Temporary ending

Gregory Kondos and Stephen Kaltenbach among others show at Sacramento Temporary Contemporary’s last exhibition

“Reflective Thomas 1” by Lawrence Argent, ceramic.

“Reflective Thomas 1” by Lawrence Argent, ceramic.

Where: Sacramento Temporary Contemporary, 1616 Del Paso Boulevard; (916) 921-1224; www.tempartgallery.com.
Second Saturday reception: November 8, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Hours: Thursday through Saturday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 3 p.m.; or by appointment. Through November 23.

Of the three words in the name of the Sacramento Temporary Contemporary gallery, the middle is now coming to fruition. With respect to Monty Python, the art space will meet its end at the end of this month, pushing up the daisies, expiring, kicking the bucket, going to the big art gallery in the sky.

And it will be missed, as it has showcased a variety of contemporary art over its five years of existence that was often intriguing and, sometimes, just plain cool.

For this last hurrah, the creative output of Mark Bowles, Marian Flanders, Anthony Maki Gill, William Ishmael and Gregory Kondos adorns the space, in addition to a special public-art exhibit called Art For Everyone, which features works from Lawrence Argent, Stephen Kaltenbach and Gerald Walburg.