Marin Open Studios celebrated its 20th year with a preview gala featuring wine, small bites and art from 250 artists. Attendees got to meet the artists, see their work and pick up an Artist Guide for the open studios event taking place in the first two weekends in May. Photos by Debra Tarrant.
More than 125 of the Bay Area’s most innovative floral designers created arrangements inspired by masterpieces on view at the de Young Museum. The March 19 opening gala benefited the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
KPIX channel 5 reporter Julie Watts hosted an evening of delicious food, live music, a silent and live auction and a raffle all benefiting Marin Advocates for Children. Funds raised were use to provide prevention and advocacy services for Marin’s most vulnerable.
More than 15,000 textiles, arts and antiques from 100 top galleries from around the globe were present at the 27th annual show held at Fort Mason Center in February. The show is the largest vetted exhibition of tribal art in the United States. Photos by Mo DeLong.
The legendary horse trainer was honored for his work helping horses and people overcome barriers in their lives at the November 16 Halleck Creek Ranch event at Rancho Nicasio. Photos by Mo DeLong.
St. John's Episcopal Church in Ross celebrated its 26th "Tour de Noel" Holiday House Tour December 8 with a tour of five lavishly decorated homes in both Ross and Kentfield. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Attendees learned about HIV/AIDS in Marin and celebrated World AIDS day while enjoying wine, hors d’oeuvres and music at the December 5 benefit for the Tom Steel Clinic. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Guests enjoyed a film, handcrafted wines and crafts donated by the Women’s Building’s 34th annual Celebration of Craftswomen at the December 1 event held at Fort Mason Center. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Live acoustic music filled the halls of Sausalito’s ICB Building with sound as guests wandered from studio to studio December 1–2 taking in the work of more than 80 artists riffing on the music theme of 4/4 time. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Ghirardelli Square's gift to the city included free, live entertainment for the entire family culminating in the lighting of the new tree on November 23. Photos by Mo DeLong.