Award winning artist Charlotte Rierson is showcasing her work in a one-woman art exhibit at the Fairfield Bay Library. The exhibit is sponsored by the North Central Arkansas Artist League.

Charlotte, a Jacksonville, Ark., native, and her husband, Don, moved to Fairfield Bay in 1991 after Don retired his fighter pilot wings from the Air Force. Between them, they have three children and 11 grandchildren.

Charlotte has been involved in what she calls her "art spirit journey" since an early age. She is past president of the Mid Southern Watercolorists and currently the group’s director of the regional art advisers. She is a signature member of the Arkansas League of Artist.

Reirson has exhibited artwork in the Capitol in Washington, D.C., Arkansas Governor’s Mansion, Clinton Presidential Library, Repertory Theatre, and more. She has won numerous art awards and has artwork in the permanent collections of many Arkansas institutions. Her work has been featured art books, magazines and calendars.

One of her greatest honors was receiving the Arkansas Governor’s Award in Community Art Development sponsored by the Arkansas Arts Council.

Her work is on exhibit at the new Our Towne Conference Center in Fairfield Bay where she is the director for the North Central Arkansas Art Gallery. To view her work visit

Rierson’s work at the library will be on display through October 31 during regular hours from 1-4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday; 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday.