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Dark Day Picks: SF Open Studios Weekend 4

Posted in Bay Area Art Scene, Ceramics, Female Artists, Liz Hager, Painting, Sculpture with tags , on October 26, 2009 by Liz Hager

Over the four weekends in October we’re highlighting San Francisco Open Studios, the largest program of its kind in the country. Artists invite viewers into their studios to see the work outside of the gallery system. SF Open Studios takes place during successive weekends in October, different neighborhoods on different weekends.

Weekend 4: October 31 & November 1
Neighborhood: Hunter’s Point Shipyard

Paula Clark—Anti-physics
Paula Clark, Bldg. 101, #1312

Susan Friedman, Bldg. 101, #1517

Dolores R Gray—I Wanted to Dance with Josephine

Dolores R. Gray, Bldg. 101, #1302

Julie Nelson, Bldg. 116, Studio A

Sawyer Rose, Bldg. 110, #205

Jane Woolverton, Bldg. 101, #1408

Maggie Malloy—Origins and Tools

Maggie Malloy, Bldg. 116, #7


Dark Day Picks: SF Open Studios Weekend 3

Posted in Bay Area Art Scene, Female Artists, Fiber Arts, Glass, Liz Hager with tags , on October 19, 2009 by Liz Hager

Over the four weekends in October  we’re highlighting San Francisco Open Studios, the largest program of its kind in the country. Artists invite viewers into their studios to see the work outside of the gallery system.

Weekend 3: October 24 & 25
Neighborhoods: Financial District, North Beach, Potrero Hill, Russian Hill,SOMA, Tenderloin, Bayview, Excelsior

Jonah Ward—340 Bryant Street.

Deborah Howard-Page— 547 Arkansas Street (at 20th).

Mark Faigenbaum—611 Texas Street (at 22nd).

David Patchen—1750 Armstrong Avenue at 3rd Street.

Ed Calhoun—2325—3rd Street, #345

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Dark Day Picks: SF Open Studios Weekend 2

Posted in Bay Area Art Scene, Female Artists, Fine & Decorative Arts, Liz Hager, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography with tags , , , , , , on October 12, 2009 by Liz Hager

Over the four weekends in October  we’re highlighting San Francisco Open Studios, the largest program of its kind in the country. Artists invite viewers into their studios to see the work outside of the gallery system.

Weekend 2: October 17 & 18
Neighborhoods: Buena Vista, Diamond Heights, Fort Mason, Haight, Hayes Valley, Marina, Mount Davidson, Pacific Heights, Richmond, Sunset, Ocean Beach, Twin Peaks, West Portal

Christine Cariati—Atelier 781, 781 Sixth Avenue

Tashkent paradise

Liz Hager—Atelier 781, 781 Sixth Avenue

Mary Daniel Hobson—3069 Washington Street at Baker Street

Barbara Kleinhans—1240 Hayes Street, #6

Marilynne Morshead

Marilynne Morshead—Fort Mason, Bldg. D, Fleet Room #100

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Dark Day Picks: SF Open Studios Weekend 1

Posted in Bay Area Art Scene, Ceramics, Liz Hager, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography with tags , , , , , on October 5, 2009 by Liz Hager

Over the four weekends in October  we’re highlighting San Francisco Open Studios, the largest program of its kind in the country. Artists invite viewers into their studios to see the work outside of the gallery system.

Weekend 1: October 10 & 11
Neighborhoods: Bernal Heights, Castro, Duboce, Eureka Valley, Glen Park, Mission, Noe Valley, Portola

Silvia Poloto, 442 Shotwell.

Rebekah Goldstein, 69A Richland Ave.

Victor Cartagena, Project Artaud (499 Alabama St.)

Audrey Heller, 501 Dolores Street.

Jane Grimm, Ruby’s Clay Studio (552A Noe Street at 18th St.)

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