Grrrrrr-allery 48 at Natoma
What: Lions and tigers and bears oh my! The animals are overrunning the Gallery at 48 Natoma in Folsom through Nov. 1. These are animals of the two-dimensional kind, of course. The exhibit, "On the Wild Side," features the artwork of three artists: oil paintings and gourd sculptures by Judy Arrigotti, photography by Lewis Kemper and watercolors by Monica Turner (one is shown above). Worldwide travelers themselves, the artists seek to show the animals in their natural habitats. What you'll see? Swinging spider monkeys of the Central American rain forests, growling Alaskan grizzlies and lounging African lions. No safari guide needed.
In the adjacent Community Gallery at 48 Natoma, check out a display of paintings created by actual animals from the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary.
When: "On the Wild Side" continues through Nov. 1; the zoo display is up through Oct. 31.
Where: Gallery at 48 Natoma, 48 Natoma St., Folsom
Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday; 6-8 p.m. Thursday. Free tours or special weekend hours arranged by appointment
Information: (916) 355-7285
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