Alysia Duckler Gallery

1236 NW Hoyt St, 223-7595

Recent work from Elizabeth Sandvig and Jeana Edelman. Opens July 6

Atwood Primitive/Lawrence Photographic

205 SW Pine St, 226-6334

Art That Sells
New paintings by Davis Venezky. Opens July 6

Augen Gallery

817 SW Second Ave, 224-8182

Specimen Boxes by Tom Thayer are constructed realities utilizing mixed-media. Katherine Eaton Skinner presents recent oil and encaustic paintings. Opens July 6

Basil Hallward Gallery at Powell's City of Books

1005 W Burnside St, 228-4651

Selections from Catherine Chalmers' monograph Food Chain will be on display. Opens July 6


1325 NE Fremont St, 280-8845

New Works
New Mexican wood carving and painted icons from David Naber Lucero and ceramic sculptures by newcomer Jennifer Kenworth. Opens July 6

Broderick Gallery

814 SW First Ave, 224-4020

Charlene Robinson presents color etchings, stone sculptures on display by Robert Faulk, and paintings from Miroslav Lovric and Crawfurd Adamson. Opens July 6

Contemporary Crafts Gallery

3934 SW Corbett Ave, 223-2654

25 Northwest masters present an exhibition of fine woodworking. Through July 23

Elizabeth Leach Gallery

207 SW Pine St, 224-0521

Pipo & Co
Photographer Pipo presents Another Expedition, a grouping of recent cyanotypes. Coinciding with Pipo's work is Abstraction: Form to Field, a multimedia group show that employs a varying use of abstraction through painting, prints, ceramic wall reliefs, glass sculpture, and video. Opens July 6

Froelick Adelhart

817 SW Second Ave, 222-1142

Willamette Sites, oils from Robert Gamblin and Now See This: The Reintroduction of Tyson Grumm, showcasing of course, Tyson Grumm. Opens July 6

Gallery 33

1400 NW Everett St, 219-9900

Free form glass vessels from Bill Kasper and new works in acrylic and sepia-ink washes by Lawrence D. Colburn. Opens July 6

*Gallery Daycare

4031 SE MILWAUKIE AVE, 239-6065

It is all about you
Patrick Rock unveils contemporary, conceptual installation work in four connecting, warehouse rooms. June 30-July 14 by apt.

Go Gallery

328 NW Broadway, 294-1903

Experiments: Artist's Exploration of the Human Mind Part II
In a continuing exhibit, Margarita Kalinina displays a wide array of academic oil paintings. Opens July 6

Groundswell Gallery
1800 NE Alberta, 331-1420

Icon Love
Kathryn Axelrod's first solo show, A: Images of Society B The Virgin Mary promotes the sacred icon in work that refers to societal issues. Through July 25

Guardino Gallery

2939 NE Alberta, 281-9048

Tim Chilina and Cathy Fields. Through July 25

L & B Viewing Room
1714 NW Overton 2 Flr, 241-4144

Step into the Viewing Room
Francie Rawson's first solo show, What The Monkeys Found, is a collection of paintings and drawings that explore the levels of a young woman's persona. Also at the gallery is a two-person exhibit starring Suzy Kitman and Edward CH King. Opens July 6

The Laboratory

2119 N Kerby St, 289-4596

Flea Market Destruct!
Bring tools of destruction (including beer) and join in the final hurrah of the recently closed, notorious Lab. Sun, July 9, Noon-6 pm

Laura Russo Gallery
805 NW 21 Ave, 226-2754

New landscapes by Cie Goulet and recent work from Geraldine Ondrizek. Opens July 6

Margo Jacobsen

1039 NW Glisan St, 224-7287

Goblets in glass by Mary Fox and recent paintings from Sharon Bronzan. Opens July 6

Mark Woolley Gallery
120 NW Ninth Ave, Suite 210, 224-5475

Pause and Pulse, paintings by Lance Morrison and sculptures, drawings, and prints from Tom Hardy. Opens July 6

Martial Art Gallery

18 NW Third Ave, 248-0152

Red 76 Takes the Gallery Hostage
Red 76 uses the Martial Arts Gallery as a launch site for various activities, including a visual arts display, lectures, music, and theater. July 6, 3 pm-2 am

Matrix and Our Dreams
2209 NE Alberta St, 288-3024

Forget the Canvas
Paintings on photographic paper from Oakland artist Salongo Lee. Through July 25

*Metropolitan Art Studio
2808 NE MLK #13, 422-9052

Scape, an installation by Abigail Pierce. Through July 14

Olive Green Studios
1603 NE Alberta St

From Darkroom to Gallery Walls
State of Blue, a fresh display of emerging, contemporary photography. Through July 25

Onda Gallery
2215 NE Alberta St, 493-1909

Three Different Creatures
Metal sculpture from Jay Moody, wood sculpture, and mixed media from William Perez, and oil and acrylics from Karn Piana. Through July 25


604 NW 12 Ave, 222-0063

Joe Macca's Hypostatics are canvases characterized by the unlikely marriage of acrylic paint and dry wall compound. Also showing is work on paper by Jesse Amado. Opens July 6

Photographic Image

240 SW First Ave, 224-3543

Rockin' photographs
Photographs of Janis Joplin taken by her road manager John B. Cooke. Tracy Anne Hart's images of Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Women in Music, a group of images by Janice Dunn. Opens July 6

Plain Jane

2936 NE Alberta St, 528-9691

Its not plain, and there's no Jane
Janelle Dahlsten submits illustrations, paintings, and woodcuts with mixed media. Melissa Porter exhibits glass collage work and Colleen Frederick presents home furnishings and home accent pieces. Through July 25


1219 SW Park Ave, 226-2811

Lets Entertain
Let's Entertain is an international extravaganza showcasing a wide range of artists. Sculpture, painting, video, installation, sound, the Internet, fashion, AND interactive games! Opens July 7


528 NW 12 Ave, 223-2264

PDXs to Quartersaw: Celebrating 16 years
Regretfully, this is the last show at the seminal space. Over 60 gallery artists will take part in a diverse retrospective of the gallery's 16 years of operation. Through July 15

SK Josefsberg

403 NW 11 Ave, 241-9112

Embryos and Vietnam
Photographer Dianne Kornberg investigates animal embryos in a series of silver-gelatin prints entitled Inchoations. Magnum photographer Marc Riboud offers a photojournalistic spattering including a peek at Vietnam. Through July 15