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Studio Open to visitors today, 11/22/14 - please don't mind me painting
  Today, Saturday, November 22 2014: 1. Holiday Open Studio @ Revere Come visit the Revere Studio today if you are looking for a year end reward for yourself - or for something really special for those special people in your life. I will be at the studio, painting, from 2 - 6 PM today. Plenty of free parking in the lot downstairs. See available small works here: - Landscapes and Cityscapes below $500 - Figures below $500 Larger works can be viewed at the studio. Please note that 2013 prices are valid until 12/31/14. 2015 prices will go in effect 1/1/2015....
Tiny Continues
The tiny pieces were a big hit at Open Studios, thank you everyone for coming out and supporting. They also helped dislodge a little creative block, that's been gnawing at me for the past several months. I now know that feeling stuck is a part of how it goes for me, but this last round went on longer and felt more permanent than ever before (of course). I have tools to apply acceptance to most areas of my life, apparently my artistic process is left a little behind. 
Fall Open Studios
Open Studios November 1st & 2nd 11.00 - 6.00 pm Preview and Pumpkin Carving:  Friday October 31st. 6.00 - 9.00 pm 1890 BRYANT ST. @ MARIPOSA # 204 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94110 It's that time again. The leaves are turning, the clocks are about to go back, and there are people on the streets in funny costumes - it's time for my Open Studio! Come and enjoy the delights on offer by the artists of   1890 Bryant Street . And don't forget to visit me in studio # 204. This year I have many small affordable pieces and w...
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