No, it isn’t just because the local art gallery b. sakata garo is conveniently located; it’s mere stumbling distance from the SN&R, which makes it a convenient lunchtime art fix. I’m recommending this show because it features the work of local mixed-media wizard S.R. Jones, along with abstract landscape artist Thomas Frank. Jones constructs pieces that combine found objects with Polaroid photographs altered with abrasives, paintbrushes and pens, while Frank paints stark dreamscapes. The show runs through Feb. 2; there’s a reception this Saturday, Jan. 13, from 6-9 p.m. at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St.