‘Women to Watch: Paper Routes’ traveling exhibit opens at Fenix Arts

Caption: Joli Livaudais, All That I Love (detail) 2013 – 2020 / Photo: Courtesy, Fenix Arts

A new traveling exhibit featuring work by four female artists working in Arkansas is now open at Fenix Arts in Fayetteville.

The exhibition, titled Women to Watch: Paper Routes was curated by Alison Glen, and features work by Ms. Glen: Joli Livaudais (Little Rock), Kim Brewer (Little Rock), Linda Lopez (Fayetteville) and Suzannah Schreckhise (Fayetteville), along with work by other Fenix Arts artists including Chuck Davis, Laurie Foster, Jaquita Ball, Brande Wilkerson, Lisa Nance, Melissa Milton, Fawn Wonsower-Potter, Karla Walden Caraway, Whitney Johnston Bell, Jo Ann Kaminsky
and Annie Edmondson.

The show is sponsored by The National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Fayetteville show is the sixth installment in the Women to Watch series.

The exhibition opened Jan. 13, and will run through Feb. 26.

An artist reception is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 21 at Fenix Arts, located in Millar Lodge at 150 N. Skyline Drive (part of Mount Sequoyah Center) in Fayetteville.

For a bit more information, check out the Facebook event.