It's Mission Open Studios time again, meaning hundreds of neighborhood artists will be opening their studio and gallery doors to the general public, giving us a weekend-long art walk of sorts. And while many of the names and venues participating this round will be familiar to Open Studios veterans, Elliott C Nathan's (who you might remember from yesterday's tax comic or unlucky pennies) temp space at the corner of 24th and Bartlett will be a one-time deal this month and this month only.
Elliott fills us in:
I am taking over 24th and Bartlett for this weekend only; it's a pop-up open studio happening Friday evening, then Saturday and Sunday 10am - 6pm. Outside my regular work, I am also building an interactive piece that people will be able to draw all over. I will also be featuring my line of Sunken Monkey mini skateboards. Here's a time lapse video showing the creation of the boards:
Whoa. Sick rooftop view of the city, Elliott. (And sick boards, too)
Anyway, if you haven't already, get familiar with the Mission Open Studios calendar for this weekend and make a note to swing by Elliott's pop-up studio.