b. sakata garo,
Eccentric artist/mad scientist Clayton Bailey shows new copper sculptures along with Betty Bailey's charming narrative drawings at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St. (916) 447-4276.
Bows & Arrows
Artist Liv Moe, who is also the director of Verge Center for the Arts, shows new three-dimensional work in a variety of media, and Elisabeth Higgins O'Connor displays reconstructed animal forms with human characteristics, at Bows & Arrows, 1815 19th St. (916) 822-5668.
Joy Bertinuson and Julia Stagg give us a wry look at the pleasures and responsibilities of caring for toddlers in "Nursery Crimes" at Axis Gallery, 1517 19th St. (916) 443-9900.
From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, renowned artist Richard Mayhew opens up his sketchbook and exhibits his drawings for the first time at Evolve the Gallery, 1907 35th St. (916) 572-5123.
Center for Contemporary Art
"Common Bond" is the title of esteemed UC Davis ceramics professor Annabeth Rosen's show of sculptures and drawings at the Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, 1519 19th St. (916) 498-9811.
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