Well, depending upon the artist and medium, an Open Studio can be many things — from an opportunity to see an artist’s workspace to a chance to see an artist’s back catalog of both previous and most recent works.
Shanon’s Open Studio is a number of things — a party, an open house, an exhibit of both current and past work, a workspace visit and a sale. You’ll see work spanning the past 15 years. You’ll see hundreds of paintings and drawings (not an exaggeration!). You’ll see work that she doesn’t show outside her studio. You’ll enjoy food and beverages. There are three main “gallery” rooms, the studio itself, and the bargains rooms (among other assorted small nooks and crannies).