When I left Mount Shasta this morning it was drizzling. The grasses are turning spring green in the valley and the almonds are shedding their blooms. When I arrived in Sacramento I hit the ground walking. I needed lunch and some art. The district called Mid Town is full of galleries, public art and eateries.




Sacramento Art Complex



Gallery 2110 and the Sacramento Art Complex is two-stories of color, texture, smells and sensations of artfulness. In the gallery space of the 1st and 2nd floors feature a show curated by Robert Ray, Human Voice: the presence in art. There are over 60 artworks by 38 artists. The works include sculptures, painting, and mixed media art. One both the 1st and 2nd floors are the studios of over 30 artists. The studios were all cleaned up for their pending Open Studio tours. The Sculpture Garden at Gallery 2110, like the entire complex, presented contemporary works as well as traditional and experimental art.







Sunda Skater, bronze, Peter Vanderberg





I had pizza by the slice at Luigi’s. Right out the door of Luigi’s is a bronze statue…public art!


I popped into View Point Art Center, a photography gallery where they are displaying prints curated from the 1X online gallery. This on-line gallery reports, “1x is an online photo gallery and social network. What makes 1x different from most other photo sites is that every photo displayed has been hand picked by a professional curator. Only 1/20 photos uploaded are published, which has resulted in a gallery of world class photography. Many of the exceptional photos published on 1x can be bought as premium fine art prints, delivered right to your doorstep.”  A clever ideas all the way around, I’d say.


Sunday morning I have plans to have brunch then go to see Yuebin Gong’s show at the Crocker Art Museum. I can’t wait!

It’s a balmy 60 degrees and the church bells are ringing 7:00pm. Have a great evening!


When I left Mount Shasta this morning it was drizzling. The grasses are turning spring green in the valley and the almonds are shedding their blooms. When I arrived in Sacramento I hit the ground walking. I needed lunch and some art. The district called Mid Town is full of galleries, public art and eateries.

Sacramento Art Complex

Gallery 2110 and the Sacramento Art Complex is two-stories of color, texture, smells and sensations of artfulness. In the gallery space of the 1st and 2nd floors feature a show curated by Robert Ray, Human Voice: the presence in art. There are over 60 artworks by 38 artists. The works include sculptures, painting, and mixed media art. One both the 1st and 2nd floors are the studios of over 30 artists. The studios were all cleaned up for their pending Open Studio tours. The Sculpture Garden at Gallery 2110, like the entire complex, presented contemporary works as well as traditional and experimental art.

Sunda Skater, bronze, Peter Vanderberg

I had pizza by the slice at Luigi’s. Right out the door of Luigi’s is a bronze statue…public art!

I popped into View Point Art Center, a photography gallery where they are displaying prints curated from the 1X online gallery. This on-line gallery reports, “1x is an online photo gallery and social network. What makes 1x different from most other photo sites is that every photo displayed has been hand picked by a professional curator. Only 1/20 photos uploaded are published, which has resulted in a gallery of world class photography. Many of the exceptional photos published on 1x can be bought as premium fine art prints, delivered right to your doorstep.”  A clever ideas all the way around, I’d say.

Sunday morning I have plans to have brunch then go to see Yuebin Gong’s show at the Crocker Art Museum. I can’t wait!
It’s a balmy 60 degrees and the church bells are ringing 7:00pm. Have a great evening!