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story.lead_photo.caption Warren Criswell’s Road Kill hangs in a room at Cantrell Gallery dedicated to his work.

Laughter rings out in the gallery at Greg Thompson Fine Art in North Little Rock, where a pair of art lovers are almost giddy as they study an oil painting. It’s an unusual reaction to a piece of fine art, but then again, these are images of chimps smoking over sized cigarettes and dogs wearing sunglasses. The show features the madcap menagerie of Donald Roller Wilson, fully accessorized with floating olives, super-sized matchsticks and half-smoked cigarettes.

Donald Roller Wilson’s The Days of Sukkoth With Beverly Wanting a Big Pork Chop But Getting the Berries Instead hangs at Greg Thompson Fine Art.

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Style, Pages 51 on 11/24/2013

Print Headline: ‘Monkey Business’ on display

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