Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 24, 2014

Pt. Reyes Artist Open Studios 11/28-30/2014

November 28 to 30 is the annual Point Reyes Artists’ open studios. I have enjoyed seeing the West Marin Artists work the last several years. My favorites have been Tom Killion’s woodblock prints and a number of the local photographers’ work. Below is a description of the open studios event from their website.

Art lovers from around the Bay Area are invited to tour artists’ studios in the Point Reyes area during the annual Point Reyes Open Studios (PROS) event Thanksgiving Week-end 2014. PROS artists will display and demonstrate their work in their studios and homes from Friday through Sunday, 11 AM to 5 PM each day. The Point Reyes Open Studios tour leads visitors along the back roads of this scenic rural area known for hiking trails, beaches, restaurants and inns less than an hour drive from San Francisco.

Many of West Marin’s finest sculptors, photographers, potters, painters, printmakers and woodworkers will open their studios to the public beginning Friday November 28, 2014. Visitors will be able to meet the artists, see new original work and explore the studios and workshops where the art is created. Several artists plan demonstrations of their complex craft techniques, and at least one studio will allow visitors to pull their own keepsake prints.

The free, self-guided tour of Point Reyes Open Studios enables visitors the opportunity to explore the many charming neighborhoods of this sparsely settled region, from the forested lanes of

Inverness Ridge to the grassy hills around Tomales Bay. Hand-built studios, gardens and sweeping views grace many of the venues. Visitors can pick up a free brochure/map at Toby’s Feed Barn, The Station House Café and many other local shops and inns. Maps can also be found online at, while the tour’s street signs make artists’ studios easy to find.

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