Marcia Davis

The Gallery at Midtown is managed by Minerva Arts, a non-profit organization devoted to accessible art education and creative community experiences that inspire, enrich, and unite Northwest Arkansas through the universal language of art.

A founding member of Minerva Arts and curator of The Gallery at Midtown, Marcia Davis has been a central figure in the Northwest Arkansas arts community for more than a decade. As Co-Chairman of Art On The Creeks, Marcia is a driving force behind Northwest Arkansas’ premier art festival, which draws more than 80 artists from 12 states to Rogers each October. Says Marcia, “My goal is to not only create art but to also bring high-quality artwork and diverse styles from different voices to our NWA community.” A successful artist in her own right, Marcia’s work can often be seen about town and always online at marciadavisart.com.

Marcia Davis

The Gallery at Midtown is managed by Minerva Arts, a non-profit organization devoted to accessible art education and creative community experiences that inspire, enrich, and unite Northwest Arkansas through the universal language of art.

A founding member of Minerva Arts and curator of The Gallery at Midtown, Marcia Davis has been a central figure in the Northwest Arkansas arts community for more than a decade. As Co-Chairman of Art On The Creeks, Marcia is a driving force behind Northwest Arkansas’ premier art festival, which draws more than 80 artists from 12 states to Rogers each October. Says Marcia, “My goal is to not only create art but to also bring high-quality artwork and diverse styles from different voices to our NWA community.” A successful artist in her own right, Marcia’s work can often be seen about town and always online at marciadavisart.com.

Are you an art lover?

The Gallery at Midtown is a contemporary art gallery located within our office in downtown Bentonville. The gallery hosts solo and group exhibitions by talented regional artists. The exhibitions rotate every few months, so drop by often! To find out more and get updates about our current featured artists, visit the Gallery at Midtown Facebook page.

Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 9am – 5pm

Are you an artist?

If you’re interested in hosting an exhibition of your work in The Gallery at Midtown, please send a submission request and digital portfolio to Marcia Davis, our gallery curator, at [email protected].

Previous Artists

  • Greg Ballos - For over a decade, Greg has been developing his own unique style of fine art photography that seeks to push the boundaries of dynamic light, bold contrasts and ethereal tones.
  • Steve Horan - I am an abstract landscape painter. I attempt to look beyond what is in front of me to reach a greater interpretation. My abstract vistas give the viewer the freedom
  • Carol Hart - Carol Hart, born in Shreveport, La., developed a love for art at a very young age. She earned a BA in Fine Arts with an emphasis in painting from Stephen
  • Jaquita Phillips Ball - Jaquita Ball has settled into Bentonville, Arkansas, with a downtown art studio (Red Cat Art) and has narrowed her business clientele for marketing services to visual artists, all the while
  • Tim Tyler - I’ve been called a wordsmith because I like to use the right word efficiently and effectively to convey ideas. The same holds with true with my visual art. I’ve trained
  • LaDawna Whiteside - “Spring begins as a lightning bolt streaks across the Southern sky, followed shortly by a shotgun boom of thunder that nearly wakes the dead. Summer nights, dark as pitch, fill
  • Julie Isaac - Julie Isaac of Fayetteville has produced intimate shots of the natural world that surrounds us. In her artist statement, Ms. Isaac discusses the healing powers of participating in the nature
  • Duane Gardner - This series of paintings continues to explore the practice of editing as well as mark-making. I have also decided to incorporate text into my work. In the past, I have