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White Street Walk


Weekends are always buzzing in Eureka Springs. May through November you’ll find a community drum circle on the first Saturdays at Basin Park; every third Saturday at enjoy a free live music series at the park; on fourth Saturdays April through October Melonlight Ballroom hosts Dancing in the Park; and second Saturdays are reserved for the town’s gallery stroll where lovers can peruse the latest collections at dozens of local galleries and studios from 6-9 p.m.

Catch a live performance at Melonlight Ballroom (2 Pine St.) or drop in to take yoga or any of its dance classes including ballroom, Latin, swing, tango or country. Architecture aficionados must visit Thorncrown Chapel (Highway 62 West), designed by world-renowned architect E. Fay Jones. Thorncrown was listed fourth on the AIA’s top ten buildings of the 20th century. Sign up for a workshop at the Eureka Springs School of the Arts (15751 Highway 62) and learn anything from watercolor to illustration, woodwork and oil painting. This year, the school opened a 4,000-square-foot wood studio featuring a lathe room, machine room and bench room.

Eureka Springs is full of public art!


On the second Saturday of the month—April through November—galleries in Eureka Springs open their doors late to welcome guests and show new work. Experience a gallery stroll, or stop in year-round to delve into the amazing world of art in Eureka. Here are a few galleries that are not to be missed:

85 Spring Street Gallery
85 Spring St.

Eureka Fine Art Gallery
2 Pine St., Ste. Y

Fantasy & Stone
63 Spring St.

Iris at Basin Park
8 Spring St.

J.A. Nelson Gallery
37 Spring St.

Keels Creek Winery & Gallery
3185 E. Van Buren

Mosaic Studio
123 Spring St.

Quicksilver Gallery
73 Spring St.

Serendipity at the Crescent Hotel
75 Prospect Ave.

Studio 62
335 W. Van Buren

The Green Gourd
12 Center St.

The Jewel Box
77 Spring St.

Zark’s Fine Art Gallery
67 Spring St.

Regalia Handmade Clothing Boutique


Step back in time and shop handmade one-of-a-kind retro looks and modern essentials at Regalia Handmade Clothing Studio (16 White St.). Owner and designer Mark Hughes offers gorgeous, flattering patterns in a variety of fabrics. Find seasonal produce, baked goods, jellies, jams, cheese and more at the year-round Eureka Springs

Farmers Market (44 W. Van Buren) open April through November 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; and December through March 9 a.m.-noon on Thursdays.

Mundi Sauce


Spice things up with Mundi Sauce, a family business specializing is small batch hot sauce with unique flavors using only Arkansas farmers’ ingredients. Try the awardwinning Butternut Bomb and VooDoo Monkey flavors or grab a bottle of zesty Bloody Mary Mix. Two Dumb Dames Chocolate Store (33 S. Main St.) has been stocking Eureka Springs with handmade fudge, saltwater taffy and specialty chocolates since 1980. Pop in for a sugar fix and take some extra home. Relax on the patio overlooking the vineyards at Railway Winery and Vineyards (4937 Hwy. 187), a family-owned winery near the historic Beaver Bridge and beautiful Table Rock Lake.


Teresa Pelliccio


Teresa Pelliccio creates colorful, expressive femaledrives paintings you can find on display in the gallery at her Eureka Springs restaurant, DeVito’s (5 Center St.). “Before coming to Eureka I was an art lover and played around and dabbled, but I didn’t have the encouragement or belief that I could do it. After coming here, I was blown away by the galleries. A friend who owned a gallery encouraged me to take an art class and that opened up the doors for me and I got brave enough to start trying,” Pelliccio said.

Her work has a touch of the supernatural which comes from her process of experimentation with allegoric processes and merging elements of spirituality, intuition and rebellion with femininity, whimsy and impulse. She enjoys painting women, fashion, spiritual beings and whimsical still-life using palette knives and her hands.




Get a look inside the studios of local artists and see where the magic happens at the annual White Street Studio Walk on the third Friday of May. Visitors are invited to enjoy refreshments and live music as they walk the streets of the upper Historic Loop to tour the homes and studios for more than 40 artisans.