Members of the Artists of Mt. Tamalpais. Courtesy image.


Six years ago, the ever-growing group of artists in the Muir Woods Park Community Association realized their strength in numbers, as nearly two dozen talented artists live in the neighborhood. To leverage their power as a collective, they formed the Artists of Mt. Tamalpais, a nonprofit arts organization that celebrates the arts in their neighborhood and beyond.

The Artists of Mt. Tam continue that celebration on August 13-14 with the 5th Annual Art Faire and Open Studios. It kicks off Aug. 13 with the Art Faire, featuring the work of more than a dozen artists, including Beverly Anderson, Rhonda Dubin and Roy Forest, at the association’s clubhouse at 40 Ridge Avenue. The event also boasts an extensive musical lineup, including The Kani’olu Hawaiian Band, Creatures of the Mountain, The Windshield Cowboys and The Machiavelvets.

On Sunday, seven artists will showcase their work in their studios, giving attendees a unique opportunity to visit them and see their work where it is being created. 

​Here’s a selection of the artwork on display at the Artists of Mt. Tamalpais‘ 5th Annual Art Faire and Open Studios:

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