Dear campers at Occupy Seattle: When it gets really cold, when you get really tired, take the three-block walk over to see this little art show. It features three painters: Byron Randall (1918–1999), Joe Reno (who has lived in the same Sunset Hill house since 1950), and Ree Brown (a folk artist in the truest sense of the word). They make prints for communist manifestos, tiny paintings of cats, and many other scenes—they’re homegrown eccentrics, commies, and utopics with loving hearts and raging hands. Reno once said, “When I paint, I’m writing a letter to every human being telling them to be happy and not be evil.” (Vermillion, 1508 11th Ave, 709-9797, 4 pm–midnight, free)