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Open studio in Menlo Park benefits Mission Hospice & Home Care

 

Mission Hospice & Home Care will receive all profits from Frances Freyberg's Silicon Valley Open Studio May 7-8 in Menlo Park. The free event will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 856 Partridge Ave. in Menlo Park.

Ms. Freyberg, a Menlo Park resident, specializes in color portraits of people, wildlife, nature and architecture from her travels in more than 50 countries. She is also director of development for Mission Hospice.

Exhibiting at 856 Partridge Ave. on both May 7-8 and May 14-15 (from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.), along with Ms. Freyberg, are Alice Weil of Menlo Park, Julia Munger Seelos and Lynn Montoya of Redwood City, and Kim Holl of Portola Valley. The show will include paintings, jewelry, and photography.

More than 400 local artists are opening their studios to the public during the first three weekends in May as part of the 25th annual Silicon Valley Open Studios.

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