Arts & Theater

Five art picks for Second Saturday

Camille Vandenberge’s “Bones”
Camille Vandenberge’s “Bones”

artspace

“Steve Wanders Away from the Tour and Spots a Bear” is a new painting by Julian Faulkner in a series that addresses climate change, pollution and migration on view with new woodcuts by Mick Sheldon at artspace 1616, 1616 Del Paso Blvd. 916-849-1127

Archival Gallery

“Ignored Omen” by Laureen Landau is included in an exhibition that showcases Sacramento City College art faculty from 1920 to the present at Archival Gallery, 3223 Folsom Blvd. 916-923-6204.

Axis Gallery

“Mad Season” by Manuel Fernando Rios is included in a show of his mixed media works inspired by political unrest, at Axis Gallery, 625 S St. www.axisgallery.org

Shimo Center for the Arts

Ceramic sculptor Camille VandenBerge shows surprising, never-before-seen abstract ink drawings that she has worked on over the past 20 years. They are up with lush new oil paintings by Shimo from his “Flower Series” at Shimo Center for the Arts, 2117 28th St. 916-706-1162

Verge Center for the Arts

“wanna do right, but not right now” is a monumental mixed media sculpture made of unconventional materials by UC Davis master of fine arts graduate Elizabeth Higgins O’Connor at Verge Center for the Arts. Her works are up with conceptual yet visually rich pieces by Mathew Zefeldt in a show celebrating the partnership of Verge and the new Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis. It’s at 625 S St. 916-448-2985.

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