Raphael Delgado works on a charcoal drawing in 2011 in his studio, a small space near the noisy light-rail tracks at the back of Panama Art Factory in Sacramento. The artists collective on 24th Street in Hollywood Park was burglarized on Aug. 31, and thieves made away with more than $25,000 in equipment.
Raphael Delgado works on a charcoal drawing in 2011 in his studio, a small space near the noisy light-rail tracks at the back of Panama Art Factory in Sacramento. The artists collective on 24th Street in Hollywood Park was burglarized on Aug. 31, and thieves made away with more than $25,000 in equipment. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee file
Raphael Delgado works on a charcoal drawing in 2011 in his studio, a small space near the noisy light-rail tracks at the back of Panama Art Factory in Sacramento. The artists collective on 24th Street in Hollywood Park was burglarized on Aug. 31, and thieves made away with more than $25,000 in equipment. Andy Alfaro Sacramento Bee file
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Sacramento art groups bounce back after thefts

September 11, 2016 01:59 PM

UPDATED September 12, 2016 06:18 AM

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