Tom will be showing all his available unframed work and many framed pieces in this lovely art festival among the redwoods of Old Mill Park on Throckmorton Ave. in beautiul Mill Valley. Sat.-Sun. Sept. 14-15, 10-5 daily, Vist Tom at his Booth #62 in the heart of the Festival, the last of Marin’s great tradition of local artist-organized outdoor art fairs, a real community event.
Tom will be showing his latest framed and unframed prints along with books and a few notecards at the Bay Area’s premier street fair on University Avenue in Palo Alto, Sat.-Sun August 24-25, 10-6 daily. Vist Tom at his Booth #448 near corner of Florence and University.
Toby’s Feed Barn Gallery, 11250 Hwy. 1, Point Reyes Station
June 29 - August 15, 2019 9-5 daily (except Sunday opens at 10)
Huge Summer Show of Killion’s Framed prints of Coastal and Mountain landscapes, including original woodcut prints and large-format giclee limited editions.
Escalle’s Winery, Larkspur (on Magnolia Ave. across from the Marin General bridge)
Sat.-Sun., noon-5 daily. (gala and other special events precede on Thurs. & Friday evenings)
Tom will give an ARTIST”S TALK at 12 Noon on Sunday, June 22.
Tom will be showing many Marin landscape prints, framed and unframed, including his newest woodcuts and large-format prints. All profits benefit Buckelew Programs mental health services that have helped so many people in need over the last 30 years in Marin and the North Bay.
Tom Killion & Gary Snyder present and Evening of Poetry and Art Inspired by Walking in Wilderness
Stanford University, CEMEX Auditorium, Wed. eve. May 29, 7:30 PM
Free Admission, come early!
Gary and Tom will discuss their many High Sierra collaborations and the importance of wilderness walking in their artistic work; Gary will read from his High Sierra poems and new and original writings, followed by a discussion of High Sierra-inspired art moderated by their friend and Sierra companion, Armando Quintero of UC Merced and the California Water Board. Booksigning will follow presentation, with their High Sierra books (and some of Tom’s original prints) for sale.
complete info at: https://continuingstudies.stanford.edu/events/detail/20183_EVT-600
Tom Killion's Memorial Day Weekend Open Studio
May 25-27, 11-5 daily, 51 Laurel St., Inverness Park
Tom’s newest woodcut prints will be available for sale along with all his available work and some rare and out-of-print specials, books and notecards. Many framed prints available to purchase, including new large-format prints of “Above Stinson Beach” and “Mt Tam from Ring Mountain”. See Tom’s workshop and the woodblocks and materialsthat went into his most recent print: “Elephant Rock, Point Reyes”, which will be available in lowest numbers at this show. Visitors can print their own keepsake from one of Killion’s ‘retired’ blocks on his printing press. Children welcome.
Please park carefully, best parking is on street down below studio (where it is flat). Do not park in “No Parking” areas as our neighbors do not appreciate the mess!
map & details: PointReyesArt.com
"Journey to Hokusai" by Chikara Motomura follows Tom Killion as he travels to Japan to study traditional hand-printing techniques in Kyoto, and visits places that inspired his artist-spirit mentor Hokusai. Chikara is currently editing the film for a Spring 2019 launch. You can view highlights from the Oct. 2018 filming in Japan at the project website: https://www.journeytohokusai.com