A ‘Pop Up Art Show’ is planned for next month in a storefront on Chicago Avenue in downtown Evanston.

The event is being planned by Chicago gallery owner Joy Horwich and her daughters for a 1,200 square-foot space at 1627 Chicago Ave., across from Whole Foods.

The show — running from Feb. 7 to 19 — will feature one-of-a-kind paintings and sculpture from Chicago area and out-of-state artists.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Artists with works for sale in the show include Deborah Eppstein and Jack Kreig, both of Evanston, Judith Roth, Laurie Rubin, Chuck Wickler, Mark McMahon, Gary Weidner, Gretchen Sigmund, Joyce and Steve Rebora, Rebecca Zemans, Eileen Neill, Eric Jensen, Nina Weiss, Ezra Siegel, Didier Nolet, Anna Dibble, and Susan Clayton, Jill Specks, Robert T. Knill, John Showalter, Scott Fincher, and Scott Fishman.

Top: Detail from Susan Clayton’s sculpture “Going Out To Meet My Man.” Below: Didier Nolet’s oil on canvas painting titled “Prelude.”

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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