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Jean Wilson, pictured above, was photographed during the opening of “Good Vibrations,” an exhibit taking place at the Arts of Life, a nonprofit dedicated to providing arts education to adults with developmental disabilities. Wilson was sporting her spirit animal on her hat and necklace: “I’m a wolf at night,” she says. “When the full moon comes out, I howl at it.” Mixing a leopard-print hat with a blush-pink dress and glittery shoes that light up, she looked both festive and fierce. She was standing next to works by Tim Stone and Leslie Baum, two of the six artists featured at the show, cocurated by Wilson and Arts of Life executive board member Andrew Rafacz.

“Good Vibrations”—which closes tomorrow, July 28—has the common theme of abstraction with vibrant colors and patterns. “All of the artists included strive, in their own respective ways, for positivity and energy in the face of an adverse, sometimes reductive, world,” says Arts of Life art director Vincent Uribe. Saturday from 5 to 8 PM the nonprofit hosts a fund-raiser and rooftop party at the Bottom Lounge (1375 W. Lake; $50 includes hors d’oeuvres, Revolution beer, drinks, and dessert). And next Friday, August 4, at 5 PM Arts of Life will hold an art sale and block party at its studio in West Town (2010 W. Carroll); it’s free and features Finch Beer and Miko’s Italian Ice. More info at artsoflife.org.

See more stylish attendees below.

Wilson shows a piece featuring one of her favorite themes: wolves.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Works by collaborating artists Tim Stone (of Arts of Life) and Leslie BaumCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
Tim Stone, Kris Shenkel, Vincent Uribe, Jean Wilson, Zachary Buchner and his kids, and Andrew RafaczCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
Cocurator and Arts of Life executive board member Andrew Rafacz gives a tour of the show.Credit: Isa Giallorenzo
Arts of Life art director and LVL3 gallery owner Vincent UribeCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
Vincent Uribe standing by a Linda Ruzga collageCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
Luke standing between works by Zachary Buchner and Cody HudsonCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
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Natalyia and HeatherCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
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Work by Zachary Buchner, made with memory foamCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
Work by Tim Stone of Arts of LifeCredit: Isa Giallorenzo
Work by Linda Ruzga of Arts of LifeCredit: Isa Giallorenzo

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