Metal’s the happening medium at the Pamela Skinner Gallery’s new home, a few blocks from its former digs, at 808 R Street. It’s all on street level, with high ceilings and more windows and light in the new space, all the better to examine Metal+, a group show. Linda Raynsford’s mixed-media shoes are cobbled from found objects. With heels sculpted from vintage kitchen utensils like eggbeaters, you can bet they’ll catch the eye of every female that walks through the gallery’s door. William Wareham’s “Orange Around” belies its weight. The orange washed-metal cutouts seem airily to swirl in their attraction to a blue nucleus. The houses in Graham Fracha’s mixed-media “Dwelling #7” could be built of playing cards, with all the markings whitewashed out. But the little sheets of shiny metal hammered together in their own little corner offer a whole new set of possibilities. For more information, call (916) 446-1786.