Spring is upon us, the days are getting longer, and my studio will be open to visitors once again.
San Francisco’s historic Hunters Point Naval Shipyard—the unique home of the country’s largest artist community with studios for over 300 artists—goes “live” for the weekend of April 30 & May 1 when it opens its doors to the public. The two day event which has been an anticipated rite of spring for many who come to meet the artists, see their work and enjoy the truly remarkable and dramatic Bay views that include the silhouette of buildings and massive equipment that straddle the shore and sky.
There is plenty of parking and over 100 artists will participate again this year. You can find me at Building 125 which is way out by the water. Follow the signs! I have a lot of new work to show, so come on by and linger for a while, find out where I make my art and tell me a bit about why you come out to see the artists studios and what inspires you. Painting can be a very solitary experience, so for me it is a treat to have visitors and talk about making art and what inspires me.
The Shipyard has a website with all the details you need to know, how to get there and what to see.