Cats – sort of – at Sacramento International Airport

Here’s a sample of the art on exhibit at Sacramento International Airport through mid-April as part of the In the Studio: Public Artists in Their Private Spaces exhibition.

Gerald Heffernon art work

The exhibition, which fills 10 display cases in Terminal B, features sculpture, oil painting and other studio artwork of some well-known public artists from the Sacramento area, including Suzanne Adan, Gerald Heffernon, Kurt Steger, Willem de Groot, Jack Nielsen, Michael Stevens and Richard Feese.

The pieces in Gerald Heffernon’s Cat Book Cats Case (above) are whimsical and sort of scary and include Neckless Guinea, Sabertoothed Tabby, Cabbit, and Caterpunk

Heffernon also made the bronze “Rabbits Reading” sculpture in Sacramento’s Shasta Park. Two rabbits read, one from a book, the other from a laptop computer.

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