Glenda Turley, also from Heber Springs.
With more than 30 years experience, Weeks is a versatile artist represented through her array of diverse oil images, including commission portraits. Lori is best known for her collection of impressionistic poppy field paintings using unique color schemes and textures.
The Bottle Tree Gallery hosts a number of Arkansas and nationally acclaimed artists. Located in the historic "Old City Hall" building, 514 W. Main Street, just one block West of the Courthouse Square. Other Arkansas artists at the Bottle Tree include: Little Rock artist George Wittenberg with a special exhibit of his watercolor landscapes, a departure from his "postcard art,"; and April Shurgar who specializes in animals and landscapes.
Nationally acclaimed nature painter Maeve Croghan from San Francisco is also currently on exhibit. Don't this opportunity for outstanding art at incredible prices.