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Sandal Making Workshop

Sandal making workshop with Rachel Sees Snail Shoes at General Store SF!

In this class you'll learn how to make your own sandals from scratch! Stacked-leather heels, all vegetable-tanned leather, brass nails. Make patterns based on some tried and true basics, cut the leather straps and upper pieces, trace feet and cut soles, attach and combine all the layers with glue and nails. After being sanded-down by Rachel Sees Snail Shoes you will have them to wear, love, and boast about! Sandal-making is a great way to dip a toe into DIY shoemaking!

Sunday May 11th, 12-6pm
at General Store San Francisco
$200

Class is FULL

 

After Morandi

 

After Morandi  paintings by Daren Wilson at General Store

"This has been an interesting project. I started off a few years ago wanting to learn how to oil paint. I thought a good way to learn would be to copy art works of the old masters. I tried my hand at Vuillard, Bonnard, Valtat but I found an invaluable lesson in the works of Giorgio Morandi. Because of his repetition of similar objects in different compositions, I would be able to practice variations of the same bottle or vase in so many different styles and moods. And I think after doing a dozen Morandi works, I was bitten with whatever inspired him to delve into his lifelong exploration of the same objects. To witness something old and familiar revealing itself in a new way."–Daren Wilson


Paintings available at both San Francisco and Venice locations through April 30th.

 

Women on the Land

The Possible

THE POSSIBLE
at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Inaugural Workshop is this Sunday Feb. 2nd, 11am - 3pm


Ribbon Cutting at 11am
Fritz Haeg crochet rug workshop, 11am—5pm, [**bring any fabrics/clean old clothes/sheets to add to the rug's expansion**]
The Possible Studios active all day
Bring a picnic for lunch in the courtyard garden
Bring a towel to use the outdoor shower
Bring a book to lend or photocopy for The Possible Library


The Possible is an experimental exhibition that reconceives the museum as a site for creative convergence. You will have the chance to be a part of this evolving exhibition by engaging directly with an exciting array of visiting artists. As an open platform for shared creativity and the exploration of diverse artistic techniques, this exhibit combines studio, classroom, library, gallery and stage.

 

I N B E T W E E N

Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present INBETWEEN, an exhibition of watercolor paintings from the San Francisco-based artist Serena Mitnik-Miller. After having presented solo offerings in Australia, Japan, and extensively in California, this is the artist’s first New York solo exhibition.

 

Please join the artist at the opening reception this Thursday!