Alameda Artists Display in East Bay Open Studios

Courtesy photo Vicki Newcomer’s “Lyricist,” a mask in ceramics and mixed media will be on display during Open Studios the next two weekends.

The 41st Annual Pro Arts Open Studios tour is coming up. This tour encompasses 13 cities in the East Bay with over 400 artists being showcased. Alameda artist Margaret Fago has organized a group of 26 Alameda artists opening their studios all over the city for two weekends: June 7 and 8, 14 and 15.

There will be a variety of media shown including watercolor, glass mosaic, textiles, digital art, clay prints, abstracts, ceramics and other media. 
The artists included in this Alameda showcase and the location of where the artist and art will be are as follows: 

Margo White and Susan Laing will be at 728 Santa Clara Ave.

Fago will be at 1524 Mozart St.

Wanda Fudge will be at 1610 Minturn St.

JaYing Wang will be at 1419 Park St.

Larry A. Wilson will be at 1166 Park Ave.

Vicki Newcomer will be at 2990 Johnson Ave.

Maureen Green will be at 1406 High St.

Bonnie Randall Boller will be at 3239 Briggs Ave.

Richard Kane, Mi’Chelle Fredrick, Marcia Alpert and Deborah Griffin will be at Autobody Fine Art, 1517 Park St. and Bill Jarvis, Dorthy Rozman, and Frank D’Amico will be at Frank Bette Center, 1601 Paru St. 

Please note that some of the artists will be showing their work in their personal studios and others will be showing their art in a larger gallery. Art lovers are invited to come out and enjoy the wonderful art made by talented individuals living in Alameda. 
For more information about the Pro Arts Open Studios tour visit the Alameda Artist Group Facebook page, or contact Fago at 522-1309 or mwfago@earthlink.net.