Heath Buckmaster
Marketing Director, Archival Gallery
(916) 923-6204 – marketing@archivalgallery.com



Sacramento, May 26, 2022 – Archival Gallery, sponsor of Sacramento Mural Alley, announces three new mural installations at 32ND/33RD Street Alley in East Sacramento.

We are thrilled to add three new pieces of public art to the Alley, joining existing murals by Robert Bowen, Miles Hermann, and Davy Fiveash. These new works are by Sacramento artists Dawn Pedersen, John Stuart Berger, and bay-area artist Carrie Cottini. All murals featured in the Alley are part of a beautification project sponsored by Archival Gallery and the home and business owners who have bordering properties.

Dawn Pedersen presents LOKI FORMULATES A THEORY OF EVERYTHING, a feline-inspired work located on the corner of the Archival Gallery building. John Stuart Berger’s GUTTER TRAP is on the rear wall of Archival Gallery and takes its name from the downspouts on the wall. Carrie Cottini’s CALL ME MAYBE is the first mural located on a private residence in the Alley, elevating the look of a garage door.

All murals are accessible for viewing 365-days a year. Learn more at sacramentomuralalley.com.

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About Sacramento Mural Alley and Archival Gallery

Sacramento Mural Alley is a partnership of Archival Gallery and the home and business owners with properties located in the 32ND/33RD Street Alley in East Sacramento. This beautification project is designed to elevate blank walls and other spaces (doors, fences) with public artwork by local artists.

In Sacramento since 1983, Archival Gallery presents contemporary Northern California Fine Art and Picture Framing Services. Curated by D. Oldham Neath, the gallery exhibit rotates monthly. Archival Gallery is located at 3223 Folsom Boulevard in East Sacramento and is open Tuesdays – Saturdays from 11AM-4PM, also by appointment and for special events. Visit archivalgallery.com for more information.