Arts & Theater

Five picks for Sacramento’s Second Saturday art walk

Carrie Ann Plank’s “Strata”
Carrie Ann Plank’s “Strata”

b. sakata garo

“Red Gloves,” a dashing watercolor by San Francisco artist Jan Opperman, is included in her solo show, “Figure It Out,” at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St. (916) 447-4276.


“The Opponent,” a rich and intriguing painting, is included in “Back in the Ring,” a show of works in mixed media by Joy Bertinuson that draws parallels between the sport of boxing and the creative process. It’s on view at artspace1616, 1616 Del Paso Blvd. (916) 849-1127.

Shimo Center for the Arts

Sandra Beard’s “Arctic Chorus 1,” an intaglio print made by a solar process, suggests an aerial view of a melting glacier. It’s up with works by Carrie Ann Plank and Michelle Murillo in “In Print” at Shimo Center for the Arts, 2117 28th St. (916) 706-1182.

Viewpoint Photographic

Art Center

Ron Yemma’s photograph “Coastal Cathedral” is included in “Silver Anniversary Members Exhibit,” an eclectic show of 100 works at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, 2015 J St., Suite 101. (916) 441-2341.

Axis Gallery

Matt Enger’s untitled oil painting of a Native American chief’s headdress and George Washington is one of the provocative images in “The Power of Art for Change,” a selection of works from the collection of Thomas DeWitt that deal with issues such as racism, sexism and our numbness to historic cultural atrocities. It’s up at Axis Gallery, 625 S St.