2017 Open Studio Dates - 11am to 5pm
WEEKEND 1: Northern Area - May 6th - 7th
Belmont, Burlingame, East Palo Alto, Hillsborough, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Portola Valley, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Mateo, Stanford, South San Francisco, and Woodside
WEEKEND 2: Central Area - May 13th - 14th
East Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, Stanford, Sunnyvale.
WEEKEND 3: Southern Area/Pacific Coast - May 20th - 21st
Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, San Jose, and Saratoga, El Granada, Half Moon Bay, Miramar, Montara, Moss Beach, and Pacifica
Late Changes and Errors
Cities List on page one is incorrect. Please refer to the listing above.
Leanne Hamilton has canceled for Weekend 3 at 136 Belvue Drive in Los Gatos. She will exhibit on Weekend 1 at 110 Constitution Drive in Menlo Park. See the correct info for Leanne here.
Susan Kraft has added Weekend 2 at 197 Nottingham Avenue, Redwood City. See the correct info for Susan here.
Sylvie Levesque should be listed as a painter at sites #178 and #186 on page 73. See the correct info for Sylvie here.
Carolyn Meredith has added Weekend 3 at 1555 South 7th Stree, Suite L, in San Jose. See the correct info for Carolyn here.
Anne Pegolotti has added Weekend 3 at 285 Poplar Street, Half Moon Bay. Her correct web URL is
See the correct info for Anne here.
Kathleen Podolosky will exhibit on Weekend 1 at 1777 California Drive, Burlingame. See the correct info for Kathleen here.
Mark Popple has withdrawn from Silicon Valley Open Studios for 2017.
Thad Smith has an incorrect e-mail address. The correct e-mail is email@example.com See the correct info for Thad here.
Lee Tavrow will exhibit on Weekend 2 rather than weekend 1. See the correct info for Lee here.
Dodge Williams will exhibit at 1502 Stafford Street, Redwood City NOT at 3131 Goodwin Avenue. See the correct info for Dodge here.
Site 12 on page 66 should be Site 121
Connecting Artists with Art Lovers
Silicon Valley Open Studios is an event that encourages a close personal relationship between artists and art enthusiasts.
Our mission is to educate artists about the business of art, help promote their art business, provide guidance for emerging artists, and to create an easy, educational, and enjoyable art-buying experience for the art enthusiast.
Portrait of an Artist:
Deborah Bobby - Artist and Jeweler
By Apala G. Egan
Yellow and mauve, the colors of spring, show up in the pieces of jewelry created by artist Deborah Bobby. So do reds, blues and other shades. The subtle gleam of etched copper permeates through many of her pieces.