Arts & Theater

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

“That’s the Way it Goes” by Michelle Andres is part of the “See It With Words” exhibit at Arthouse on R.
“That’s the Way it Goes” by Michelle Andres is part of the “See It With Words” exhibit at Arthouse on R. Courtesy Arthouse on R

Arthouse

“See It With Words” is a show of abstract works that incorporate poetry or prose by Michelle Andres and Judy Jacobs, both published authors. It’s up at Arthouse on R, 1021 R St., Sacramento. 916-213-9747.

b. sakata garo

Gail Chadell Nanao’s painting “Of All Things Lovely” is one of the engaging works in her show “ Nudes and Still Lifes” at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St., Sacramento. 916-447-4276.

Shimo Center for the Arts

“Hover” is one of the complex, metaphysical studio still lifes in “Dialogues,” a show of recent oil paintings by Chris Daubert at Shimo Center for the Arts, 2117 28th St., Sacramento. 916-706-1162.

Axis Gallery

“Baroque Sequence” is a multilayered composition by Charles Seery, whose paintings draw on a predetermined vocabulary of signs and elements. His show is up at Axis Gallery, 625 S St., Sacramento. www.axisgallery.org

artspace1616

“Dollhouse I” is one of Richard Gilles’ strong color photographs of “California Valley,” 24,000 acres of arid land unsuitable for farming or ranching that was marketed as a piece of the California Dream in a 1961 issue of Life magazine. It’s up in his one-person show at artspace1616, 1616 Del Paso Blvd., Sacramento. 916-849-1127.

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