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Exhibition of Sacramento's Public Art

An exhibition at the Temp Gallery located at 1616 Del Paso Blvd, salutes the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission’s Public Art Program and recognizes three artists who have created iconic public artworks in the County.

The exhibition runs from November 6 – 23, 2014. The exhibition is titled, “Art for Everyone: a tribute to Sacramento’s collection of public art” and features work by Lawrence Argent, Stephen Kaltenbach, and Gerald Walburg. In conjunction with the exhibition opening and lecture at the Crocker Art Museum, a new line of merchandize featuring Leap including t-shirts, baseball hats, notecards, and a journal will be available for purchase.


Capitol Box Art Project

CADA art boxTwenty-eight utility boxes located primarily in the Capitol Area Development Authority’s (CADA) district between 7th and 17th Streets and L and S Streets in downtown Sacramento have been covered with art. These “utility box wraps” were designed by 20 Sacramento area artists for the Capitol Box Art Project, a public art project conceived and directed by Todd Leon, CADA R Street Development Manager in collaboration with the Arts Commission.   CADA intends on maintaining the boxes for a minimum of 3 years. 

“This idea isn’t new it’s just new to Sacramento.  Hopefully this project helps to inspire more public art in Sacramento and help the city in building its own image and identity,” said Todd Leon.

Participating artists include mixed media artists: Laura Caron, Nathan Cordero, Julia Couzens, Gioia Fonda, William Ishmael, Melissa Uroff, Bryan Valenzuela, Roma Devanbu, and Kerri Warner.  Painters: Mark Emerson, Sandy Hernandez, Brenda Louie, Jim Piskoti, Arturo Romero, and Susan Silvester.  Photographers:  Janine Mapurunga and Donald Satterlee.  Illustrators: Dante Declarador, Erik Hosino, and Sam Sellers.

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Click here for more information on the Del Paso Words on Walls project.



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