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See works from 22 local artists at Marin Open Studios

‘Dori in Blues’ by Jaleh Etemad

Nearly two-dozen Tiburon Peninsula artists will display their work during May’s Marin Open Studios, including 11 who will bring their art to Town Hall.

 

More than 250 artists from across Marin are taking part in the event, set for 11 a.m.-6 p.m. May 4-5 and May 11-12, by offering self-guided tours of their studios and showcasing their works in myriad mediums, including paintings, photography, woodworking, pottery, jewelry, sculpture and more. All the art on view will be for sale.

 

This year, 11 local artists will exhibit their works at Town Hall May 4-5: Deborah Harnett, Jaleh Etemad, Don McCartney, Debra Maddox, Andrew Thomas, Cathleen Evangelista, Claribel Cone, duo Stephen Ehret and Cynthia Franco, Patricia Hebert Crowley, Sandra Wolfson and Fabienne Sowa-Dobkowski. Among the pieces on display will be Sowa-Dobkowski’s “Good Morning Sunshine,” a photo of a common madia flower she snapped one morning last September while driving around the Sierra foothills; selections from Wolfson’s mixed-media abstract paintings, including her Richardson Bay series, such as “Fog Play”; and Etemad’s mixed-media and collage piece “Dori in Blues,” which she created after looking through the book “Picasso’s Women.”


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