Euphoria on Congress Street is holding a trunk show for visiting artist Jennifer Smith’s work tomorrow night.
Starting at 7pm, Smith is showing her multimedia artwork in a trunk show exclusively for Euphoria. This is a one-time-only show. Smith hails from Portland, Ore., and brings a lot of that Northwest greenery aesthetic into her work. Smith’s work is, according to Euphoria co-owner Tausha Lell, “All original and all unqiue. It’s very organic, fluid and thoughtful.” Smith works in watercolor, charcoal or pastel. Many of those imagines get transferred to jewelry and clothing, specifically slips, making wearable art. The original drawings will be for sale as well.
That isn’t all that is for sale. Euphoria, located at 712 W. Congress St., is having a huge sale with the entire store being 10-50 percent off: perfume oils, vintage clothing, furniture, jewelry, knickknacks and more. Refreshments are going to be served and both the show and sale are going to keep going until the owners are tuckered out.
Lell and and partner Pat Marken are the current owners of Euphoria and they also have on sale the entire shop. Seriously. This longstanding vintage shop and all its merchandise is for sale. Tausha and Pat have plans to move to Oregon by the fall so if you’re in the mood to shop for a new line of work, swing by. Don’t be put off by the “For Sale” sign out front, the store is still open for business. Call 233-2034 for more information.
*The cute dog in the photo is not, however, for sale.
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