The 27th Anniversary Open Studios Art Tour begins on October. My studio will be open on two weekends, North County weekend October 13 & 14 and the Encore weekend October 20& 21 11 am. to 5 p.m. If you are finding my Blog from the Open Studios calendar or one of my postcards, I would like to extend a special welcome. Also, I wanted to offer more detailed directions to my studio as the ones in the calendar are not complete. Please see the driving directions below for more help.
I encourage you to read some of my earlier posts as well as viewing some of my recent work. With this tour there is always a special emphasis on the studio. I think you will find my studio quite special and you will see why it has such an impact on my work. If you have any questions regarding Open Studios days, directions to my studio or about my work, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions to my studio:
Take Highway 17 to the Scotts Valley Granite Creek exit. This is the most northern of the two interchanges. Regardless of the direction you are traveling on Hwy 17 the exit will put you on Scotts Valley Drive. There will be signs at these intersections directing you to Glenwood Drive. On Glenwood you will pass the High School and Bean Creek Road before reaching Weston Road. There will be plenty of signs to insure you arrive without any wrong turns. Once on Weston Road, enjoy the drive, It is a private, scenic and curvy road. There will be additional signs along Weston Road that will direct you to Ohlone Trail. An easy right onto Ohlone and you are just a couple hundred yards from my studio. There are two areas for parking. These will bewell marked. Park your car and enjoy a quick stroll to my Gallery under the Redwoods. After a little relaxing and looking at my work, you may want to tour the studio. There are two ways to get to the studio, aptly named Hillside Pottery. One, if you feel up to a short walk you can take the path through the Redwood grove behind our home and arrive at the studio in a short order. Or, if you do not feel comfortable walking up the hill, we have a small 4 wheel drive golf cart type vehicle to shuttle you up. Either way, I know you will enjoy the surroundings and seeing a working pottery studio.