Eve-N-odd Gallery was a tiny space on Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg that artist Jennifer Kosharek has filled with her own art and ambitious (considering its size) shows of other artists. She also went beyond her gallery walls to create murals and organize cool events such as a block yarn bombing, in which artists put up works made from yarn for a day under stealth. She will continue making art but is closing the gallery. Her final show features mail art in honor of Ray Johnson, the father of the genre. Come on Saturday, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the gallery, 645 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. It's free. Shown is an example of Kosharek's mail artwork from an earlier show.
Final show at Eve-N-odd Gallery opens in St. Petersburg
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