Arts & Theater

Best of Sacramento’s Second Saturday art walk for May

"A Murder and a Bike Jacking” by Anthony Montanino.
"A Murder and a Bike Jacking” by Anthony Montanino.

“Spokes” is an exhibit celebrating the upcoming Amgen Tour and Sacramento’s “Bike Month” at three Sacramento galleries: Sparrow Gallery (2428 K St.), Art of Toys (1126 18th St.) and the Arthouse on R (1021 R St.). Anthony Montanino’s “A Murder and a Bike Jacking” is up at Arthouse on R. (916) 212-4988

Elliott Fouts Gallery

Roland Petersen, one of the seminal members of the legendary UC Davis art faculty of the 1960s, shows vintage works on paper, 1959-1969, at Elliott Fouts Gallery, 1831 P St., Sacramento. (916) 736-1429

Gallery 2110

A show of artworks by more than 20 developmentally disabled artists from Short Center South celebrates the sheer joy of art-making from noon to 9 p.m. at Gallery 2110, 1023 Del Paso Blvd., Sacramento. (916) 456-5166

Archival Gallery

Maureen Hood’s collage/painting “A Bicyclette” is up along with mosaic works by newcomer Wes Horn at Archival Gallery, 3223 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento. (916) 923-6204

Axis Gallery

Once touted as a “California Dream” location, California Valley is composed of 24,000 acres that were unsuitable for ranching or farming. Richard Gilles’ stark color photos catch up on that California Dream 50 years later. They are on view at Axis Gallery, 625 S St., Sacramento. (916) 634-2724