Showing Now thru Nov. 23:  “This Show we are in” solo exhibit featuring works by Daniela Kovacic. Gallery hours Sundays 12=5, Wednesdays 5-8p, Fridays 12-9p. To schedule private viewing appointments, email evanstonmade@gmail.com   Click here to view a slide show of the exhibit.

Showing Now thru Nov. 23: “This Show we are in” solo exhibit featuring works by Daniela Kovacic. Gallery hours Sundays 12=5, Wednesdays 5-8p, Fridays 12-9p. To schedule private viewing appointments, email evanstonmade@gmail.com

Click here to view a slide show of the exhibit.


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The Spirit of Community, works by Lea Basile Lazarus

The exhibit is on display thru Sept. 17. Artist talk Sept. 16, 3-5p. Gallery hours weekdays 12-5p, or by appointment via evanstonmade@gmail.com

Click here to learn more about Lea's work.

  Ben Blount   Currently show thru Feb. 28, 2017, Recollection examines the notions of race and culture we encounter growing up in the United States. Shared through reimagined learning tools and remembered narratives, this work explores how we collect these formative ideas about identity and commit them to memory. This collection of work from artist Ben Blount includes letterpress prints, handmade books, and various interactive elements. Photo of Ben Blount by Yvette Meltzer

Recollection, works by Ben Blount

Recollection examines the notions of race and culture we encounter growing up in the United States. Shared through reimagined learning tools and remembered narratives, this work explores how we collect these formative ideas about identity and commit them to memory. Photo of Ben Blount by Yvette Meltzer

  Joey Garfield   Mound Town originated from an obsession with building snowmen and a continued obsession of using vinyl and found objects as an art medium. At some point I found myself needing to break away from the standard snowman concept and own it. From there I realized that I didn't have to wait for snow to create because if you look, mounds spring up everywhere - during every season. It has become my mission to profile these pile ups of debris found in the corners of our world one mound at a time. But their life span is fleeting and in order to capture these mythical creatures in their natural environment I have to act fast.  If I can point to some kind of internal influence or artistic guidance when creating mounds it would be equal parts Jim Henson, Maurice Sendak and nature artist Andy Goldsworthy.

Mound Town, works by Joey Garfield

Mound Town originated from an obsession with building snowmen and a continued obsession of using vinyl and found objects as an art medium. Artist, filmmaker, creative  Joey Garfield manages to bring to life mounds, all over town. This installation is no longer in the gallery.