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Going-Ons: What We Loved This Week

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Open Studios. This Weekend. We're so ready.  It's been a whopping ten years that 3 Fish Studios has been a part of this program celebrating local artists creating original art, made in San Francisco, and it's made a massive difference in our business, and our lives. In other words: It's awesome, and we want to celebrate with you. We'll be debuting a brand new collaboration between Eric and our pal Paul Madonna, with super cool ceramics and original art from Annie. Come hang, Saturday and Sunday (October 24th and 25th) from 11am to 6pm! In the meantime, here's a few...

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Anatomy of a Print: An Eric Rewitzer/Paul Madonna Collaboration

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Anatomy of a Print: An Eric Rewitzer/Paul Madonna Collaboration

We've got a lot of love for ArtSpan's Open Studios. It's where Eric and Annie got their creative kickstart ten years ago--from a makeshift gallery in their Outer Richmond garage--and now, a decade on, it's incredible to see how far they've come. This year, Eric teamed up with local artist (and good pal) Paul Madonna to produce something special for the weekend festivities. For this edition of Anatomy of a Print, we've giving a glimpse behind the scenes of how these two combined their talents to create this incredible collaboration.  Take it away, Eric! "Paul drew the background--a scene from the...

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Celebrating Ten Years of Open Studios at 3 Fish

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This is the 40th anniversary of ArtSpan’s Open Studios, where 800 artists around SF open up their creative space to the public. It’s a fantastic milestone for the organization, and also a biggun for us here at 3 Fish Studios. This is our tenth year (!) participating, and it's been a truly incredible journey. Here, Eric shares a bit about the huge impact Open Studios has had on 3 Fish Studios over the past decade: “Our first Open Studios was out of our garage in the Outer Richmond in 2005. Annie and I both had completely different careers at that...

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