My last pop-up in May was a set-up for Evanston Made Month at Creative Coworking.
The May-June Art & Wine Night featured macro photography art by Ross Martens and vibrant paintings by Laura Engel.
I set up a booth in a conference room, complemented by artwork created by Greg Palmer.
As usual, art appreciators came to converse about the work.
Laura showed off one of my favorite pendants, which she bought before the reception began. 🙂
Who doesn’t love rainbow druzy?
I chatted with wonderful Evanstonians throughout the evening.
It was fun to try out the new vases created by Everlasting Fire Studio just for me.
The Creative Coworking Art & Wine Nights always feature nibbles.
I liked the shadow games my pieces were playing.
It is always good to have extra product shots for the webshop (which is undergoing repair).
A few pieces found new homes.
And in time for pride month I was able to give Angela her rainbow safety pin commission.
It was a lovely evening, and I look forward to the next rotation of art in the front lobby.
My butterflies have moved to the third floor of Creative Coworking to make room for Virginia Kondziolka’s beautiful pieces downstairs.
This is my favorite Engel.
You can view this exhibit until the end of the month as part of Evanston Made.
People photos courtesy Creative Coworking