In Sacramento, coffeehouse galleries offer art with strudel Essay

With this month’s usual cool or rainy weather, you might want to
duck into one of Sacramento’s cafe-galleries to sip a hot, freshly
brewed cappuccino while sitting next to a sunny landscape–or a show of
valentine art–a combination sure to stimulate conversation.



The cafes listed all serve a variety of coffees and teas, pastries
and other desserts; some serve entrees as well. But you don’t have
to be a customer to enjoy the gallery display.

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The paintings, photographs, or sculptures by regional artists are
usually changed once a month, with most pieces offered for sale. (On our
last visit, prices started at $50, ranging all the way up to an
occasional $2,000.)



Telephone for business hours and any pending artists’
receptions. All numbers are area code 916.



American River Roasters, 3673 J Street; 455-7462. Collages by S.R.
Jones until February 15, then still lifes and diptychs by Daniel Conant.



Cafe Croissant, Ninth and K streets, Downtown Mall; 442-8888.
Ceramic and papier-mache works by Mimi Fogg Wilson.



deVille’s Desserts, 2416 16th Street; 443-0656.
Do-it-yourself valentine graffiti.



Earhart’s Cafe, 1905 16th Street; 442-2481. Valentine art
show by 23 artists.



Formerly Fiasco, 1802 L Street; 442-9463. Recent works in
watercolor by Anthony Montanino.



Metro Bar & Grill, 1225 K Street; 447-3837. Photographic
images with watercolor application, by Jeff Shell.



Paragary’s Bar and Oven, 1401 28th Street; 457-5737. Penny
Harding’s photographs of Venice, Italy.



Weatherstone Coffee & Tea Co., 812 21st Street; 448-5552. Call
for details.

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