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Sunset Memorial Gardens

1590 Highway 70 East
Lonoke, AR 72086
(501) 676-3951
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Sunday, June 19, 2016

He was at the top of his profession."Hursley's career was taking off when he moved to Little Rock in 1980. He and his wife, who is from England (Lonoke County), are the parents of twin sons who are architecture students at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.When he was in New York on business in the 1980s, Hursley also spent a lot of time at Andy Warhol's Factory before the artist died in 1987.The Arkansas Arts Center hosted a Warhol exhibition in 2008 and Hursley's images were displayed in the atrium. "Tim Hursley: Warhol After the Silver Factory" focused on the architecture of Warhol's Factory at the Con Edison Building after moving from the Silver Factory studio in midtown Manhattan. While Hursley has been in several group shows around the country, he hasn't exhibited his solo show in the state since. That may change in the next few years. Hursley is in discussion with the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at UA for a retrospective and a book.Hursley's architectural photography career takes him all over the world, including a recent trip to South Korea to photograph the Asia Cultural Center in Gwangju.But Hursley, who also has clients in Arkansas, says he likes having other photography projects "in my own backyard, like my rundown Southern funeral homes. It's like a Southern landscape."That landscape includes a two-headed calf that is the star of an award-winning photograph."The calf is pretty awesome, but the photo of it is really cool. It speaks more than the calf itself."...Lawrence McElroy's confident, sophisticated Portrait of Gabriel Sword belies a rather shocking fact: He says it's the first oil painting he has produced in 37 years."I entered a large-scale figurative painting in 1979 and was accepted into the 'Delta'," the Alexander resident says. "Then I stopped painting. I was right out of school and I needed to make a living; I also realized I didn't have much to say as an artist. I was 21, with few life experiences. I felt ... and still feel ... paintings need to have content, not just be well-painted."McElroy considered becoming a medical illustrator, but wound up