Jeremy Sutton Studios
1890 Bryant Street, # 306, San Francisco, CA 94110
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From the south: take 101 North. Exit at Vermont Street, then immediate left on Vermont and next left on 17th Street. Go 5 blocks and then left on Bryant Street. The studio building will be on your right at end of block, on corner with Mariposa Street.
From the north: take Golden Gate Bridge to Lombard Street then right on Van Ness Street. Take Van Ness all the way past Market Street and under the freeway until it becomes South Van Ness Street. Turn left on 17th Street. Go about 6 blocks and turn right on Florida Street. The back of the building will be on your left at corner with Mariposa Street.
From the east: take the Bay Bridge. Exit at 9th/Harrison. Keep on Harrison all the way to 17th Street. Turn left on 17th Street and go two blocks and turn right on Florida Street. The back of the building will be on your left at corner with Mariposa Street.
The front door of the studio building is on Bryant Street, a few feet from the corner with Mariposa Street (the north west corner of the Bryant/Mariposa junction, kitty corner to KQED and across the street from a Starbucks). If you are visiting my studio with a car you will find meter parking on the west side of Bryant Street between Mariposa and 18th streets. You may find free street parking on Mariposa or Florida streets, though it is tough to find, particularly in the mornings. If you are using public transport (plan your trip on www.511.org), the 27 bus stops right outside my studio building and the closest BART station, 16th and Mission, is ten minutes walk away. The Art Atelier SF includes my studio #306 and also Peggy Gyulai’s studio #408. The directions are the same. We run classes out of both and utilize both studios, depending which is best suited to the class. When you get to the building front door dial 306 into the key pad (or 408 if the class is in studio 408). This rings my studio phone and I will come down and let you in (there is no buzzer). During Open Studios the doors are open to the public.