Dutch Falconi has a whole lot going on in his head, and he funnels it out into the two- and three-dimensional works now on display at the Brick House Gallery, located at 2837 36th Street. Valse Mysterioso runs until April 3 and offers a look into Falconi’s head. It’s a mixture of traditional and surreal styles with a dash of sci-fi tossed in for good measure. His most intriguing pieces in oil, like “Castle,” offer elements reminiscent of Salvador Dali: indefinable shapes that could be geographic formations on another planet or in your own surreal dreams, all plunked against a solid background of orange and green. Then, in a totally different, figurative genre, Falconi works in encaustic (a centuries-old, wax-based medium), taking full advantage of its limitless textural capacity. Falconi offers sculptures, too. Cast in lightweight polyurethane, these are three-dimensional portraits of the next Star Wars intergalactic residents. For more information, call (916) 457-2502.