If you’ve ever wandered the streets of San Francisco and seen those brightly colored koi fish stenciled on sidewalks and abandoned buildings, you can thank celebrated street artist Jeremy Novy. The leading voice in the city’s queer street-art movement is also known for his series of stenciled drag-queen portraits, pop-culture-inspired pieces that explode with color and attitude. Pride Month brings Novy’s work to Sonoma, opening this week and benefiting the Russian River Sisters’ Grant Fund. A Collection of Drag Queens and Koi Stencils by Jeremy Novy exhibits through June, with an opening reception Friday, June 6, at the Epicurean Connection, 122 West Napa St., Sonoma. 6pm. 707.935.7960.