Pamla Klenczar, Painter

Buffalo National River
Upper River Area


Stars and Stripes
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Green Skies over Lavender Fields
Hubbard Farm
Floral Card Cover
Catsonguare
Curley, Moe & Larry
Buck 1
African Woman
African Woman 1
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Phone:  870-861-5853
Website: 
http://artbypamla.com
GPS:  36.01169,-93.33733   Map & Directions

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The destinations below are linked to directions maps, and expanded explantions of the destinations themselves. The travel times and distances listed below are from Pamla Klenczar's gallery. To create a map and directions from the cabin to the destination, copy and paste the GPS coordinates 36.01169,-93.33733 into the empty box on the mapping page and click on "get directions".

Ponca and Nearby Destinations:

Note that the times and distances listed in italics after the GPS coordinates are from Pamla's Gallery
Ponca Elk Education Center (in Ponca)  (870) 861-2432    
GPS:  36.02215, -93.36141  (2.8 miles, 5 mins
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AGFC elk education center, nationally recognized facility
Open daily 10 - 4:30 PM, Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
Boxley Valley Elk Herd (Highway 43 & 21)       Web
GPS:  35.97717, -93.40219  (6.8 miles,14 mins)

Home of Arkansas' famous elk herd, arguably the most viewable in the southern US. Mornings and evenings, fall rut exceptional.
Lost Valley Hiking Trail  (3 miles south of Ponca on 43)   
GPS:  36.00297, -93.37295  (4.1 miles, 10 mins)

NPS  The most popular hiking trail in the upper Buffalo River area. Barrier free stretch, suitable for families. Eden Falls, native american shelter, waterfall in cave, outstanding spring wildflowers.
Smith Creek Preserve (3 mi. south of Church on 21)   Web
GPS:  35.93548, -93.38612  (10,4 miles, 19 mins
)
Nature Conservency, hiking trail 500 ft. descent in 1 mile. Two track road, hiking trail, very scenic spring fed creek with outstanding spring wildflower show. Popular with photographers.  Remote.
Nelms Gallery (in Mt. Sherman, west on 74)
GPS:  36.028595,-93.237708  (8 miles, 14 minutes)
The 3400 square foot gallery is filled with nearly 200 canvas prints of Don Nelms' photography, printed on canvas and framed. There are varieties of landscapes, wildflowers, wildlife, and natural abstracts, virtually all from Buffalo National River Country.
Centerpoint Trailhead (5 miles north of Ponca on 43)       
GPS:  36.09222, -93.334693    (9.2 miles, 17 mins)

This trailhead is popular with hikers and horsemen. It is one of two ways to famous Hemmed In Hollow, the dangerous Goat Trail, Sneeds Creek Trail, and Granny Henderson's cabin. Big elevation changes, not for out of shape hikers. 1,000 ft descent. For most, this is an all day hike requiring frequent rest stops.

Nearby Towns:

 
Jasper  (16 mles from Ponca on Hwy 74)  20 minutes
GPS:  36.00835, -93.18635  (13.7 miles, 22 mins)

Quaint village of 500, offering places to eat including the Boardwalk Cafe, and the Cliff House Inn (6 miles south on Highway 7). A few shops to visit featuring local artists and offering local curiosities.
Harrison  (26 miles north of Ponca on 43)   35-45 minutes
GPS:  36.23026, -93.10802  (29.4 miles, 41 mins)

Harrison is a small town of 12,000 that offers many services not available at Ponca or Jasper. Most businesses are north of the square, 40 minutes or more away from Ponca. For emergency car repairs it would be the closest destination.
Works by Pamla Klenczar
Pamla LaDon Kommer-Klenczar
I live in the Boston Mountain Range of the Ozarks, on the side of a mountain in the middle of a forest, with 4 large dogs and 1 husband. All of whom require a lot of attention.  

We own and operate a vacation cabin rental which keeps us busy and we get to meet a lot of people from all over.
I sing in my church band and do a vegetable garden every year plus little by little carve out some gardens and landscaping here.
 
However, my passion is painting! I love to paint with my pens, pencils and brushes from the photorealistic to the surreal!

I used to do a lot of street fairs and shows a year but after having moved to such a secluded area I now only involve myself with local shows and tours.