Upcoming Events


Chancellor Hotel Reception - November 8

Opening reception at the Chancellor Hotel featuring new work by Fenix artists and book signing by Eureka Springs author and artist Zeek Taylor. Taylor is the author of two books , “Out of the Delta” and “Chimps Having Fun”. Live Music. 5-8 p.m.


Sonic Images - November 9

The series, Sonic Images, is thrilled to present Jake Hertzog, critically acclaimed guitarist in a performance of a suite from his album Well Lit Shadow at the Fenix Gallery.

The suite is for solo electric guitar and is inspired by the images of particle collisions.  Hertzog’s music was composed as a set of nine pieces with short improvisations leading from one to the next. Some of the pieces are very literal, they are an attempt to depict the chaos and beauty of these collisions and the images produced by our measurements of them. Other pieces are meditations on the deeper meaning of these experiments, the incredible machines we have created to do them, and the secret knowledge we have built them to pursue.

Doors at 6 p.m., performance at 7 p.m.


A Confederate Widow in Hell - November 16/17

By popular request, Breaker/Fixer (creators of the award-winning show, 'There Ain't No More!") are remounting their second, wildest play at The Fenix Gallery! 

After 150 years of waiting, a Confederate Widow returns, determined to solve her eternal fate. 

Friday November 16, and Saturday November 17
Performance at 8 p.m.
$15 tickets at the door, seating is limited. 

In the Gallery


Fenix Fayetteville artists present Influences, a show of muses and other sources of impact. The concept is to engage the viewer into a deeper understanding of what sparks inspiration and direction in the work of the various Fenix artists exhibiting. The exhibition runs from October 4 to 27, 2018, with an opening reception on First Thursday, October 4, from 5 to 9pm.

Fenix artist Steve Schneider has created a piece influenced by the work of the late painter and Fenix member Bill Flanagan. The painting will be auctioned off to raise funds for the creation of the William Mayes Flanagan Studio at Fenix Gallery. The new workroom will provide a creative space for working artists and community outreach projects.