Choose your dates:

  1. Thursday, April 25, 2024

  2. Friday, April 26, 2024

Exhibitions

Elevate – Guest Floors

  • Elise Casiano, Cadmium, acrylic on canvas, 2022

  • Elise Casiano, Tino, acrylic on canvas, 2020

  • Elise Casiano, Radiate, acrylic on canvas, 2022

  • Elise Casiano, Hold Me, graphite and colored pencil on paper, 2019

  • Neal Harrington, Saint George and the Dragon, woodcut with india ink washes, 2015

  • Neal Harrington, In the Pines, woodcut with india ink washes, 2015

  • Neal Harrington, Virgo, woodcut with india ink washes, 2016

  • Sean Fitzgibbon, Page 200, ink and watercolor on paper, 2021

  • Sean Fitzgibbon, Page 196, ink and watercolor on paper, 2021

  • Sean Fitzgibbon, Page 100, ink and watercolor on paper, 2021

  • Sean Fitzgibbon, Page 75, ink and watercolor on paper, 2021

About the Exhibition

About the Exhibition

Elevate at 21c presents temporary exhibitions of works by artists living and working in the communities surrounding each 21c Museum Hotel property. Elevate provides hotel guests with unique access to the work of notable regional artists, while featuring their work in the context of 21c’s contemporary art space. To view these works, please stop by the front desk to arrange access to the vitrines on guest room floors.

About the artists:

Eliseo Casiano

Based in Batesville Arkansas, Eliseo Casiano reconfigures family photography and oral histories into saturated paintings and drawings. The works balance between a sense of mystery, free association, and humor that present a narrative reflecting a Mexican-American aesthetic centered on the artist’s lived experience.

You can find more of Eliseo’s work at eliseocasiano.com

 

Neal Harrington

Based in Russellville Arkansas, Neal Harrington’s work focuses on the mysticism of Southern lore; mixing Americana music narratives with ancient mythologies to produce complex images reminiscent of stories told by the campfire. These works are part of the artist’s Bootlegger’s Ballad series, showcasing imagery that allows the viewer space to build their own mythos around the scenery and characters.

You can find more of Neal’s work at nealharrington.com

 

Sean Fitzgibbon

Located in Eureka Springs Arkansas, the Crescent Hotel is considered one of the most haunted hotels in the United States. Sean Fitzgibbon’s graphic novel What Follows is True: Crescent Hotel blends oral histories, newspaper articles, and biographical information into a stunning visual telling of the Crescent’s dark and bizarre history. Presented here are five original paintings used in the novel.

You can find more of Sean’s work at seanfitzgibbonart.com and copies of What Follows is True: Crescent Hotel are available in our gift shop.