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This weekend: Check out work by neighborhood artists during SF Open Studios, October 29 & 30

#800 by Miranda Putnam

#800 by Miranda Putnam

This weekend is the third in the city-wide series of 2016 SF Open Studios, in which local artists open up their galleries and work to visitors.

Alexandria by Abigail Drapkin. 24 x 18", oil on wood panel.

Alexandria by Abigail Drapkin. 24 x 18″, oil on wood panel.

On both Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 6pm, you can stop in to view the work of artists from the Richmond District (94118, 94121). Other neighborhoods participating in weekend 3 include Presidio, Upper Haight, Buena Vista, Cole Valley, Sunset, Ocean View, West Portal, Portola, Excelsior, and Balboa Park.

Mediums include photography, painting, sculpture and mixed media. Many artists will open up their own workspaces or galleries, while some artists will display in groups. There will be a special show at Blue Danube Coffee Shop (306 Clement) featuring two fine artists and teachers from the neighborhood, Abigail Drapkin and Haoyun Erin Zhao. They will be hosting a special artist reception on Saturday from 5-9pm at the coffee house.

Open Studios are free. Check out the map and list of artists below, and visit their websites to take a look at their work. This is a great excuse to put on some comfy walking shoes, or tune up your bike for a tour of the studios.

Sarah B.

Great Highway - Spring 1979 by Barbara Landis.

Great Highway – Spring 1979 by Barbara Landis.

Sinuous Limestone by Didi Garza.

Sinuous Limestone by Didi Garza.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Abigail Drapkin
Anna Seven
Barbara Landis
Didi Garza
Fong Fai
Jay Mercado
Haoyun Erin Zhao
Karen Olsen-Dunn
Larry Lurie
Liz Fracchia
Mariella Zevallos
Marilyn Luzzio Bridon
Miranda Putman
Rachel Murray Meyer
Ratna Jain
Rowley Rabbit
Sera Mac
Sylvia Vientulis
Yong Han

View SF Open Studios Richmond District – Oct 29 & 30 in a full screen map

One Comment

  1. Thanks again for your time and talent keeping us informed.

    Surprised that you include a link for the Richmond ReView. Site isn’t current. Last update was in 2014.

    Regards

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