Sunday is the last day of the first Plein Air Art Festival, a juried, invitational event where artists all weekend have been creating, selling and exhibiting art in the Plein Air style, that is, outside.
The festival ends with a competition on Sunday, July 17, judged by Master Plein Air Painter Don Yang and community members. (Yang also held a class for the community Saturday. July 16, on paining.)
The festival is thanks to Evanston Made and the City of Evanston. Today, there will be a sale of the art and judging:
- July 17, 1 p.m. – 3p.m. Plein Air Artists Exhibit and Art Sale at Fountain Square in Downtown Evanston.
- July 17, 3 p.m. -5 p.m., Festival Judging, Awards and Artist Reception, at Fountain Square in Downtown Evanston.
Visit evanstonmade.org for more information on this festival.