The ripples in Ken Waterstreet’s paintings are chilling yet electrifying. The cold temperature of the water and kinetic energy of the constant current are nearly palpable. Every dizzying stacked reflection on the water’s surface is depicted, turning the canvas into a tableau of liquid silver. This photo-realist painter has long been an influential member of the Sacramento art community, both as an exhibiting artist and a (now-retired) art teacher at Mira Loma High School. And with his aquatic-avenue surname, his penchant for painting streams seems wholly appropriate.