If you are in need of artistic release, look no further than the OPEN Interactive hands-on abstract art exhibit, one of more than 100 artist exhibitions featured at the 6th Annual Capitol Artists’ Studio Tour, held by the Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento. The participatory exhibit, designed by Northern California abstract artist Lisa Fernald Barker, will be stationed at the Art Foundry Building at 1021 R Street. Fernald Barker and art mentors from University Art will help participants paint their own abstract expressionist pieces, free of charge. Fernald Baker’s work will be on display, and participants will be entered in a drawing to win one of her paintings and art supplies. University Art is sponsoring the exhibit–they are providing the paint, easels and canvases. All you have to do is show up to get your paint on. The exhibit is open between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The finished products of OPEN Interactive will be displayed in the windows of University Art after the tour. For more on Fernald Barker, check out her site at Lisafernaldbarker.com. More information on the Center for Conemporary Art, Sacramento and Capitol Artists’ Studio tour can be found at Ccasac.org