Wet day for an outdoor art show: Art in Wilder Park returns to Elmhurst

 
Daily Herald staff report
Updated 4/30/2022 5:00 PM

The 25th annual Art in Wilder Park outdoor art show returned to Elmhurst following a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This year also marks the 25th anniversary of the Elmhurst Art Museum, which is a co-sponsor of this spring art fair.

The event features more than 125 exhibitors and free exhibitions at the Elmhurst Art Museum, along with food vendors, entertainment, and hands-on activities for families.

Art in Wilder Park continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Wilder Park is at 150 Cottage Hill Ave.

Artists Josh and Joanie Drizin of Girly Steel from Noblesville, Indiana take a photograph in their self-contained backpack umbrellas during the 25th annual Art in Wilder Park show Saturday in Elmhurst.
  Artists Josh and Joanie Drizin of Girly Steel from Noblesville, Indiana take a photograph in their self-contained backpack umbrellas during the 25th annual Art in Wilder Park show Saturday in Elmhurst.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The 25th annual Art in Wilder Park outdoor art show in Elmhurst opened to a slow spitting downfall of rain. The art show returned this year after a two-year pandemic hiatus. This year also marks the 25th anniversary of the Elmhurst Art Museum, which is a co-sponsor of this spring art fair.
  The 25th annual Art in Wilder Park outdoor art show in Elmhurst opened to a slow spitting downfall of rain. The art show returned this year after a two-year pandemic hiatus. This year also marks the 25th anniversary of the Elmhurst Art Museum, which is a co-sponsor of this spring art fair.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
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