Thursday, November 14, 2013


This is our 4th year to offer exciting handmade gift items for the holidays! This year we'll be featuring, Taylored Curiosities (from across the pond in England), Katherine Michael (local queen bee of folk art), the Crafty Hag--Coralette Damme, Calan Ree, Saori, and plenty of rag dolls and illustrations by Jennifer Kosharek.

We focus on art for the masses with items starting at $2! The gallery carries over 40 artists work... if you examine every nook and cranny! Please come out and shop with us!

Official opening is November 16th with light refreshments
6-10pm at the eve-N-odd gallery, 645 Central Ave #11, St. Petersburg, FL.

We will also be open late Dec. 14th and Dec. 21st! 6-10pm! for more shopping opportunities.

If you have a any questions please feel free to call me! 727.433.4981

Sunday, September 29, 2013

October: Tara Radosevich

October at the eve-N-odd gallery!
Tara Radosevich's first ONE WOMAN SHOW:
 Tara Radosevich
OCTOBER 12th 7-10 pm
eve-N-odd gallery
645 Central Ave. #11
St. Petersburg, FL 33701 
contact: Jennifer Kosharek
Tara Radosevich was born on March 6,1990 in Saint Petersburg, FL. A local artist, she has participated in group shows around the St. Pete and Tampa area. This will be her first solo exhibition. Her work is primarily paintings and drawings that focus' on animals as the subject matter. She also loves to dabble in other mediums as well such as photography. Currently she attends the University of South Florida and will earn her Bachelor's in Fine Arts this December.
Show Statement
My process is the expulsion of the subconscious in reaction to the external. Deriving from my infatuation with folklore, wildlife, and the supernatural. My internal emotions and reactions to my external experiences manifest themselves into animal imagery. The paintings themselves become allegorical narratives composited of Symbolism, Surrealism, and Realism. The animal is as is; an emotion, a portrait, a memorable experience, or invoke its own symbolic origins unto the viewer. I am in search of this unison between the human and the beast-the importance of what exactly that animal means to us as the human species; in our dreams and our fears.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Things to DO!

"There are many charming and slightly quirky galleries in St. Petersburg, and among my favorites is Eve-N-Odd Gallery, 645 Central Ave. It's a slip of a space in the Crislip Arcade in which artist Jennifer Kosharek displays her own work and that of other artists. Right now, see the work of conceptual artist Picasso Gaglione, who was an early member of the mail art movement."
Lennie Bennett

Monday, August 26, 2013


eve-N-odd gallery
645 Central Ave. #11
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

All work will be displayed at the gallery for the month of January!  Photographs of art and the show will be displayed:

Picasso Gaglione: Looking Back Looking Forward

September 7th at the eve-N-odd, 7-10pm

A New look for Old Photos
A show of works by Picasso Gaglione 
Text: Darlene Domel
Eve N Odd Gallery 645 Central Ave St Petersburg Fl
Opening 7 Sept 2013
Picasso Gaglione created many incarnations and identifications during his long career as a conceptual artist. 
He was one of the very early correspondents in the mail art network started by Ray Johnson and his work under the post name “dadaland” is present in catalogs and the documentation of mail art shows beginning in the late 60’s and continuing to the present day. A large body of his mail art work is part of the permanent collections of the archive of the Library of San Francisco, the Center for the Book Arts in Minnesota, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, and the special collections section of the Art Institute of Chicago.
A fascination with all things Italian led him to the discovery of the Futurist Sintesi theater pieces in the late 50’s and ultimately to the performance of these pieces all through the mid 70’s and into the twenty first century.  His involvement with the Fluxus art movement in performance art is well documented from the mid 60’s to the present day.  He currently performs at art events in museums, galleries and art centers under the title “DADA machine FLUXUS”.
He began to use rubber stamps in his artwork in the early stages of his career and finally, in the late 70’s, taught himself how to make rubber stamps for his own use. In the early 80’s he and his wife, Darlene Domel, founded the fine art rubber stamp company, “Stamp Francisco” and became an inadvertent influence in the foundation of the rubber stamp industry.  For more than thirty years they have worked to encourage, teach and inspire others to produce and use rubber stamps creatively.
Gaglione offers a video tour of his very first “Rubber Stamp Museum, dating from the early 80’s, on “you tube” under the title “Abracadada Rubber Stamp Museum. They opened their first rubber stamp store in the early 80s in San Francisco. During this period Picasso also began the series of accumulation publications entitled “STAMPZINE” in which contributors were asked to contribute 75 hand stamped pages. He then compiled the pages and designed the covers.  All contributors received an issue containing these original art pieces and museums and art libraries regularly collected editions. 
Picasso took this craft into fine art world in the 90’s with the creation of his “ StampArt Gallery”.  He decided that the gallery would exclusively exhibit the use of rubber stamps in fine art by notable international artists. He personally selected each subject and researched information for every monthly show. He designed a unique poster and catalog for each event. The gallery poster collection was recently featured in a one-man show in New York City and the catalogs are now part of the permanent collection of the library of New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
He is recognized as one of the earliest creators of art “zines’ and other limited edition art magazines beginning in the early 70’s.  He coined the word “Dadazine” to describe these works. He was an active participant in the development of the  “artistamp” concept and still uses his own antique perforating machine to create limited editions of his “Stamp Art” zines, the conceptual combination of both art forms.
One of Picasso’s most innovative creations is the limited edition box set. Each of these handmade box sets usually, but not always, contains a combination of his favorite art forms: a rubber stamp, a zine - often entirely hand stamped, and an artistamp sheet focused on a subject of some particular fascination to him. They are produced in very limited editions and succinctly reflect his rather whimsical perspective on some provocative and often obscure fragment of art history.
The works in this show contain a capricious collection of altered antique photographs bearing the unique “Gaglione” signature. With pen and ink Picasso carefully creates another layer of complex designs over the old images in a kind of dada art graffiti that transforms the antique into a modern, witty dynamic. He draws history into fantasy.
Picasso Gaglione never stops making art or discovering new ways to make art. Examples of his works can be found in private collections and major art museums worldwide
Picasso Gaglione and his wife currently reside in Lake Villa Illinois, outside Chicago.  He still produces a line of rubber stamps in addition to his other artworks.  He can be found actively corresponding with other artists all over the world via his  “facebook” page.
Ó Darlene Domel 2013

Thursday, August 1, 2013


August is a great month to buy a new piece of Hugo art! Time to decorate the dorm room or add some summer color to your décor! Hugo Porcaro Jr has created a new line of paintings with the theme of plants and animals! Please join us for artwalk for the show opening!  
August 10th
7-10 pm
eve-N-odd gallery
645 Central Ave #11
St. Petersburg, FL33701

 DJ ROZAK will be spinning the hits too!!!!!

Sunday, July 7, 2013


eve-N-odd gallery is thrilled to announce a change in the gallery.  We are taking on a large portion of work from Detroit, MI, Redbull artist, "Lost Talent".  July 13th's artwalk will be the kick off party to LOST TALENT SOUTH... the Southern wing of Lost Talent's art.   eve-N-odd will still host many local artists and monthly art shows. 
This will be a great unification of cities and art... Detroit and St. Petersburg. 
Lost Talent specializes in hand cut stencils.  Each layer of color in his piece is an intricate stencil.   Stencils and spray paint bring breath taking realism to his canvas art. 
Lost Talent was a featured Red Bull artist and has been showing work in both Detroit and St. Petersburg for many years.  He grew up in Detroit as a street artist. 
July 13th
eve-N-odd gallery
645 Central Ave. #11
St Petersburg, FL 33701
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Monday, June 10, 2013

Art Taco: Eve N Odd CANNED Art Show

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Monday, April 29, 2013


Please send your spray can art to
eve-N-odd gallery
645 Central Ave. #11
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
DUE JUNE 1st, 2013
Please include your
sale price or not for sale
AND RETURN POSTAGE in cash or postage stamps
*gallery takes a 35% commission and artist gets 65%

Show opening is June 8th from 8:30 -10 pm
DJ 13AM will be spinning
general fun for all ages
Show lasts through June! 


Please send FRANK ZAPPA mail art to eve-N-odd Gallery, 645 Central Ave. #11, St. Petersburg, FL 33701.  Due August 1st for August showing at the gallery.  No returns.  OPEN CALL for mail art. 

Thursday, April 18, 2013


Tomorrow night is going to be the epic party of the year!  Please join eve-N-odd in extended gallery hours for art shopping!  We will have a special musical performer, the Rebecca Zapen Trio from 6-8pm in the Crislip arcade!  The whole 600 Block will be blocked off, closed to traffic.  There will be gourmet good vendor trucks, snazzy drinks, live music of Geri X, DJ Sugar Bear, and an art opening of ACTION!  at the Blue Lucy Gallery.  Please join us for a night of fun!  6-11pm! 

This event has been graciously funded by Chart 411 and the Sunscreen Film Fest

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

eve-N-odd gallery is pleased to showcase the Visual poetry work of Reed Altemus this April.

Vispo by Reed Altemus

April 13, 2013


Fluxus performance by Reed Altemus and Jennifer Kosharek at 8:19 pm

free event

eve-N-odd gallery

645 Central Ave #11

St. Petersburg, FL

show hangs through April 30th.

Monday, April 8, 2013

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Friday, March 8, 2013

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Happy 2 year Anniversary eve-N-odd!

photo by Alba Semmler

February 26th please join me, and all the shops in the Crislip arcade for eve-N-odd's  2 year anniversary!  Who knew we would make it this long!!!!

Party will be 6-8pm.  Come enjoy a fun time for all! 

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The Loop

THE LOOP is my first conceptual piece in the eve-N-odd gallery and of my own making.  (Jennifer Kosharek)
The Loop consists of a scroll of messages from an imaginary man and chronicles the last days of the relationship when he abruptly ends the connection.  There are around 300 text messages documented in an endless loop of paper.  Many people who get dumped in a relationship are left thinking about the horrible things the other person did to them.  What if you could just remember the positive things??  The Loop is about reliving, remembering the good times you had.  17 days or 17 years... it does not matter... take time... remember love.  Don't focus on the loss... just the good.  This is what the Loop is all about.  He gave me the 17 best days of my life. 

Fear makes us do strange things... we change our behavior because of fear in our lives.  The Loop is also a reminder to change your way of thinking--do not dwell on the negative.  Do not let the negatives in life keep you from living and having new adventures.  Do not be ruled by your fears.

The Loop scroll is in the middle of the gallery and takes up a lot of the space.  It makes coming into the gallery inconvenient and crowded.  Sometimes when someone new comes in to your life... this is how it feels at first--like a total inconvenience.  I wanted this art piece to interrupt the viewer from their normal movements and visual existence.  The Loop is an interruption in life. 

The eve-N-odd gallery will be open late February 9th for the Artwalk.  Join us from 6-10pm to see the Loop in person.

February 14th, Thursday from 5-6 the eve-N-odd gallery will be hosting performance art events.  If you would like to perform: poetry readings, fluxus performance, story telling... please email me at .  If you cannot make it yourself--I would be happy to perform the piece on your behalf. 

February 14th line up includes: Lydia Gottardi and Velva Lee Heraty and Jennifer Kosharek
Velva will be reading, "My Chocolate Loving Vampire". Emmanuel Roux is donating chocolate for the occasion. 

Monday, January 21, 2013

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Sunday, January 20, 2013

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