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The Livermore Vine will be your new source of vital news and information. Sign up to be among the first to get our daily local news headlines sent to your inbox for free. Follow and the Pleasanton Weekly on Twitter @pleasantonnews , Facebook and on Instagram @pleasantonweekly for breaking news, local events, photos, videos and more. Stay informed on important covid news. Sign up for our FREE daily Express newsletter. by Dolores Fox Ciardelli / Pleasanton Weekly The Tri Valley Artist Studio Tour next weekend is offering a variety of venues to glimpse the creative process. Fifty-seven artists will welcome visitors into their homes, studios and collectives from Danville to Dublin to Pleasanton to Livermore to view demonstrations, see art for sale, and talk about their techniques and inspiration. The free tour has been a year in the making, as organizers Anne Giancola and Dennis Baker have brainstormed with area artists on the best way to host longtime art lovers as well as the newly curious in enjoyable and informative formats. "We are excited to show off the beauty of Tri-Valley art," said Giancola, president of the Alliance for the Visual Arts.