Christopher Dewees’ delicate prints of fish join Fred Gordon’s ceramic fish and Maria Winkler’s drawings of vintage fishing gear in “Fish, Fishing, Fish,” a show devoted to the angler’s art, at Archival Gallery, 3223 Folsom Blvd. in east Sacramento. (916) 923-6204.
“Largo,” a mixed media piece by Janice Nakashima, is included in “Opus,” a new series of works using music as the muse for her nonobjective works in the Main Room at Axis Gallery; compelling works by M. Parfitt and others are installed in the gallery’s East Room. Axis Gallery is at 625 S St. firstname.lastname@example.org
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“Love Birds,” an oil painting by Hung Liu, is up in “Doubutsu” (Japanese for “animal”), a strong group show by prominent Northern California artists, among them Robert Brady, Maija Peeples Bright, Enrique Chagoya and William T. Wiley, at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St. (916) 447-4276.
Viewpoint Photographic Art Center
“Auschwitz” is one of the powerful and moving black-and-white photographs in Ken Meyers’ “Remembering the Shoah,” a one-person show in the main gallery at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, 2015 J St. (916) 441-2341.
Elliott Fouts Gallery
“Parisian Graffiti Tractor” is among the mysterious hybrid images in Jeff Myers’ “Larger Than Life,” a strong solo show of works that explore the relationships between technology, land, time and humans at Elliott Fouts Gallery, 1831 P St. (916) 736-1429.