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Congratulations! You’ve established your own Trust, the first step to securing your financial future. Today, many people have created trusts as a means of ensuring the orderly transition of their estate. A trust can serve as a sophisticated management & investment planning vehicle in a complex world. Most persons named as trustees do not have the required skills and knowledge demanded by today’s courts. Only a few fully understand the obligations and liabilities associated with serving as a trustee. The role of a trustee requires more than simply signing documents. This workshop will provide essential training for trustees & trustors of living trusts.

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865 W El Camino Real Tuesday, September 20th 10:00am - 12:00pm

ATS Advanced Trustee Strategies has been educating the public with the “The 7 Biggest Mistakes® Trustees Often Make”, “The Advanced Trustee Workshop”, and Capital Gains Tax Seminars for over 16 years. We are committed to educating our clients on strategies to help them not only build their wealth but help to protect it from taxes and preserve it for their heirs. There is no guarantee that the strategies discussed during this presentation will yield positive results. Sandeep Varma is a registered representative with & securities are offered through LPL Financial Member FINRA/SIPC CA Insurance License #0790710 (08-2011) Page 2 • Palo Alto Festival of the Arts 2011

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Embrace creativity at Palo Alto Festival of the Arts


rom the sinuous lines of modern sculpture to the subtle beauty of traditional watercolors and oils, the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts showcases the highest quality work by the 300 fine artists participating. The Festival of the Arts celebrates its 30th anniversary August 27 and 28 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in downtown Palo Alto on University Avenue between High and Webster streets. Sponsored by the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce, the Festival of the Arts embraces a variety of art experiences, including the new Kinetic Sculpture Garden and the annual Italian Street Painting section. Artists travel from the Bay Area and throughout the U.S. to exhibit one-of-a-kind pieces for sale with each booth labeled “Made in America.” Look for sculptures in metal or recycled material; paintings in acrylic and oil; watercolors; wall hangings; ceramics; fine jewelry; photography; fiber; and glass in all manner of styles from abstract to Impressionistic, functional and decorative. “The Palo Alto Festival of the Arts is the premier fine arts festival in the Bay Area. The

art is juried for quality and originality,” says Paula Sandas, president and CEO of the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce. “This festival is unique in that it caters to those who appreciate and collect finer pieces.” New this year is the Sculpture Garden, displayed in free form fashion on the plaza at Cowper and University, with the theme of kinetic art. Returning is the crowd-pleasing Italian Street Painting Expo, where more than 60 artists will turn asphalt into art in just two days. KBAY and KEZR broadcast the action live. To accompany all this art, two stages of entertainment plus street corner musicians -- Bob Culbertson, Dreamroad and Aryeh Frankfurter -- will perform throughout the festival. The Main Stage at Waverley will host Sage, the Groove Kings, and other lively bands while the Webster Stage, sponsored by the California Coast Music Camp, features acoustic musicians playing folk, country and Americana. To keep the kids entertained, visit the Kids’

Art Studio or the Kid’s-Chalk-a-lot area within the Italian Street Painting Expo. As always gourmet food, fine wines and microbrews are available and two local food trucks -- Oaxacan Kitchen and Kara’s Cupcakes – can be found on Emerson by University at the new Gourmet Alley.

Admission is free, with free parking outside the event area. Call (650) 324-3121 or visit for more information.

Thank you for supporting the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts Corporate Exhibitors

Non-Profit Beneficiaries

Community Contributors

American Laser Skincare Armstrong Installation Service Bath Fitter • California Teas • CEFCU Clearview Retractable Screens • Comcast Craftsmen’s Guild • Cutco • Ford Gutter Helmet • Heavenly Greens • Kiwi Crate Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day • Provident Credit Union Renewal by Andersen • Stanford Athletics Stanford Federal Credit Union • Yelp • ZonePerfect

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Restaurants  Shops Gardens  Events & Meeting Facilities

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Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford

For more details, please see our website at Or Call (650) 322-2405

Palo Alto Festival of the Arts

Music & Entertainment

Art you can dance to


he Palo Alto Festival of the Arts is filled with all kinds of artists, including the musical kind. In addition to street corner musicians, two stages will host dance bands as well as acoustic performers. On the Main Stage at Waverley, all-woman rock band Cover Grrls, the R&B sounds of Love

Stoned and hits by Groove Kings play Saturday, while the smooth sounds of I Know a Band, tribute paid by Divas of the Decades and the funky Sage get a groove going Sunday. The Webster Stage, presented by the California Coast Music Camp, hosts folk singer and banjo player Coty Hogue; ukulele/guitar Emily

Juliette; and Steve Meckfessel, who sings original music. As you stroll among the artists, be sure to give a listen to Bob Culbertson on Chapman Stick, the flute and keyboard sounds of Dreamroad and Aryeh Frankfurter, a Celtic harpist.

The Groove Kings

Divas of the Decades

Aryeh Frankfurter

Entertainment Line-Up Saturday - August 27 Main Stage: Waverley Street

10:30am Cover Grrls 1:00pm Love Stoned 3:30pm Groove Kings

Webster Stage: Webster Street

presented by California Coast Music Camp 10:30am Along for the Ride 11:45am Coty Hogue 1:00pm Steve Meckfessel 2:15pm SEZU 3:30pm Steve Kritzer 4:45pm Swing Time

Sunday - August 28 Main Stage: Waverley Street

10:30am I Know A Band 1:00pm Divas of the Decades 3:30pm Sage

Coty Hogue


irect from the great Northwest, Coty Hogue’s old time banjo harkens back to a simpler time with a modern twist. Her voice like a breath of fresh air coming from a simple place for folks who want to keep home town sensibilities while dwelling in a fast paced city.

Webster Stage: Webster Street

presented by California Coast Music Camp 10:15am Emily Juliette 11:15am Coty Hogue with Chris Grampp 12:30pm Janet Lenore & Company 1:30pm M’Earthtones 2:30pm Jayme Kelly Curtis & Ukulele Dick 3:45pm Melissa Dinwiddie 4:45pm Mr. Topher Gayle & Louisa


eenaged singer/songwriter Emily Juliette’s fresh folk-pop sound and distinctive voice complements her heartfelt, poetic lyrics. Accompanying herself on ukulele and acoustic guitar, Emily Juliette loves music, horses and the Milky Way. Catch her before she becomes the next shooting star in the music world!

Street Corner Concerts Dreamroad @ Emerson Aryeh Frankfurter @ Bryant Bob Culbertson @ Florence Emily Juliette

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Chamber’s support essential to Palo Alto Festival of the Arts


he Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce, with its many volunteers and participants, is pleased to sponsor the 30th annual Palo Alto Festival of the Arts. On August 27 and 28, University Avenue will be transformed by more than 300 artists from around the U.S., who display only the finest in art. Local merchants and restaurants throw open their doors to welcome the thousands of art lovers who attend the festival each year. As visitors stroll downtown viewing the artwork and enjoying the sculpture garden, they also discover the numerous attractions Palo Alto has to offer. This makes the Festival of the Arts one of the most important events for the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce each year. Founded in 1910, the Chamber provides solid support and education to local businesses. The Chamber is busy promoting and investing in the community’s economic vitality and quality of life. Its members create an environment where business, government and community residents work together to improve the city’s business and civic health. As an independent and voluntary nonprofit organization, all activities to support members are funded through dues and event income. The Chamber of Commerce’s 550 members include small businesses, retailers, hotels, restaurants, nonprofits, educational and health institutions as well as major corporations and professionals.

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The Palo Alto Festival of the Arts is presented with the help of hundreds of volunteers and organizations. Though it’s impossible to thank everyone by name, here are a few of the outstanding efforts by local organizations that help to make the festival a success. •L  ucile Packard’s Children’s Hospital, presenting sponsor of the Kids’ Art Studio. •P  alo Alto Parents and Professionals for Art, beneficiary and management of Kids’ Art Studio. •Y  outh Community Service, beneficiary of the Italian Street Painting Expo. •U  niversity Art, for donations to Italian Street Painting Expo and Kids’ Art Studio. •K  iwanis of Palo Alto, management and support of fine wine and microbrew booths. • Palo Alto Weekly, ongoing media support. •G  arden Court Hotel, host of Invited Artists Reception. •T  he talented artists and musicians who make the festival possible. •A  nd the members of the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce, whose support and tireless efforts make the Festival of the Arts the successful event it is today.

Once you’ve enjoyed all the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts has to offer, sample the restaurants, patronize the merchants and come back for another visit. Sincerely, Paula Sandas President & CEO

Palo Alto Festival of the Arts

Italian Street Painting Artists Invitational Artists • • • • • • • • • • •

Chris Brake at work. Chris will be reproducing Octavio Ocampo’s “Visions of Quixote” at the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts this weekend.


Turning asphalt into art

14x10-foot rendition of Octavio Ocampo’s “Visions of Quixote,” created from chalk on pavement by Chris Brake, greets visitors to the Italian Street Painting Expo, one of the most fascinating parts of the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts. Tasso Street is closed between University and Lytton streets to provide an asphalt canvas for more than 60 artists from around California. In two days, they create eye-popping images in styles from the Renaissance to Modern art. Festival-goers gather to watch the artists create, and KBAY and KEZR will broadcast the action live. Artists begin early Saturday morning, work all weekend on temporary masterpieces, but come Sunday evening, the art is washed away. The complex painting of Don Quixote was chosen by Brake for its surreal images drawn from legend.  “These illusionary works are my favorite to re-create for the public. I look at street chalk art as more of


Octavio Ocampo’s “Visions of Quixote”.

a performance art, rather than a lasting piece of work,” says the Santa Clarita artist. “The Palo Alto Festival of the Arts is a wonderful event,” he continues. “Everyone is friendly and appreciative of all the artists. It is a great mix of not only chalk artists, but the amazing vendors and their beautiful work.” You can see more of Brake’s street art at www., and you can visit Brake’s10year-old daughter, Kimberly, will also participate with the rest of the artists in creating squares that vary in size from 4x6 feet to 12x12 feet. There’s room for budding artists under 12 to try their hands at drawing at the Kids’ Chalk-a-lot area. For a small fee, chalk is provided and kids can decorate 2x2 feet squares. All of the proceeds go to Youth Community Service, which use the proceeds to raise awareness of their leadership and servicelearning programs.

Chris Brake (featured artist) Alice Scott Crittenden Karen Fourgo Cecelia Linayao Sharyn Namnath Cuong Nguyen Hien Nguyen Christine Pasadis Cheryl Renshaw Wayne Renshaw Shirley Lehner-Rhoades

Kimberly Brake Ayon, Mary Bender, Jack Betz, Rachel Betz, Rick Betz, Molly Chen, Christina Cheney, Lizzie Chun, Jean Crilly, Michelia Dam, Ninh Dam, Orion Dam, Margaret Deng, Jessica Fowler, Michelle Fowler, Tiffany Garza, Tonie Garza, Kelsa Hawkins, Darin Hoagland, Alison Hoyt, Ariana Hoyt, Bryan Hoyt, Christopher Iseri, Julio Jimenez, Andrea Johnston, Madeline Kau, Paul Klecka, Cynthia Kostylo, Marisa Landicho, Abby LaPier, Grace LaPier, Michelle Lee, Anh-Thu Luu, Susanne Ma, Chrissy Mills, Eddie Moreno, Theresa Knopf Morgan, Lauryn Park, Jennifer Ripassa, Athena Roberts, Diana Roberts, Jay Schwartz, David Sebastian, Claire Simons, Mai-Chi Vu, Marlon Yanes, Amanda Zunino

Thank you sponsors!

his year the Italian Street Painting Expo is presented by our media partners: 94.5 KBAY & Mix 106.5 and is a benefit for Youth Community Service. Thanks to the generosity of these sponsors proceeds will support service-learning and leadership programs during the summer and school year. YCS intergenerational programs build connectedness in schools and the community. Particular thanks go to Stanford Shopping Center for the Chalk-a-lot event, University Arts for artist’s chalk and Whole Foods for artist’s lunches. We also thank 1185 Design, Westin & Sheraton Hotels, Haverstock & Owen LLP, Kiwanis of Palo Alto, Wayne Renshaw Architect, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Community Center for Health & Wellness, Avidbank, Palo Alto University Club, Cheryl Renshaw Landscape Design, Al & JoAnne Russell, Elaine & Eric Hahn, Anne & Greg Avis, Barbara & Michael Klausner, Barb & Fred Mitchell, Camille Townsend, Dana Tom, Kevin Skelly, the Blanchard Family, Mary & Tom Haverstock and Cindy & Peter Ziebelman. Palo Alto Festival of the Arts 2011 • Page 7

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FIBER Colors Artwear Jeff Seemayer, C. Rubin �������� 587 Felted Fantasies Sheila Saxon ������������������������ 305 Hand Painted Designs/ Fringe Magic Jewelry Lorna Ritter ������������������������� 220 JB Buffalo Betsy Bradshaw �������������������� 132 Knitz and Leather Katharina Ernst �������������������� 239 Orihime Textiles Rhonda Smith ���������������������� 630 P. J. Niche Niko Culevski ����������������������� 636 Roisin Knitwear Rosemarie Kelliher ��������������� 682 Shors, Jennifer ��������������������� 221

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Along for the Ride Coty Hogue Steve Meckfessel SEZU Steve Kritzer Swing Time

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FINE ART A. Stone Originals Adam Stone ������������������������� 576 Acrylic and Clay Harriet Helfricht ������������������� 314 Alexander, Kathleen �������������� 437 Amy Glover Designs Amy Glover Martin ���������������� 331 Anh Ha, Andy ����������������������� 525 Archer, Donald ��������������������� 521 Brooke Baxter Howie Brooke Howie ����������������������� 103 Carina Carine Mascarelli ������������������ 554 Charles Sherman Art Charles Sherman ������������������ 627 Chien-Eriksen Designs Nancy Chien Eriksen ������������� 127 Choi, Anna ��������������������������� 315 Colorworks Diane Goettlicher ������������������ 674 Delia Bradford Fine Art Delia Bradford ���������������������� 119 Diane Fujimoto Fine Art Diane Fujimoto ��������������������� 463 Doersam, Donna ������������������� 459 Domondon Fine Art Fred Domondon �������������������� 524 Drew, Evelyn ������������������������ 669 Eckels, Nancy ���������������������� 301 Emerald Art Leon Ruiz ���������������������������� 679 Eslinger, Kevin ��������������������� 515 Fantan Studio Christina Roe ����������������������� 425 Flashback Ben Leone ��������������������������� 523 Frame Company & Gallery Miho Simunovic ������������������� 423 Hays, Charlie ������������������������ 424 I Paint Your Pet Gabriele Bungardt ����������������� 474 Igor Koutsenko Fine Art Igor Koutsenko ��������������������� 129 Jaye, Marne ������������������������� 335 Jeff Owen Artworks Jeff Owen ���������������������������� 641 John Kilduff Fine Art John Kilduff ������������������������� 320 John Muir Reid Fine Art John Reid ���������������������������� 447 K. Hale Mixed Media Paintings Karen Hale ��������������������������� 536 Karen LeGault-Fine Art Karen LeGault ���������������������� 639 Karen Wright Watercolors Karen Wright ������������������������ 579 Killion, Tom ������������������������� 448 Le Doux Studio Adolfo Girala ������������������������ 471 Linda Unlimited Linda Mc Innis ��������������������� 461



10:15am Emily Juliette 11:15am Coty Hogue with Chris Grampp 12:30pm Janet Lenore & Company 1:30pm M’Earthtones 2:30pm Jayme Kelly Curtis & Ukulele Dick 3:45pm Melissa Dinwiddie 4:45pm Mr. Topher Gayle & Louisa

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An Urban(e) Potter Rose Lee ����������������������������� 134 Battiato, Joseph ������������������� 333 Camin, Mary ������������������������ 105 Cheryl Wolff Ceramics Cheryl Wolff ������������������������� 656 Cisco Collection Shizuko & Toshi Shichishima �������530 Forms in Clay Lyn Swan ����������������������������� 678 Foxlo Pottery Fox & Lois Garney ����������������� 133 Goldgewicht, Hannie ������������� 513 Groundhog Pottery Manuel Magallòn ������������������ 312 Hong, Gerald & Kelly ������������ 327 Joy Imai Studio Pottery Joy Imai ������������������������������� 565 Klinsky Ceramics Steve Klinsky ����������������������� 485 Kreyer, Sandy ����������������������� 557 Leslie Codina Ceramics Leslie Codina ����������������������� 466 Live Clay Iver & Jennifer Hennig ���������� 225 Mc Cracken Ceramics Kurt Mc Cracken ������������������ 571 Mud and Rocks Pottery Ken Takara ��������������������������� 684 Natural Fire Chris Efstratis ���������������������� 673 Of the Earth Ceramics Derek Voien �������������������������� 101 Of The Earth Pottery Andrea Dana Mc Cullough ����� 339 One Dream Design Hong Rubinstein ������������������� 456 Price, Jon ���������������������������� 634 R Honey Pots Liz Russell ��������������������������� 322 Sandford, Will ���������������������� 662 Scarpulla, Margo ������������������ 611 ShaJa Ceramics Sharon Jackman ������������������� 319 Sisters, Santa Barbara Mette Julian, S. Auerbock ����� 128 Stonefish Pottery Jeff & Jimee Taylor ��������������� 242 The Pot Shop Alexis Moyer ������������������������� 218 Thistle Studio Laurie Curtis ������������������������ 482

Totè Bella Merrie Westover �������������������� 586 Via Ripatti Designs Linda & Steve Ripatti ������������ 670 Waka Waka Ozawa ������������������������� 446 Veronica Welch ��������������������� 657 Wells, Roxy & Tyler ��������������� 623 Zapotec Native Art Zenon Hipolito ��������������������� 326

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an d F e s t i v a l Map Lynn Jaye Fine Art Lynn Jaye ����������������������������� 477 MAK Art Projects Mihail Kivachitsky ���������������� 518 Marlatt Studios Tom Marlatt ������������������������� 115 Marna Schindler Fine Art Marna Schindler ������������������� 467 Marquez, Rennie ������������������ 559 Martinez Peña, Alejandro ������� 583 Michael Anthony’s Fine Art Michael Nisperos ������������������ 427 Mindy Goldman Studios Mindy Goldman �������������������� 237 Mitchel Rubin Wearable Art Mitchel Rubin ���������������������� 631 Morton, Laura ���������������������� 328 Night Studio Kit Night ����������������������������� 457 Nuñez, Leonardo ������������������ 613 O’Lorell Art Kenneth Smith ��������������������� 323 Ora’s Art Ora Tamir ����������������������������� 539 Original Paper Designs Carole Shearer ���������������������� 449 Originals by Teri Teri Llach ���������������������������� 332 Patty Kelli Art Patti Torocsik, K. Ingram ������� 441 Posillico Leo Posillico ������������������������ 137 Rosett Fine Art Michele Rosett ��������������������� 480 Schwibach, Gabriele ������������� 483 Shardlow, Paul ��������������������� 529 Sheldon, Krista �������������������� 476 Slater, Lori ��������������������������� 519 Sloan, Paul �������������������������� 112 Soo Noga Studio Soo Noga ����������������������������� 573 Stacy Dynan Paintngs Stacy Dynan ������������������������� 428 Steinke, Terry ����������������������� 517 Studio 60/40 Tim Wistrom ������������������������� 635 Studio Coleman Aaron Coleman ��������������������� 533 The Kessinger Collection Lynn Kessinger ��������������������� 659 Two Dog Studio Eileen Sorg �������������������������� 123 VanVliet, Alita ���������������������� 567 Wine Country Art Laura Roney ������������������������� 566 Zen Modern Design Deanna De Chauron �������������� 316

GLASS Athari, Shawn ���������������������� 553 Caruso & Foschi Designs Jerry Caruso, N. Foschi ��������� 214 Hanson & Kastles Ingrid & Ken Hanson ������������� 438 Michael K. Originals Michael Barnett �������������������� 309 Silkwood Glass Treg Silkwood ����������������������� 675 Studio Rynkiewicz Mariusz Rynkiewicz ��������������� 102 Terry Ow-Wing Designs Terry Ow-Wing ���������������������� 620 Totally Blown Glassworks Dehanna Jones ��������������������� 232

Williams Glassworks Vince & Kerry Williams ���������� 124 Willoughby Art Glass Helen Willoughby Peck ���������� 334

JEWELRY Ashprey’s Sima Gidwani & J. Sadhwani � 491 Benitez Jewelers Steve & Benita Benitez ��������� 432 Bigazzi, Davide ��������������������� 537 Birgit Kupke-Peyla Inc. Birgit Kupke Peyla ���������������� 561 Bolin, Cindy ������������������������� 216 Cinderella Lucinda Cindia Carrere ���������������������� 110 D & D Design Dale & David Haverlandt ������� 654 Fiesel, Francine �������������������� 617 Guenther, Lynn ��������������������� 422 Harmony Visions Maryann & Kurt Small ����������� 680 Harper Designs Susie Harper ������������������������ 612 Hitomi Designs Hitomi Jacobs ���������������������� 655 I S Design Isabelle Posillico ������������������ 135 Jayne Thomas Designs Jayne Thomas ���������������������� 222 Jewelry for the Soul Janet Wight �������������������������� 122 Kayoko Designs Kayoko Tachibana ����������������� 581 Kelly Morgen Jewelry Kelly Morgen ������������������������ 564 Ling-Yen designs Ling-Yen Jones ��������������������� 217 Mendy Marks Fine Jewelry Mendy Marks ����������������������� 109 Metamorphosis Jewelry Design John Biagiotti ����������������������� 542 Moss Beach Artworks Gayton Arrigotti �������������������� 444 Mountain & Robbins Judie Mountain, W. Robbins �� 235 Rainfire Custom Jewelry Dori Egan, M. Durkin ������������ 642 Ramos Designs Barbara Ramos ��������������������� 104 Ravenscroft Melissa Zahm ����������������������� 628 Rush Studio Walt Rush ���������������������������� 558 S. Schran-Collings Contemp. Jewelry Sabine & David Collings �������� 450 Samuels, Sasha �������������������� 531 Sauvé Jewelry Thomas Sauvé ���������������������� 574 Shelley Rae Jewelry Design Shelley Rae �������������������������� 324 Soni Bergman Designs Soni Bergman ���������������������� 618 Stone Fever Graham & Sally Orion ������������ 661 The Beaded Bear Sigrid Wynne Evans �������������� 672 Trigère, Gunn ����������������������� 464 Victor Yurivilca Original Designs Victor & Yaneth Yurivilca ������� 236 Walther & Gardelle Christian Gardelle, A. Walther  584 Wendy Newman Jewelry Wendy Newman �������������������� 475

Yumi Design Yumi Ueno ��������������������������� 306

LEATHER & METAL Andrew Carson Wind Sculpture Andrew Carson ��������������������� 603 Andy Welds Andy Byrne �������������������������� 664 Clark, Greg ��������������������������� 460 Courtyard Art Doug Mader ������������������������� 484 David Chesney Studios David Chesney ���������������������� 454 Dharma Works Paul Wisdom ������������������������ 241 Eugene Leather Works Judith Smith ������������������������ 107 Glashoff Sculpture Ranch Phillip Glashoff �������������������� 645 Heise Metal Sculpture Chad Heise �������������������������� 649 Napoleon Alexander Napoleon & Rosa Paz ������������ 540 No. California Leather Co. Michael Barney �������������������� 108 R I S, Inc Amos Robinson �������������������� 653 Rubaiyat Shoes Melinda & Louis Whisler �������� 487 Vigallart Ric & Tim Vigallon ���������������� 514

MIXED MEDIA Alabaster Designs Guy Michaels ����������������������� 431 Anne Klocko Designs Anne Klocko ������������������������� 426 Art on Tile Justine Tatarsky, C. Bridges ��� 224 Artware, Artwear Jenny Stepp ������������������������� 443 Blanchard, Dominique ���������� 615 Dawn Mountain Leatherart Susan Mountain ������������������� 658 Eileen P. Goldenberg Art Eileen Goldenberg ���������������� 233 Exultation Arts Debbie Butterfield ���������������� 111 Fantasy Art Dolls by Marca Margarita Castillo-Bernard ����� 580 Funsters-Objects Horacio Tubio ����������������������� 131 Imagery Denis Minamora ������������������� 663 J.B.W. Studio J. Brooke Patterson ��������������� 562 Johnson, Kris ����������������������� 568 Organic Art Larisa Thaney ����������������������� 677 Paihia Mosaics Julia Embry, P. Blaker ����������� 637 Painted Silks By Kavita Kavita Singh ������������������������ 304 Raw Art Alberto Toscano �������������������� 311 Shultz, Rachel ���������������������� 433 Stone Gardens Victor Klodin ������������������������ 219 Sudo, Momoko ��������������������� 489 Suzette Suzette Hodnett ������������������� 125

PHOTOGRAPHY Andrew Butler Photography Andrew Butler ���������������������� 532 Chris Honeysett Photography Chris Honeysett �������������������� 308 Dennis Barloga Photography Dennis Barloga ��������������������� 589 Dennis Kohn Studios Dennis Kohn ������������������������ 229 Ensign Editions Gale Ensign ������������������������� 575 Fab Photography Siep Bueneker ���������������������� 633 Fish Tales Photography Marna Zanoff, C. Boxwell ������� 421 Fred Mertz Photography Fred Mertz ��������������������������� 582 Gero Heine Photography Gero Heine ��������������������������� 473 Heemstra Photography Locke Heemstra ������������������� 622 Ira Meyer Photography Ira Meyer ����������������������������� 681 J. Z. Photos James Zheng ������������������������ 560 Majestic Light Photography Michael Fernandez ��������������� 619 Mayberry & Archuleta Photography Thomas & Catherine Mayberry ��453 Park, Youngbok �������������������� 313 Pat Moore Photography Pat Moore ���������������������������� 434 Pat Toth-Smith Photography Pat Toth Smith ��������������������� 330 Sarka-Trager Photography Sarka & Richard Trager ���������� 572 T.J. Pew Photography Todd Pew ����������������������������� 113 Timeless Images John Gavrilis ������������������������ 213 Tom Jacobs Photography Tom Jacobs �������������������������� 638 Ventosa, Pep ������������������������ 329

WOOD Aniwaya Sue Root ����������������������������� 465 B. Stamp Wood Sculpture Bruce Stamp ������������������������ 621 Bowled Eagle Jay Saxon ���������������������������� 303 Cobb, Charles ����������������������� 325 EggTooth Originals Jack West ���������������������������� 535 Fine Art of Woodturning John Hardwick ��������������������� 563 Imagine If Woodworks Marguerite Wagner ���������������� 121 Mc Cauley, Patrick ���������������� 445 Rising Tide Wood Sculpture Richard Vest ������������������������ 520 Saydah Design Thomas & Margaret Saydah ��� 481 Spring Garden Cedar Steven Andersen ������������������� 238 Tornheim , Holly ������������������� 555 Van Ornum Woodworking Philip Van Ornum ����������������� 223 Vintage Redwood Co. Jim Simons �������������������������� 440 Woodworking by C. Kovalik Carl Kovalik ������������������������� 231

Food Booths Emerson Food Court Kara’s Cupcakes cupcakes, milk

Oaxacan Kitchen grilled chicken salad, tacos, tamales, chipotle ribs, cookies, agua frescas

Bryant Food Court Aroma Catering tri-tip sandwich, corn dogs, smoked turkey legs, roasted corn, freshsqueezed lemonade, iced tea

Tante’s falafel, deep-fried vegetables, potato & spinach knish, garlic fries

Waverley Food Court Kurlander Soft Serve frozen yogurt with flavor burst

Lemoine Creperie fruit, cheese & meat crepes

Sonoma Teriyaki teriyaki chicken on a stick, fried rice & chow mein, ginger chicken bowl

Aroma Catering fried calamari with cilantro lime sauce, barbequed oysters, crab cakes, garlic fries, fresh-squeezed lemonade, iced tea, barbequed sausages: polish, italian, cajun, hot dogs, fresh-squeezed lemonade, iced tea

Cowper Food Court Big Ed’s Buzzard BBQ pulled pork, beef brisket

Suitcase Ron’s Kettle Corn kettle corn

California Corn Roast roasted sweet corn, lemonade

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Meet the artists

he Palo Alto Festival of the Arts has more than 300 talented artists working in a variety of mediums. These artists represent the best in their fields, including painting, ceramics, jewelry, glass and more. Here are just a few you will meet.

Life experiences etched into Lynn Guenther’s jewelry

Jerry Caruso’s glass art reflects new traditions

he jewelry made by Santa Cruz artist Lynn Guenther is inspired by her travels around the world. She works to express ancient meanings with contemporary designs that transcend time. “I enjoy creating jewelry that adorns the body and expresses the spirit,” she says, adding that travel feeds her creativity. Guenther works in silver, copper and gold to add depth, contrast and richness to her jewelry. Using a saw and other silversmith techniques to create the design, she then overlays with different metals to make the image stand out. The earrings, necklaces, bracelets, pins and rings are embellished with colorful gemstones, glass and occasionally found object. All her work is hand-fabricated and unique, and many examples of her metalwork can be viewed at Guenther, who often travels in the summer, enjoys participating in the Palo Alto show because “of the high quality of the fine art and craftsmanship presented at the show,” she says, and that festival goers, “take the time to really look at the work and appreciate it.” When viewing Guenther’s jewelry, you can see symbols, such as the universal spiral, and aesthetics from many different cultures. Her recent fascination with Mayan and Maori art shows up in her new work, and nature imagery is also prevalent and bridges many cultures. All her pieces “are infused with my life experiences,” she says.

ometimes old techniques can be infused with new energy and style. Such is the case with the wall sculptures of Jerry Caruso, who uses reverse painted glass and metal to create contemporary designs. Caruso works with partner Nick Foschi in Caruso and Foschi Designs in Desert Hot Springs. Both Nick and Jerry cut and paint the large-scale architectural glass that is cut in various shapes and designs. The creative duo also created set designs for the movie “Sordid Lives” and Showtime’s “Weeds.” After working for 30 years in stained glass and in cutting architectural glass, Caruso decided to infuse his art with new direction, using a reverse painting technique. Reverse painted glass is where the glass is painted on the rear of the piece. Texture is added to the back, allowed to dry then painted with metals and blends of color. Metallics and natural tones, primary colors and blues and purples decorate the unique wall pieces that are abstract in design. “You can see color and texture and also a sheen from the glass; it creates a nice glossy finish,” says Caruso. The reverse painting technique, “takes my art to a different level. It’s a whole new direction for me.” To make the glass and metal creations, Caruso uses the Tiffany method of joining with copper foil. Each piece is then assembled using copper over the edges. Stained glass, blown glass, nuggets, jewels, stones and metal are incorporated. Visit to see more.



Whimsical shapes color Stacy Dynan’s world


hether it’s free-spirited women riding bicycles, soaring in balloons and flying airplanes or spare fields in large block colors, Stacy Dynan’s acrylic and mixed media paintings depict themes both whimsical and bold. “My use of acrylic paint and mix media investigate how texture, color and shape relate to each other on canvas, applied in dozens of layers,” says the Redwood City artist, who enjoys participating in a festival so close to home. Fields, roads, structures and people in her work are rendered with a deceptive simplicity allowing color and shape to speak. In addition to the paintings at the show, you can see more of her work at “The shapes and style of my paintings provide me with the muchneeded symmetry and balance that I think we all desire and need in our lives. Viewing it through art provides it in a very subtle and non-intrusive way,” she says. The former telecommunications consultant found her calling in London after viewing an abstract landscape by Scots artist John Brown. On impulse she bought her first art supplies and within an hour, had a Page 12 • Palo Alto Festival of the Arts 2011

painting of her own. She’s refined that talent with art degrees and private instruction to hone a style uniquely her own.

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Kinetic sculpture moves Andrew Carson

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culptor Andrew Carson blends functionality with form to create interactive sculptures that blend mechanics and aesthetics. His kinetic pieces are the perfect introduction to a new part of the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts – the Sculpture Garden with a theme. Each year at Cowper and University, the theme will change, and Carson has the honor of representing kinetic, or moving, sculpture. “The Palo Alto Festival of Arts is a unique place to meet people and share my work. I am very excited about the new sculpture garden,� he says. The Seattle, Washington, artist creates wind sculptures from cast glass, hammered copper and wielded steel. These large pieces are meant to “interact with people and solve riddles of landscape both interior and exterior,� he says on his Web site Carson uses a variety of materials including electronics, illustration, camera and mechanical systems to create his wind-driven works of art. Fascinated with the wind’s energy since his boyhood in Boulder, Colorado, he built whirligigs as a teen, messed around in a machine shop and “learned everything about rotation and engineering� working in a bicycle shop. He returned to his young fascinations to create elegant weathervanes after receiving his bachelors in fine arts in photography from the University of Washington. To create these feats of balance and motion, Carson first sketches on paper, then sizes parts, figures mechanics and rotation and develops prototypes. Once the design is done, parts are created through a combination of handwork and industrial processes.




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TIME & PLACE 5K walk 7:00pm, 10K run 8:15pm, 5K run 8:45pm. Race-night registration 6:00 to 8:00pm at City of Palo Alto Baylands Athletic Center, Embarcadero & Geng Roads (just east of the Embarcadero Exit off Highway 101). Parking — go to to check for specific parking locations.

COURSE 5K and 10K loop courses over Palo Alto Baylands levee, through the marshlands by the light of the Harvest Moon! Course is flat, USAT&F certified (10k run only) on levee and paved roads. Water at all stops. Course map available at

REGISTRATIONS & ENTRY FEE Pre-registration fee is $25 per entrant (postmarked by September 2, 2011) and includes a long-sleeve t-shirt. Late/race-night registration is $30 and includes a shirt only while supplies last. Family package: Children 12 and under run free with a registered parent. A completed entry form for each child must be submitted with adult registration. Please indicate on form and include $15 for t-shirt. No confirmation of mail-in registration available. Registration also available online at Refunds will not be issued for no-show registrations and t-shirts will not be held.

SPORTS TEAM/CLUBS: Pre-registration opportunity for organizations of 10 or more runners; e-mail

MINORS: If not pre-registered Minors under 18 MUST bring signed parental/waiver form (below) on race night to participate.

DIVISIONS Age divisions: 9 & under; 10-12; 13-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69, and 70 & over with separate divisions for male and female runners in each age group. Race timing provided for 5K and 10K runs only; not 5K walk.

COMPUTERIZED RESULTS by A Change of Pace Chip timing by A Change of Pace. Race results will be posted on the Internet at by 11pm race night. Registration forms must be filled out completely and correctly for results to be accurate. Race organizers are not responsible for incorrect results caused by incomplete or incorrect registration forms. You must register for the event you plan to participate in.

AWARDS/PRIZES/ENTERTAINMENT Top three finishers in each division. Prize giveaways and refreshments. DJ Alan Waltz. Pre-race warmups by Noxcuses Fitness, Palo Alto

PALO ALTO GRAND PRIX Road Race Series — Moonlight Run, 9/9; Marsh Madness, 10/23; Home Run, 11/13, for more information go to

BENEFICIARY Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund. A holiday-giving fund to benefit Palo Alto area non-profits and charitable organizations. In April 2011, 45 organizations received a total of $240,000 (from the 2010-2011 Holiday Fund.)


MORE INFORMATION Call (650) 463-4920, (650) 326-8210, email or go to For safety reasons, no dogs allowed on course for the 5K and 10K runs. They are welcome on the 5K walk only. No retractable leashes! Please bring your own clean-up bag. Jogging strollers welcome in the 5K walk or at the back of either run.

Flashlights/head lights recommended. First aid service and chiropractic evaluations will be available.

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WAIVER: In consideration of your accepting my entry, intending to be legally bound do hereby for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive, and release any and all rights and claims that I may have against the persons and organizations affiliated with the run and sponsoring agencies, and the assignees for any and all injuries suffered by me while traveling to and from, and while participating in the Moonlight Run, or associated activities September 9, 2011. I further attest that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained for participation in this event.

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