SF Open Studios is a wonderful program, allowing people to visit artists in their workspaces. Not only can you see a lot of interesting art, you can talk to fascinating people and see parts of the city not often seen. It runs for the next three weekends. Read all about it here.If you go to the larger buildings with many studios, you can see a lot of different art in a short period of time. Sunday we visited Activspace and Project Artaud. This fellow paints on a number of different surfaces, like corrugated cardboard and weathered plywood.Every studio is different. Most have snacks and drinks for visitors. Often the artists are glad to talk about their work, and their process. The Artist and His Burrito.This gentleman makes beautiful, high-tech art, processed by lasers and very shiny.She paints pictures of San Francisco, some of out-of-the way places. They have the most wonderful texture. She also had the most delicious brownie bites. I think I violated etiquette when I went back for thirds.She makes jewelry, very fine jewelry. Her drill could be used for dentistry, in a pinch. Surprising how nice most of these folks are. They have every right to be surly and incommunicative, but no. Brilliant. A peach.