"Bent to the Task" Exhibit
"Bent to the Task: The Industrial Art of Ray Carrington" comprises 35 intriguing sculptures, all created from repurposed scrap and rail materials - such as hand tools, railroad spikes and track plates - that the local artist collected decades ago from abandoned railroad logging and sawmills in Northern California. Capturing the force and spirit of the faceless millions who built America's industrial past, the collection of spike figures comes from the Carrington Foundation for Public Art. On view through June 30.
Cost: Museum admission: $6-$12; free for children under 6
2200 Front St.
Sacramento, CA 95818