Get down to the Sausalito Public Library to view the Sausalito Village Art Show—before the show closes on Dec 16.
Michael Sheats, South 40—one of several floating homes residents exhibiting in the annual art show—created the sculpture titled Deadeye from wood that came from the scrap pile of the Matthew Turner. The sale of Michael’s piece will benefit the Matthew Turner.
Teddie Hathaway, East Pier, fused paint to glass to create her piece From the South China Sea, part of a continuing series titled Patterns. Teddie describes her process:
As I travel, I photograph patterns that appeal to me and seem iconic to the area I am visiting. Then using PhotoShop to isolate the pattern from the background, I print a guide to transfer the pattern to the glass, and then hand paint the image. In this case the patterns I photographed were a myriad of colors but I used primarily black and red because those colors are typically found in Asian art. The patterns in this piece are from photos I took while traveling in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Shanghai.
Regular library hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.