Jun 05, 2010-
Jun 13, 2010
10:00AM - 05:00PM
Art At The Source
Event Description

Art At The Source (AATS), West Sonoma County’s self-guided open-studio tour, will open the doors to the studios of 123 professional artists for two consecutive weekends that fall at the beginning of June. This will be the 16th year that Sebastopol Center for the Arts has sponsored the annual event.

The artists will host visitors in their studios on Saturday and Sunday, June 5– June 6 and June 12–13, from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. The Art Center’s Gallery at 6780 Depot Street in Sebastopol (map / driving directions) will also feature a preview exhibit featuring a piece of each participating artist’s work from May 21 through June 13.

Participating studios will be located in Sebastopol, Forestville, Occidental, Bodega Bay, Guerneville, Graton and Santa Rosa west of Highway 101. Open Studio maps and catalogs with color photos of the artists’ work will be free and available at the Sebastopol Art Center and at bookstores, wineries, coffeehouses and restaurants throughout the county. 

West Sonoma County is home to hundreds of talented artists. Art at the Source provides art lovers an opportunity to see and meet some of these artists in their workplace “behind the scenes”, to learn how their art is created, and to purchase original pieces directly from “the source”. From painting to pottery, fabric to photography- tourists and locals alike will get a chance to view and experience a wide variety of art in a relatively compact geographical area.


Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Linda Galletta     Email:
Phone: 707-829-4797



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