SF Open Studios, Fall 2010 part 6

Last weekend Open Studios took place at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard. Old barracks and other buildings were converted to artist’s studios years ago. Hundreds of artists work there. Now the place is slated to be developed, the old buildings will be demolished, and the developers will build a new building for the artists. The photo above shows the view that made the developers salivate.

It was a beautiful day, and thousands of people turned out to see the art.

This woman works in acrylics, and showed an ingenious piece painted over several pieces of  paper.

He started out as a photo-realist, but recently switched to these happy, colorful abstracts.

This woman shares a studio with the gentleman pictured above, they’re cousins. You can see talent runs in the family.

A photographer, this artist works in both analog (black and white) and digital (color). His work is striking.

This woman was reading a book about art. Love the lab coat.


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