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Guy W. Bell unveils Levitating Sculpture Feb. 6 at Thea Foundation
Guy W. Bell unveils Levitating Sculpture Feb. 6 at Thea Foundation

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The sixth installment of Thea Foundation presents The Art Department will feature the works of painter Guy W. Bell in an exhibition titled “Fourteen Minutes and Fifty-Nine Seconds: A Selection of Recent Works by Guy W. Bell,” which will debut with a reception Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at Thea Foundation.

The $10 charge at the door covers heavy hors d’oeuvres by Ben E. Keith, an open beer and wine bar, a live musical performance by John Willis and Late Romantics and the chance to win an original work by Guy W. Bell. Bell’s work that will be on display at Thea Foundation through the month of February.

Bell's work is well known in his home state of Arkansas. His painting "Cain & Abel" was selected by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art's exhibition "State of the Art." Limited edition signed prints of "Cain & Abel" are available from Thea Foundation for $125, with 25 percent of the proceeds benefiting Thea. Learn more about Guy W. Bell at http://guywbell.com/.

Singer/songwriter/pianist John Willis plays a medley of original tunes and covers. Learn more about John Willis Music and hear "King of the Cocktail Party" at http://www.johnwillismusic.com/.

Learn more about Thea Foundation at http://www.theafoundation.org/.