At W Gallery & Studios, at 2015 J Street, a family affair steals the show until the end of August. Here, art by the Watts sisters, Geanina and Lora, reigns. True, Gayle Rappaport-Weiland’s intriguing textural abstracts, like “Roots of Wisdom,” an acrylic and rice-paper collage, contrast well with “The Kiss,” Thien Dao’s smooth, Henry Moore-like clay sculpture. But blood’s thicker than mud, and when you check out Geanina’s photography and then Lora’s acrylic paintings, you get the connection before looking at the labels. Both are into color—deep, rich tones—and their individual approaches to abstraction, in spite of different mediums, obviously are related. Geanina’s photo “Sapon River” looks three-dimensional, like a refraction of light underwater, with red slicing through green. Lora’s “Meeting,” a crimson explosion with a horizon line, is a canvas you get lost in—until someone nudges you or otherwise breaks the spell. For more information, call (916) 847-0272.