Your quest for the perfect piece for your bare wall is officially over. 

The Arkansas Arts Center’s 49th annual Collectors Show and Sale is back to help you fill the void. The local favorite and long running exhibition returns to once again transform the Little Rock gallery into a scene from The Big Apple. 

Members of the AAC Collectors Group set out to New York to curate the exhibition, drawing from galleries such as Pavel Zoubok Gallery, Debra Force Fine Art, Godel & Co., George Adams Gallery and Winston-Wächter Fine Art.

"We are thrilled to welcome the 49th Collectors Show and Sale to the Arkansas Arts Center," said Brian Lang, chief curator and curator of contemporary craft. "This year we are excited to present a diverse selection of works in the exhibition – ranging from Old Master drawings to finely crafted 'art-to-wear' jewelry – that will enable veteran collectors to add to their collections and perhaps inspire new ones to begin."

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Pieces vary in style and media, and are all for sale with prices ranging from less than $500 to $85,000 for that very, very special wall.

You can see the show beginning Friday, Nov. 10, and lasting through Sunday, Jan. 7. There’s also an exclusive Collectors Show Brunch for AAC members on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 9 a.m.

The AAC is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday. To learn more about the Collectors Show and Sale, click here.