Dogtown Proud

Located at 4th & Main Street, the Dogtown Proud mural was created by artist Kevin Kresse.

The most recent mural in Argenta Arts District is Dogtown Proud. Located on the corner of Main and Fourth Streets. The vision of the mural is to capture the spirit of "Dogtown" and to express the pride it's residents feel for their home. The mural is a great place for a selfie with friends, human or furry.

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Meet the Artist

Kevin Kresse

Kevin Kresse is an Arkansas native who supports his family as a painter and sculptor in Little Rock. He has exhibited his work around Arkansas and in New York, NY, Washington DC, Memphis, TN and Atlanta, GA.

Kresse has been awarded painting fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts – Mid-America Arts Alliance and the Arkansas Arts Council. He has also won several awards in the Arkansas Arts Center annual Delta competition.

Kresse’s work has been featured in articles in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, the Arkansas Times, the North Little Rock Times, the Little Rock Free Press, Active Years magazine and Soiree magazine. He has also been featured in pieces produced by the local affiliates of ABC, CBS and PBS television, as well as a short film by Garret Larkin.

Kresse’s work can be found in the Hillcrest section of Little Rock at Gallery 26, 2611 Kavanaugh and on the web at kevinkresse.com.