The Crocker Art Museum’s 2021 annual Art Auction Season is online and in-person, with more than 300 works from the region’s most prominent established and emerging artists open for bidding.
Akira Beard recently became a tattoo artist so he could “go
anywhere, tattoo, make money while I’m there, trying to open up
doors of opportunity with my actual art,” he says.
From its official opening in 1885, the Crocker Art Museum (then
known as the E.B. Crocker Gallery) has had a split
Vicki Gonzalez brings 15 years of news reporting experience and a
multicultural point of view to her new role as host of “Insight,”
CapRadio’s one-hour morning radio program covering the Sacramento
region’s issues and events.
“One of the things that has been so interesting about the pandemic is … seeing the way in which our tenants have risen to the challenge,” Wygant says.
“For 95 years, Grebitus Jewelers has served the greater Sacramento region as a trusted jewelry and gift house, offering not only fine jewelry, watches and specialty gift items, but also providing valuable related services,” says owner Ted Grebitus. “As a true jewelry and gift house, we offer so much under one roof.”
Jupiter Lockett paints in a free and childlike manner, but
his subject matter focuses on the Black experience and is
intended to make the viewer uncomfortable.
Elyse Tolles is a one-woman show — a designer of artful jewelry
and a former flutist.
Sacramento Ballet dancers Anthony Cannarella and Isabella Velasquez started Dance Graffiti in January 2019 to make ballet more accessible to the general public.
June Steckler is optimistic about the Capital Region’s art scene
and her role in it as both artist and curator.