The creative idea of Anne Giancola, President of Alliance for the Visual Arts, and Livermore artist Dennis Baker, the Tri-Valley Artist Studio Tour (TVAST) will become a reality this fall.
The two artists have been working together on this project since November 2020. Since moving to the Tri-Valley area in 2013, Giancola has come to realize that there are many talented professional artists hidden within the community. She and Baker feel now is the time to shine the spotlight on them.
In partnership with the Alliance for the Visual Arts, the Tri Valley Artist Studio Tour will take place on November 13-14.
“We are thrilled to show off the beauty of Tri-Valley art and look forward to a successful event that can happen every year,” said Giancola.
She and Baker are leading a team of volunteer artists to organize all the details of the TVAST event, which will also include a preview exhibit hosted by Darcie Kent at her near-famous wine salon on Vasco Road, and a fun visit to bike from all sites studio.
It’s an art festival that local and neighboring communities can enjoy as they visit over 50 artists from five cities showing in their homes, studios and collectives in the cities of Livermore, Dublin and Pleasanton. Participants can watch demonstrations, see works of art for sale, and chat with artists about their techniques and inspiration, from paintings, ceramics, sculptures, glass, mixed media, photographs and collages to jewelry and art. dress art. The variety of different mediums is inspiring.
This fun event for the whole family is free and open to the public, November 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 5 to 8 p.m., at Darcie Kent Wineries’ near-famous wine fair, 2271 South Vasco Road, Suite D, Livermore.
For more information, visit TVASTart.com.