Friday, September 28, 2012

John Sewell

 Reach inside and explore some 
interior space 
go ahead.
         If humans were made of wood, 

we would look like John’s sculptures.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Gregory Moore

Greg  has been busy decorating the world. Artistic potential is everywhere!

How about Moore Fish ?

Friday, September 21, 2012

New Underground Artist

hand formed blackened paper

Licorice pieces in vanilla milkshake
Snow on quenched ember
Is there blood beneath?

Monday, September 17, 2012

One of the first things you see inside the Underground is the work of   Lisa Jo Outlaw,


who specilizes in making the ordinary into something extraordinary.

** Watch the you tube of our Grand Opening September 6th!* *

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Sheila Richards and Eli Mathis

Two of our best-selling artists this month are from widely divergent places in the art spectrum.
Sheila Richards’ nesting bowls belonging to the earth yet elevated to the table - organic remnants from an ancient rite. Can you smell the smoke?

Eli Mathis works arebold, fresh and full of youthful vigor.   Watch his unique vision develop.


Sunday, September 9, 2012

Visiting artist Joel Armstrong

A "clothesline" of wire sculpture by Joel Armstrong

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Thank You, Fayetteville

The Main Gallery minutes before the opening
Thank you Mayor Lioneld Jordan and the City Council,
Marilyn Heifner and the Advertising and Promotion Commission,
Supporting members,volunteers, and board of directors of the Fayetteville Underground for your vision and contributions to make Fayetteville Underground re-emerge in a memorable event.
Thanks also to Harp’s, Liquor World and Dripping Springs Gardens for food, beverages and flowers.
Thank you, Fayetteville, for all your kind words and encouragement.
Our Grand Opening was a great success. Moving onward, we pledge to continue providing an extraordinary art experience for all who visit.

 Ribbon cutting with artist Sabine Schmidt, Mayor Lioneld Jordan, 
Fayetteville Underground Board Members Maudie Schmitt and Ralph Nesson

A Fine Party:

and a great variety of artwork to see:

 Portal #3
MM Kent  creates worlds that beckon.   
Accept the invitation, 
walk through the portal and enter these magical places

Monday, September 3, 2012

First Thursday

Kaminsky the great, a monumentally solid anchor, providing visual mantras for our mutual ‘grounding’. Gravitate toward ultimate truth. Closer . . . closer still.

Sharon Killian

Soft pastels appear on the wall, 
transported from where?
Who knows what striking subject is next?   
Sunset saturated color. Exquisite design, 
whether horizon focused or zooming to intimate space.

Sunday, September 2, 2012


Ed Pennebaker - This sculptor of light makes it easy - living with the elegance of glass. I think this piece is saying something about our biological imperative. Has Ed captured the moment of fertilization?

Martha Molina  - Her artwork must have escaped while she wasn’t looking  (it is a bit feral).
 Where has it come from?