50+ beautiful gallery-wrapped canvas, framed canvas, and HD Aluminum prints on display
(all on sale for half price!)
11"x14" up to EIGHT feet wide
SEE MANY OF THE PRINTS ONLINE NOW **Note that not all prints shown in the online gallery are available all the time (or the sizes may be different than shown), and there may be prints available that are not shown online - stock can change daily. If you are driving a long distance it is always best to contact us to reserve a print so you will not be disappointed.
Tim's Canvas Prints Gallery is located next to our Cloudland cabin deep in the heart of the Buffalo River wilderness. We have large gallery-wrapped canvas prints on display and for sale, as many as 60 at a time. The gallery is open to the public several times a year during special open houses (in November and December, sometimes in the spring or summer too), and by appointment, otherwise the gallery is not open to the public. Send an e-mail or call if you are going to be in the area and want to come by for a visit.
Getting to the gallery is a long trip over rough gravel roads, but the trip will be worth it. (NORMAL vehicles are OK, you just have to drive slow on the rough county dirt roads.) There are no facilities at the gallery so be sure to eat and pee before you arrive! NOTICE: There are is no gas, food, or public restrooms available within 20 miles of Cloudland in any direction. If you come through any of the following communities these will be your LAST chance for any type of food, gas, or restroom - Deer/Nail (quickstop), St. Paul (quickstop), Kingston (quickstop), Ponca (Buffalo Outdoor Center or Lost Valley General Store, OR JBs Trading Post at Compton), or Jasper. Send an e-mail or give us a call to let us know when you would like to visit. SALE PRICES will apply!
DIRECTIONS TO THE GALLERY (open only by invitation or during open houses - a closed gate will greet you at other times)
TIM ERNST CANVAS GALLERY
"The most beautiful prints of Arkansas!"
Nature Images of Arkansas (and other wild places) by Tim Ernst