Eula Ginsburg, Julia Byrne, Eleanor Driver Post, Richard Solomon and Marco Frey bring their work to Inman Perk Coffee in the intown Atlanta neighborhood of Inman Park.
[USPRwire, Tue Sep 12 2006] The walls at Atlanta coffeeshop Inman Perk Coffee appear to be having a good time.
That's because they're adorned with the eclectic mix of artwork by Eula's Friends, a collective of artists who have come together for their first joint show at Inman Perk Coffee. Eula's Friends describe themselves as "fun, crazy, colorful, romantic, figurative, emotional and talented."
Consisting of Eula Ginsburg, Julia Byrne, Eleanor Driver Post, Richard Solomon and Marco Frey, they are showing their work at Inman Perk Coffee from September 10 through October 7. Each artist has taken a wall or custom sliding wall panel and hung a few pieces of representative artwork. An opening reception on Sunday, September 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. gives art lovers and store customers a chance to meet and speak with the artists whose work is on display. Refreshments will be served.
About Inman Perk Coffee, LLC
Inman Perk Coffee is a family-owned coffeeshop with two locations in the metro Atlanta, Georgia area. Its flagship location is located in its namesake Atlanta neighborhood of Inman Park, and its second location is located in Flowery Branch, near Lake Lanier. Inman Perk Coffee serves specialty coffee and espresso drinks, teas and smoothies, along with paninis, decadent desserts, and pastries, in a friendly, laid-back environment with free wifi. The Inman Park location has also added homemade ice cream from Atlanta ice cream shop Muriel & Sebastian's to its menu. Visit http://www.inmanperkcoffee.com for more information about the company and the two locations' hours and directions.