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Eureka Springs, Arkansas Christmas Shopping

We’ve got Christmas shopping in Eureka Springs down to an “art”! Tired of fighting the mall scene for gifts that are just ordinary? Explore the many galleries and one of a kind shops in Eureka Springs for unique gifts for your loved ones! Skip the malls and deck the halls this year in Eureka Springs, Arkansas!

Here are just a few you’ll love! 

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Studio 62

Ron Lutz and his wife Jody Stephenson live the American dream at Studio 62–their gallery and home in Eureka Springs. Ron’s resume of photographic accomplishments includes exhibitions in Arkansas, Colorado, California, and Wyoming; publication in Southwest Art Magazine; Artist-in-Residence award at Rocky Mountain National Park; and historical survey documentation for the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. He specializes in black and white photography and has a passion for alternative photographic processes. Three of Ron’s architectural photographs were selected for inclusion in the Architecture in Focus Exhibit at the Oakland Museum sponsored by the Council on ArchitectureRecently, Ron has been juried into two exhibitions at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.  

Jody Stephenson, artist and author of Faltering Towards Perfection: Art, Faith, and Everything In Between. Jody’s paintings have been represented by many fine galleries and collected all over the country. Her fine art notecards have been featured in Barnes & Noble Booksellers and Neiman Marcus stores nationwide.  Jody and her husband, Ron Lutz, live and work at Studio 62, their gallery in beautiful Eureka Springs, Arkansas. 

Zarks Gallery

Since its opening in 1995, Zarks Gallery has continued to redefine the art scene in an art-town focused on the traditional. Zarks quickly became a destination for art collectors and appreciators alike focusing on blown glass, contemporary paintings, local pottery and fine jewelry. Presenting a regular schedule of artist receptions and fundraisers, Zarks Gallery features the most eclectic collection in Eureka Springs, Northwest Arkansas and the tri-state region. Ranging from the world famous Tim ” The Frogman” Cotterill to bronze sculptor Nano Lopez and several local Arkansas artists.

 

Quicksilver

Quicksilver is an art and fine craft gallery located in Downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas and featuring  local, regional and nationally known artists on our two store levels.

Quicksilver boasts artist made jewelry and unique art including one of a kind wall tapestries, wildlife watercolors, photographs, limited edition prints, pottery (rustic, hand-thrown pieces fired in a wood burning kiln, gold or platinum drenched porcelain and raku fired with Ostrich feathers) in a variety of shapes and glazes, and numerous works in wood and metal. 

Quicksilver Gallery opened in 1991 and has been in its present location since 1997. 

The Statton Gallery

The Statton Gallery, Madison’s Garden is an art gallery, with an outdoor sculpture garden in honor of Jom’s family, art, Eureka Springs, the artists and their positive impact on humanity, the beauty of nature found in the hills, springs and mountains of Eureka Springs and North West Arkansas, and of course, the wonderful memory of Madison and his love for people, and life.

 

Fusion Squared

Fusion Squared is proud to continue the tradition of locally created art for that one of a kind Eureka experience. The venue is one of Eureka Springs’ newest galleries, featuring the fused glass art of local artist, John Rinehart and showcasing his hand-crafted fused glass art glass and jewelry. Fusion Squared located at 84 Spring Street and is open daily at 10:00am. 
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