Now in its 62nd year, this venerable outdoor festival showcases the work of over 260 artists in Sausalito’s waterfront Marinship Park. Painting, sculpture, mixed media, digital media, fiber, photography, printmaking, woodworking—it’s all here, with a breezy, wear-your-big-floppy-hat atmosphere and live music right on the water. Live entertainment includes Taj Mahal, Jackie Greene, Tower of Power and more. And the fabulously strange Bay Model, a gigantic working model of the San Francisco Bay created by the Army Corps of Engineers and housed in a warehouse-sized room, is right on site.

Art Galore On the Waterfront in Sausalito 22 September,2014Gabe Meline


Gabe Meline

Gabe Meline is KQED Arts’ Senior Editor. He lives with his wife, his daughter, a 1964 Volvo and too many records in his hometown of Santa Rosa, CA. Find him on Twitter at @gmeline.

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