Successful East Bay Open Studios Winter Event

On December 2 and 3, fourteen artists and artisans presented paintings, drawings, ceramics, mosaics, and jewelry at Makers Workspace Studio during the East Bay Open Studios (EBOS). It was a successful communal space. I am particularly pleased that my friend Edith Ng presented her beautiful ceramics to the public for the first time, as our guest artist. Her debut brought tremendous energy and many guests to our studio and all of us benefit from her presence.

During the EBOS event, I was able to sell more than a dozen gouache and ink paintings. Here a some of these works:

Roots, gouache on paper, 14x11, 2023
Roots, gouache on paper, 14×11, 2023
Hydrangea, gouache on paper, 14x11, 2023
Hydrangea, gouache on paper, 14×11, 2023
The View, India Ink on Yupo paper, 14x11, 2023
The View, India Ink on Yupo paper, 14×11, 2023
Flickering, gouache on paper, 14x11, 2023
Flickering, gouache on paper, 14×11, 2023
Profusion, gouache on Yupo paper, 14x11, 2023
Profusion, gouache on Yupo paper, 14×11, 2023
Ethereal, gouache on Yupo paper, 14x11, 2023
Ethereal, gouache on Yupo paper, 14×11, 2023
Autumn Song, gouache on paper, 11x14, 2023
Autumn Song, gouache on paper, 11×14, 2023
Red, gouache on paper, 11x14, 2023
Red, gouache on paper, 11×14, 2023
Breaching, gouache on paper, 11x14, 2022
Breaching, gouache on paper, 11×14, 2022

I am so grateful for all the support I received. Thank you!

East Bay Open Studios (December 2-3, 2023)

I cordially invite you to join me on two weekends in December:

  1. December 2, Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm
  2. December 3, Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm

Address:

Makers WorkSpace, Studio 37
1150 6th Street @ Harrison St, Berkeley CA 94710

Cross street is Harrison, same block as Fieldwork Brewing Co & across the street from Urban Adamah Farm. Street parking is usually available on 6th. There are more than 40 studios in the modern building!

East Bay Open Studios are free self-guided tours of artist studios and exhibition spaces throughout the East Bay (Alameda County and Contra Costa County) in over 12 different cities. Artists pay a registration fee to participate and the event is free for the public to enjoy.