From infancy to young adulthood, our brain is developing to understand the material world around us. As social creatures, a large part of this development is dependent on our relationships (nature vs. nurture, to put it simply). Arguably, some of the most valued relationships we will develop are with those most influential to us. If you don’t agree, why not ask David Wetzl’s art students. For two decades, Wetzl has been momentously impacting his students at Sacramento State and Sierra College. But after recently being diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, a degenerative disease affecting the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain, Wetzl has decided to retire and dedicate his time to his personal works. Until March 1, JAYJAY Gallery (5520 Elvas Ave.) will be exhibiting Wetzl’s recent and classic works. Come see his beautiful response to this obstacle in life (for free), from Wednesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For questions or specifications on exhibit show times, call JAYJAY Gallery at (916) 453-2999.