If an art exhibit's gonna have a theme, it could do a lot worse than the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. In The Second Coming at Pale Horse Gallery — where the name has changed (from Blackout Creations) but the commitment to cutting-edge artwork hasn't — more than 30 local, national and international artists, including Bask, Carrie Anne Baade, Brandon Dunlap, Allen Hampton, Heather Gabel, Horsebites, Chris Musina, Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Red Labor, SmileMaker, Steak Mountain and Anthony Zollo pay homage to the end of the world. These artists might lean on Dürer's famous apocalyptic woodcut for inspiration, but their methods are decidedly contemporary: Look for silk-screened works, digital illustrations and photo-based pieces, as well as paintings. An opening reception is held from 8 to 11 p.m. Sat., March 15. The works are on display through March 29, noon-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat., Pale Horse Graphic Design Studio & Gallery, 19 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. St. S., St. Petersburg, 727-823-6202, palehorsedesign.com.