Arts & Theater

Critic’s choice: Best of Sacramento’s Second Saturday art walk

“Flow & Eddy” is among works by Susan Ballenger.
“Flow & Eddy” is among works by Susan Ballenger.

b. sakata garo

“Peter and Company” is the title of a strong show by Peter VandenBerge, one of the region’s pre-eminent ceramic sculptors, at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St., Sacramento, 916-447-4276, www.bsakatagaro.com

Viewpoint Photographic Art Center

Byron Wolfe’s “Ishi Vanished” is one of the moving photographs in his show about Ishi, the legendary California Indian who emerged from the wilderness near Oroville in 1911. It’s up at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, 2015 J St., Sacramento, (916) 441-2341, www.viewpointgallery.org

Red Dot Gallery

Susan Ballenger’s “Flow and Eddy” is up in a show of landscapes that also features Timothy Mulligan and Abigail Van Cannon. It’s at Red Dot Gallery, 2231 J St., Suite 101, Sacramento; (916) 267-8100, www.reddotgalleryonj.com

Sparrow Gallery

“Feeling Like Ophelia” is one of the intriguing works by Leslie DuPratt in her retrospective exhibition at Sparrow Gallery, 2418 K St., Sacramento, (916) 382-4891, www.reddotgalleryonj.com

Axis Gallery

“Book Introduced to Termite Colony” is a conceptual artwork by Ron Peetz in “Objects in the Mirror,” his solo show at Axis Gallery, 625 S St., Sacramento, www.axisgallery.org

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