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MILL VALLEY FALL ARTS FESTIVAL

September 20 & 21

PAINTING: DOUG HERR

More Than 130 Fine Artists • Live Music Food & Beverages • Children’s Entertainment

Sat 10-6 •

Old Mill Park • Sun 10-5

Admission $8 Under 12 free Student/Senior $5

Free Shuttle and Parking at Tam High Parking Lot

www.mvfaf.org


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s summer turns to fall, the enchanting Redwood Grove at Old Mill Park in Mill Valley plays host to the annual Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival. This popular event, now in its 52nd year, will delight and inspire all who stroll through the park discovering artistic treasures under the trees: sculpture, painting, ceramics, photography, textiles, woodwork, jewelry—over 15 media categories! Heralded as one of California’s most prestigious arts and crafts shows, the festival selects 130 artists from over 500 applicants from all over the globe to showcase their works. A panel of esteemed judges will determine the cash prizewinners from among these juried artists. The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival delights all the senses. Talented Bay Area musicians will perform throughout both days on the main stage. As diverse and accomplished as the visual arts at the festival, musical selections include Bluegrass, Latin, Hawaiian, Jazz and more. And what about the little ones? Known as one of the most child-friendly festivals, the Children’s Grove hosts two full days of children’s entertainment and activities. Check out both entertainment schedules on page 6. GO GREEN! Bike or take the free shuttle to the festival this year. We again have our convenient free buses shuttling folks from parking areas around town right to the gates of the fair. Festivalgoers are encouraged to park away from Old Mill Park and take the shuttle buses, which run continuously from 15 clearly marked shuttle stops on Miller Ave. and East Blithedale Ave. Look for the green and white signs. Free parking is available at Tam High; You can also park off the main streets and walk to the nearest stop. This is a fantastic way for locals and visitors alike to get to the festival hasslefree. If you ride your bike, park and lock at Old Mill School playground, courtesy of

Marin County Bicycle Coalition. They are back! Steve Bajor and Tyson Underwood, who joined forces last year as co-directors, have added their invaluable expertise again this year and plan to guide the festival into its next 50 years! These two men bring a combined total of 60-plus years of festival experience and expertise to the table: “It [Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival] is truly unique in every regard,” says Bajor. “The committee, which consists of artists themselves, brings sincere passion for the arts to the forefront, which translates into a top-caliber event that has remained true to its roots.” The nonprofit Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival is unique in that it is a festival produced by artists for artist appreciation. Its 30-member volunteer committee is composed of exhibiting and non-exhibiting members. Funds come from applications and booth fees, poster and T-shirt sales and the admission fee. Any excess funds are used for donations to local art education programs and the improvement of Old Mill Park for the whole community to enjoy.

Karen Croner, Sculpture, Booth #9 Dirk Yuricich, Photography, Booth #126-127

Artists by last name page 14

Artists by category page 8-9

Bus Info page 4

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Entertainment page 6

FAQs

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Food

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Map of Park page 8-9

Staff Box page 12


I’d like to invite and welcome you to the 52nd annual Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival in beautiful historic Old Mill Park.

Now that the show has opened its applications process to artists from all over the globe, you will see work from some of Mill Valley’s favorite returning artists, as well from wonderful artists taking part in the festival for the first time. In addition to the arts and crafts by top craftspeople, we will have a great lineup of entertainment for young and old, so come and spend the day! We’ve refined the park layout this year to improve the lines of sight and capitalize on our unique and beautiful redwood setting. You’ll have the sense of taking a stroll in the woods while taking in the over 125 booths of fine arts and crafts. We definitely have one of the loveliest natural settings for a show. Come explore. The MVFAF silent auction will be marking its third anniversary this year; it will be located in its own booth on the site of the old gravity car, which is currently off-site being restored. The silent auction booth provides something of a show overview with the donated works of many of the participating artists. Your participation in this fun event is highly encouraged. The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival has always been a great community event celebrating the history and beauty of Mill Valley. Please come and join us for a festive weekend.

52 YEARS

—Sarah Shriver, MVFAF Board President 2007 Award Winner returning this year Anna Tai, Jewelry: Precious, Booth #138

Jeff Morales, Functional Ceramics, Booth #61

SILENT AUCTION Support the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival and take home art! The popular Silent Auction is back. Over 50 artists have submitted their work to this year's auction. Bids can be placed Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. The winning bidder is asked to pick up their art at close of bidding. Proceeds above the minimum bid will go to the Arts Festival with many artists generously choosing to contribute the entire bid to help keep the festival going for years to come. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. The silent auction booth is located across from the information booth. Stop by!

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Free parking and shuttle buses are provided to prevent traffic congestion in downtown Mill Valley. People are encouraged to park at Tamalpais High School, 700 Miller Ave. Please use the free bus shuttle service continuously from GG Transit bus stops around Mill Valley beginning at 9:45am with the last bus leaving the park at the close of the festival. There will be additional shuttle bus service on both sides of Miller Ave. heading directly to Old Mill Park. For more info, call 415-381-8090 or visit www.mvfaf.org.

FREE Parking and Shuttle Buses

Sunday, October 5 and Tuesday, October 7, 2008 at 7:30pm Alasdair Neale, conductor Quartet San Francisco with cameo dance performance by Sandor & Parissa Three-time Grammy-nominated crossover quartet performs new works, plus new orchestrations of Argentinian tango favorites by Piazzolla, Rodríguez and Bardi. Also on the program: Rimsky-Korsakov and Ravel. Concerts made possible by Bon Air Center, Bank of America and Marin Magazine.

Tango at Marin Symphony’s Opening Night Gala and Milonga! Sunday, October 5, 2008, 5pm and post-concert. Black-tie or tango attire. For tickets and information, call 415.479.8100 or click www.marinsymphony.org

Orion Weiss performs Beethoven Sunday, November 2 and Tuesday, November 4, 2008 at 7:30pm Orion Weiss returns by popular demand to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4. Maestro Neale also conducts Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Mozart’s Symphony No. 36, “Linz”.

BUS STOPS

Concerts made possible Wells Fargo and Montecito Plaza Shopping Center.

Most Golden Gate transit stops (green and white signs will be posted)

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Gate Fee Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival, Inc. is a nonprofit organization. Admission helps pay for the many services that contribute to the smooth operation and the enjoyment of the Festival. Rest rooms Three locations & ADA Food Booths Information Booth See map on page 8-9 Buses Free shuttle buses run continuously, info above Parking Tamalpais High School, see map page 4 Bicycles Park and lock at Old Mill School playground, courtesy of Marin County Bicycle Coalition www.marinbike.org.

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Friends of the Library Book Sale BOOK LOVERS ALERT! The Friends of the Mill Valley Library have 18,000 donated items for sale this weekend next door to the Art Festival (at their bookstore in the library at the uphill end of Old Mill Park). Find books in nearly every conceivable category plus DVDs, videos, CDs & books on tape, all at bargain prices. Carry home your picks in our new tote bag! Hours are 9am to 4:30pm Saturday and Sunday, giving festival goers time to browse before or after viewing art in the park. The Friends have reserve items in most categories and will restock during the sale.

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ENTERTAINMENT MAIN STAGE ENTERTAINMENT Sunday, September 21

Saturday, September 20 11:30am 12:30pm 1:30pm 2:30pm Lara Johnston

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Matt Lax and Nearly Beloved Folk-Country-Swing Kimrea and Joe LoCoco Folk Rock Narada Michael Walden Foundation’s New Artists Lara Johnston and Brian Lloyd Young Soul Singers Los Pinguos, Argentinian Mixture of Latin, Cuban and Peruvian The Shut Ins “Hulabilly” Country Hawaiian & Bluegrass Tim Hockenberry Soulful Americana

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Steven Espaniola Ki Ho’alu Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Ned Boynton Duo Romantic Gypsy Jazz Megan Slankard with Jeff Symonds Singer Songwriter Jeanie & Chuck’s Country Roundup Bluegrass & Country Hyim Soulful Urban World Beat

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Jeanie & Chuck’s Country Roundup

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CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday, September 20 10:30-noon 10:00-5:00 12:30pm 1:00pm 1:30pm 2:00pm 2:30pm 3:00pm

MC The Blue Fairy Hands on Craft time with the Girl Scouts Face Painting by CTE of Tam High (Booth #13-14) Fratello Marionettes Blue Fairy Sing Along Dan Chan the Magic Man Stories with Georgia Churchill Songs with Dave Fromer Renaissance 3 Billy Goats Gruff Puppet Show With Tinker’s Coin Production

Sunday, September 21

Dan Chan the Magic Man

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10:30-noon 10:00-5:00 12:30pm 1:00pm 1:45pm 2:00pm 2:30pm 3:00pm 3:30pm

MC Naomi Caspe Hands on Craft time with the Girl Scouts Face Painting by CTE of Tam High (Booth #13-14) Fratello Marionettes Benny the Wizard from the Magic Circus Stories with Naomi The Garden Show with Tinker’s Coin Production Stories with Georgia Churchill Blake’s Magical Magic Tales from the Enchanted Forest Puppet Show with Nick Barone

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Clothing .................................. Lori and Patrick O’Neill ........................... 26 Clothing .................................. Katharina Ernst ........................................... 29 Clothing .................................. Vera Wesley ................................................ 30 Clothing .................................. Sheila Mead .................................................. 41 Clothing .................................. Patti Walters Wells ................................. 102 Clothing .................................. Waka Ozawa ............................................. 134 Clothing .................................. Miko Francisco .......................................... 136 Clothing .................................. Georg Palmer ............................................ 140 Clothing .................................. Linda & Eva Letts ...................................... 146

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Ceramics ............ Kimi Masui.......................................................2 Ceramics ............ Jeff Morales .................................................. 61 Ceramics ............ Harald Nordvold ........................................ 65 Ceramics ............ Mattie Leeds ................................................ 71 Ceramics ............ Barbara Sebastian ....................................... 81 Ceramics ............ Itsuko Zenitani ............................................ 90 Ceramics ............ Lynn Wood .................................................. 69 Ceramics ............ Jacqueline Thompson .............................. 148 Ceramics ............ Kate Purcell ................................................. 99

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........... Bonnie Belt......................................................5 ........... Patricia Yenawine ....................................... 31 ........... Robert Finn .................................................. 55 ........... Joe Woodford ........................................... 116

Justine Tatarsky, Booth #125

Greg & Gayle Roche, Booth #24

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Fiber & Paper ........................ Emily Dvorin .............................................. 124 Fiber & Paper ........................ Allyn Cantor ................................................ 11 Fiber & Paper ........................ Lisa Telling Kattenbraker ....................... 133

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Glass ........................................ Suellen Fowler ................................................7 Glass ........................................ Bruce & Holly Stowell ............................... 12 Glass ........................................ Ken & Ingrid Hanson ................................. 39 Glass ........................................ Nick Leonoff ................................................ 54 Glass ........................................ Peter Zajda .................................................. 63 Glass ........................................ Cathe Howe .......................................... 84-85 Glass ........................................ Dehanna Jones ............................................ 94 Glass ........................................ John & Heather Fields ............................. 120

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Non-Precious ........ Barbara Samuelson ..................................... 20 Non-Precious ........ Erika Honig .................................................. 21 Non-Precious ........ Kayoko & Norihiko Tachibana ............... 38 Non-Precious ........ Lisa Toland ................................................... 42 Non-Precious ........ Sarah Nelson Shriver................................. 89 Non-Precious ........ Christian Gardelle .................................... 108 Non-Precious ........ Willy Scholten ........................................... 119 Non-Precious ........ Katie Enewold ........................................... 135 Non-Precious ........ Doe Cross ................................................. 147

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Precious.................. Rone Prinz.......................................................6 Precious.................. Sun Chan .........................................................8 Precious.................. Eric Silva........................................................ 27 Precious.................. Sean Hill ........................................................ 34 Precious.................. Ousmane Papa Macina .............................. 58 Precious.................. Michael Chaille ............................................ 64 Precious.................. Albion Smith ................................................ 68 Precious.................. Davide Bigazzi ............................................. 98 Precious.................. Carol Mortensen ........................................ 73 Precious.................. Maja................................................................ 79 Precious.................. Sarah Katerina Suloff ................................. 83 Precious.................. Kara Raymond........................................... 150 Precious.................. Susan Chin ................................................. 103 Precious.................. Melissa Zahm ............................................. 104 Precious.................. Yumi Ueno ................................................. 115 Precious.................. Kevin Healy ................................................ 129 Precious.................. Anna Tai ..................................................... 138 Precious.................. Ava Austin ..........................................141-142 Precious.................. Martin & Robert Taber ........................... 153

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Photography .......................... Youngbok Park............................................ 17 Photography .......................... William Vanscoy ......................................... 25 Photography .......................... Kenny Tong ................................................. 40 Photography .......................... Pat Koenigsberg .......................................... 43 Photography .......................... Robert Skip Sandberg ................................ 45 Photography .......................... Lisa Kristine ............................................... 100 Photography .......................... Xavier Nuez............................................... 101 Photography .......................... Lloyd Liebes, Jr.......................................... 110 Photography .......................... Dirk Yuricich .....................................126-127 Photography .......................... Jeffrey Murray............................................ 128 Photography[x ...................... E. Loren Soderberg .................................... 95

Painting .................................. Gilbert Amavisca ........................................ 10 Painting .................................. Wei Liang ..................................................... 18 Painting .................................. Tai Poon ....................................................... 28 Painting .................................. Judy Theo ..................................................... 37 Painting .................................. Stacy Dynan ................................................. 60 Painting .................................. Daniel Ng ..................................................... 62 Painting ................................... Barbara Lawrence ...................................... 66 Painting .................................. Karen Meadows .......................................... 67 Painting .................................. Sterling Hoffman ......................................... 72 Painting .................................. Douglas Herr............................................... 78 Painting .................................. Charles Schweigert .................................... 88 Painting .................................. Ted Wen ...................................................... 96 Painting ................................... Heidi Rosner .....................................106-107 Painting .................................. Gabrielle Bungardt ................................... 112 Painting .................................. Eileen Goldenberg .................................... 118 Painting .................................. Diana Garcia .............................................. 122 Painting .................................. Carol Myer................................................. 123

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MILL VALLEY FALL ARTS FESTIVAL 2008

Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival

2008 Posters & T-Shirts This year's chosen image artist is Doug Herr. His unique technique is not the typical approach to plein-air. Herr does an on-site sketch, takes a few photos and then retreats to his studio in Mill Valley where he initiates a “communication” with the canvas and tools. He sees his work as a dialogue between the artist and the medium and says he spends far more time looking at and contemplating his painting than putting brush to canvas. He trusts the painting to tell him what to do and patiently waits to be inspired. The results are stunning. His multi-layered small brush stroke technique gives the painting the right shimmer of light and a beautiful, non-static impressionistic representation of nature. “Afterglow” is the title of his painting chosen by the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival Committee to grace this year’s festival poster. The oil painting is of a familiar ridge-crest view overlooking West Marin with the rolling hills basking in the golden twilight. To Herr this is one of the most beautiful vistas he has contemplated and holds a strong place in his current body of work, Mount Tam Suite, a group of portraits of Marin County’s Mt. Tamalpais and its environs. “I have been fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful locations in the U.S.,” said Doug. “In several decades I have seen the mountain in so many moods—from the most subtle to the most sublime.” For more information about the artist please visit his website: www.douglasherr.com.

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Send application requests to: Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival P.O. Box 300 Mill Valley, CA 94942 or download an application from www.mvfaf.org

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2007 Award Winners We congratulate 2007 award-winners exhibiting again this year

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Dr. Iole Taddei is a Developmental Optometrist in Corte Madera who specializes in treating visual deÂżciencies in children through a program of Vision Therapy. She has been in practice for more than 20 years and has helped hundreds of children retrain and strengthen their visual systems for success in school, sports and life. Call today for more information or to schedule a comprehensive visual evaluation for your child. (415) 927-1211. Crystal Lockwood, Sculpture, Booth #22 Karl & Margarita Schroen, Other, Booth #19

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VOLUNTEERS KEEP US GOING We thank all of the energetic and enthusiastic friends who participated this year.

JUDGES Chester Arnold - Painter and Art professor College of Marin has exhibited his work internationally. 1998 Milley Award Winner. Al Farrow - Sculptor Al Farrow is currently represented by Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco. He has over 20 years of bronze casting experience. Ken Friedman - Photographer Ken Friedman has been photographing the arts in the Bay Area for over thirty years.


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Lisa Telling Kattenbraker....Fiber (Non-wearable) & Paper ..............133 Tom Killion .............................Printmaking, Drawing & Graphics ..........75 Barry Kite ................................Printmaking, Drawing & Graphics ........114 Lisa Feather Knee .................Painting .........................................................137 Pat Koenigsberg .....................Photography...................................................43 Lisa Kristine.............................Photography.................................................100 Barbara Lawrence .................Painting ............................................................66 David & Janet Lee .................Woodwork ....................................................44 Mattie Leeds............................Functional Ceramics....................................71 Nick Leonoff ...........................Glass .................................................................54 Linda & Eva Letts...................Clothing .........................................................146 Michael Leu .............................Printmaking, Drawing & Graphics ............ 3 David & Carolyn Levy .........Woodwork ....................................................23 Wei Liang .................................Painting ...........................................................18 Lloyd Liebes, Jr. ......................Photography.................................................110 Crystal Lockwood ................Sculpture .........................................................22 Ousmane Papa Macina ........Jewelry: Precious ..........................................58 Maja............................................Jewelry: Precious ..........................................79 Guillermo Martinez ..............Woodwork ....................................................59 Kimi Masui ...............................Functional Ceramics...................................... 2 Sheila Mead..............................Clothing ...........................................................41 Karen Meadows.....................Painting ...........................................................67 Bruce Mitchell ........................Sculpture .........................................................51 James Moore...........................Sculpture .........................................................47 Jeff Morales..............................Functional Ceramics....................................61 Carol Mortensen ...................Jewelry: Precious ..........................................73 Jeffrey Murray .........................Photography.................................................128 Carol Myer ..............................Painting .........................................................123 Daniel Ng .................................Painting ...........................................................62 Harald Nordvold ...................Functional Ceramics....................................65 Xavier Nuez............................Photography.................................................101 Leonardo Nunez ...................Printmaking, Drawing & Graphics ........109 Lori and Patrick O’Neill ......Clothing ...........................................................26 Beth Ozarow ..........................Sculpture .........................................................53 Waka Ozawa ..........................Clothing .........................................................134 Jo Ann Page .............................Other.............................................................111 Georg Palmer .........................Clothing .........................................................140 Youngbok Park.......................Photography...................................................17 Tai Poon ...................................Painting ...........................................................28 Rone Prinz ...............................Jewelry: Precious ............................................ 6 Barbara Glynn Prodaniuk ...Sculpture .........................................................91 Kate Purcell .............................Functional Ceramics....................................99 Kara Raymond........................Jewelry: Precious ........................................150 Greg & Gayle Roche ............Other ...............................................................24

Lorra Lee Rose ......................Other .........................................................48-49 Jim Rosenau.............................Sculpture .........................................................35 Heidi Rosner...........................Painting .................................................106-107 Barbara Samuelson ...............Jewelry: Non-Precious................................20 Robert Skip Sandberg ..........Photography...................................................45 Thurman Scheumack............Mixed Media ................................................144 Sheryl Schmidt........................Painting .........................................................149 Willy Scholten ........................Jewelry: Non-Precious..............................119 Karl & Margarita Schroen...Other ...............................................................19 Charles Schweigert ...............Painting ...........................................................88 Barbara Sebastian ..................Functional Ceramics....................................81 Sarah Nelson Shriver ...........Jewelry: Non-Precious................................89 Eric Silva ...................................Jewelry: Precious ..........................................27 Shelley Simon..........................Mixed Media ..................................................82 Albion Smith ...........................Jewelry: Precious ..........................................68 E. Loren Soderberg ..............Photography...................................................95 Susan & Sven Stalman ..........Other .............................................................145 Terry Steinke ..........................Printmaking, Drawing & Graphics ..........80 Bruce & Holly Stowell .........Glass .................................................................12 Sarah Katerina Suloff ............Jewelry: Precious ..........................................83 Martin & Robert Taber .......Jewelry: Precious ........................................153 Kayoko & Norihiko Tachibana ..............Jewelry: Non-Precious................................38 Anna Tai ...................................Jewelry: Precious ........................................138 Justine Tatarsky......................Other .............................................................125 Nancy Templeton .................Woodwork ....................................................36 Judy Theo.................................Painting ...........................................................37 Jacqueline Thompson ...........Functional Ceramics..................................148 Lisa Toland ..............................Jewelry: Non-Precious................................42 Kenny Tong.............................Photography...................................................40 Yumi Ueno ..............................Jewelry: Precious ........................................115 William Vanscoy ....................Photography...................................................25 Kari Von Wening ..................Sculpture .........................................................87 Patti Walters Wells ..............Clothing .........................................................102 Ted Wen..................................Painting ...........................................................96 Vera Wesley ...........................Clothing ...........................................................30 Lynn Wood .............................Functional Ceramics....................................69 Joe Woodford ........................Sculptural Ceramics ..................................116 PatriciaYenawine....................Sculptural Ceramics ....................................31 Dirk Yuricich ..........................Photography........................................126-127 Melissa Zahm ..........................Jewelry: Precious ........................................104 Peter Zajda ..............................Glass .................................................................63 Itsuko Zenitani .......................Functional Ceramics....................................90

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