Wayne Thiebaud rose to national prominence in the 1960s and has called Sacramento his home for decades. The Sacramento State graduate is known for his colorful depictions of objects and scenes from everyday American life. Here's a brief look at the artist.
Along the River Walk in West Sacramento, “Subtile” is a shimmering and towering sculpture above the Sacramento River. The $500,000 piece was created by Czech artist Federico Diaz. It’s the emerging artist’s first outdoor public art piece.
Sacramento's chapter of Black Lives Matter held a rally on the afternoon of Nov. 18 to protest the removal of a mural featuring the names and faces of black men killed by police in the Sacramento area from the side of the Guild Theater in Oak Park.
Colfax Station Commander Ty Conners used charcoal and watercolor to paint this portrait of a Native American for a charity auction to raise money for the Colfax Skate Park. Potential bidders can head to the Sheriff's Office's Facebook page until noon on Sept. 14 to bid on the piece.
Sacramento artist Maren Conrad is painting a mural that spans the back of midtown's MARRS Building during the Wide Open Walls mural event. Conrad said the design is partly an homage to Chinese immigrants who helped build California's railroads.
Sacramento artist Bryan Valenzuela is creating a mural at 1810 28th Street as part of the Wide Open Walls mural event. He said the image is a "tug of war" that reflects the divisiveness of the current national