By Tara Thomas tthomas@thedailycitizen.com

By Tara Thomas tthomas@thedailycitizen.com

Artwork from an Arkansas State University-Beebe art instructor partly inspired by tornadoes is being featured in an showcase for art rejected from another exhibition.

Lisa Floryshak’s work, along with artwork by Rick VanHook of Searcy is being showcased in Little Rock at the Delta des Refuses, which roughly translates in English to “salon of rejects” and features artists not selected for the annual Arkansas Arts Center’s Delta Exhibition.

“I was a bit disappointed in not being selected for the Delta [Exhibition], however, I do understand the nature of applying to a juried show,” Floryshak said.

The Delta des Refuses began in 2015 and runs annually to coincide with the Delta Exhibition.

According to a press release, this year’s Delta des Refuses “is the largest exhibition in the exhibition’s history, with 105 artists from three states participating.”

“Conceived in the spirit of the original Paris Salon des Refuses from 1863,

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