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Corner Joint is a service oriented art gallery, and furnishes the highest quality framing of art. Along with furnishing the highest quality in art reproductions, it specializes in capturing those treasured possessions in uniquely designed shadowboxes. Items such as medals, coins, clothes, letters and more can be captured in a box for display and preservation. Featured artists are Al Agnew, Edward Aldrich, Lowell Alford, and Gene Amondson.

Location: 205 N. College Street, Mountain Home Arkansas 72653 Telephone 870-425-8187 Toll Free: 877-331-4931

Other Art nearby:
(Branson) 50s at the Hop Show
(Branson) American Kids Show
(Hardy) Arkansaw Traveller Folk Theatre
(West Plains) Avenue Theatre
(Branson) Barbara Fairchild Show
(Branson) Bobby Vinton Blue Velvet Theatre

02/29 Coming to The Mountain Home area
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National Championship Chuckwagon Races Clinton AR August31-September2 Chuckwagon Races, Snowy River Race, bronc fanning, music, concerts, camping, trail riding, western trade show, horse and mule clinics, seminars, and barn dances.
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