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Eureka Thyme

Eureka Thyme has been representing local artists and craftspeople since 2004. We have recently moved from our highway location to downtown Eureka Springs.

Eureka Springs

United States
Address:
19 Spring Street
72632
Phone: 479-363-9600
Fax: n/a
Website: EurekaThyme.com


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Artists Represented

Diana Harvey. Carol Dickie, Carol Peacock, Cynthia Re Robbins, Ed Lohrum, Betina Johnson, Randal Thompson, Kriste-lee


Current Exhibitions

Paradise Pottery is debuting their new low-fire raku. Beautiful, functional pieces to grace your home.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

The Starbird Collection

This show will introduce you to Ken's exquisite ceramic sculptures and Sandy's surprising primal images. Ken Starbird has attained such a distinctive signature in ceramics that his sculptures have the look of emerging from the hand of a wizard.
Sandy Wythawai Starbird's images speak of that which is hidden behind the mask and the connectedness of all things. Shown here is her Spirit Seeker. Their cool creations will be on display throughout the month of May, with a special reception being held in their honor on May the 23rd from 6 to 8 p.m.




Previous Exhibitions

Woodworking genius of Jim Kibby and John Dilbeck. Turned bowls and burl.


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Art Fairs

May Fine Arts Festival in Eureka Springs is always exciting! We have gallery strolls every Saturday evening.


Submission Policy

Local art only.


Press Releases

Smoke Drawing Show
Ed Lohrum's smoke drawings are reminiscent of the earliest known art: that which was left on cave walls by prehistoric man. By first applying a sooty smoke to mat board and then etching a scene in that smoke, Lohrum frees the art from the soot. Join us to meet the magician who creates these wonders from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 2. Most galleries in Eureka Springs will be having shows throughout the month of May, so plan on spending lots of time here!!

Art of Luminaria

Peter Wooten is a man of many talents! His pure and perfectly-scented soy and palm candles have become a must-have for the discerning candle connoisseur.
The luminaria which he creates have reached such a degree of subtle beauty that we feel he must be celebrated during this month-long art festival Peter will be explaining his process on May 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. His creations are always available at Eureka Thyme.

Dailey Show

Maureen Dailey's unique sculptures feature found objects and glass. She exemplifies the spirit of Eureka with her unbounded bliss as reflected in her creations. Join us from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 16 to meet Maureen at ... [ Read all ]


Press Links

www.artineureka.com


News

Our new location is fabulous! Visit us soon!


Location And Getting There

19 Spring Street, in historic downtown Eureka Springs. Across the street from the Basin Park and Hotel, at the corner of Spring and Center Streets.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Marsha Havens


Opening Times

Seven days a week. Sunday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.