Ed Alexander

644 Wildcat Mountain
Melbourne, AR 72556
Contact: edalexander3079@gmail.com

Ed Alexander has been exploring the wilds of Arkansas for 40 years, capturing his adventures in stunning photographs. His images are displayed in homes, offices, hospitals, publications, and galleries throughout the nation. He continues to fulfill his love of teaching by serving as instructor of the Arkansas Craft School and Eureka Springs School of the Arts. In his 17th year as an artist on the Studio Tour, Ed will be offering photo prints and works on canvas, as well as a limited number of photo books.

For 2021 he is also offering functional ironwork combining hand-wrought iron and native wood. His work including live edge tables, gates, chairs, benches, and more will add a natural touch to your home or patio. Visit him on Wildcat Mountain for enduring art and a spectacular view.

Directions to

the Studios of Ed and Pam Alexander
Wildcat Mountain

From the court square in Mtn. View, follow Highway 9, 5 & 14 north to the intersection at Angler’s Resort (approx. 6 miles).  Turn right on Highway 9 and cross the White River. Follow the signs for 5 miles to the drive up Wildcat Mountain. Visitors agree that the art, the relaxing deck, and the spectacular view are worth the drive.

Wildcat Mountain

From 107 W Main St, Mountain View, AR 72560 drive 0.6 mi. Turn left onto AR-5 / AR-9 / AR-14 / Sylamore Ave Days Inn on the corner Drive 5.4 mi. Bear right onto AR-9 4.6 mi. Bear right onto Wildcat Mtn 0.4 mi. Arrive at Wildcat Mtn on the left. The last intersection is 644 Wildcat Mtn