When Washington, D.C.-based artist Erick Jackson isn’t fronting the Apes, a band known for “a raw and primal bombast of hard-rock mysticism,” he creates paintings that combine “childhood memory with an imagined, other world.” Jarringly surreal, Jackson’s paintings range from psychedelic mashups to landscapes thrown off-kilter by conceptual signage and unexpected visitors. Free, 7-11pm, Sala Diaz, 517 Stieren, (210) 852-4492, saladiazart.org, contemporaryartmonth.com.
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