Artique Fine Art Gallery
MANIFESTATION OF ART THROUGH MUSIC
A performance art piece from James Childs.
301 SW Pine St., 295-6331. Through June 15.
Blue Sky Photography Gallery
Photographers Catherine Chalmers & Fabio Sgroi
Catherine Chalmers presents large-scale color images of animals eating animals. Fabio Sgroi's black & white photographs explore the Easter rituals of Sicilian towns.
1231 NW Hoyt St., 225-0210. Through July 1.
Chetwynd Stapylton Gallery
Can you say giclee?
Chetwynd presents a debut of new watercolors and limited edition giclee prints by Bill Papas.
615 SW Broadway, 223-4226. Through July 1.
Contemporary Crafts Gallery
An Ancient Presence in Portland
Ceramic artist Mardi Wood provides a view of functional porcelain works inspired by her residence in Vulci, Italy.
3934 SW Corbett Ave., 223-2654.
Doyle goes solo
In her first solo show at the gallery, Stephanie Doyle presents Paintings on Paper.
1100 NW Glisan, 243-3356.
A WONDROUS DISPLAY OF WATERCOLORS.
33 presents a retrospective of Richard Durden's watercolors and new works by Gene Gill, also in watercolor. 1400 NW Everett St., 219-9900. Through July 1.
AN URBAN BINNACLE
Paintings of Portland by Steve Nemirow and metal sculptures by Aren Lawler resonate Urban images and landscape. 2939 NE Alberta St., 281-9048. Through June 27.
Collaborators Melinda Chris Matson and Mark Allen Rogers present the final stage of their three-part project which began with a blank slate on April 6th. June 1, 6-9 pm; June 3, 1-4 pm; and by appt. through June 12. 625 NW Everett St. #108, 228-1683.
Imports from Guadalajara
Seven women artists from Guadalajara unveil mixed-media, oil, acrylic, and sculptural works. 2209 NE Alberta St., 281-9048. Through June 27.
OLIVE GREEN STUDIOS
Road Show II
This Road Show includes color photography from Yael Routtenberg. 1603 NE Alberta St. Through June 27.
Power and Fantasy from the Middle of The World
Group exhibition of contemporary Ecuadorian art, including a mime performance from Omar Vargas. 2215 NE Alberta St., 493-1909. Through June 27.
COLLEGE OF ART
In Lani Schreibstein's book of photography, Glue, she examines the overlooked geometry of the day-to-day, and reminds us of its role in our lives. 1241 NW Johnson, 226-4391. Tues-Sat, 11-6 pm. Through June 17.
Ansel, is that you?
Jeanne Adams, daughter-in-law to the famed Ansel Adams, states that "(Photographer) Christopher Burkett is doing for color what Ansel did for black-and-white." 240 SW 1st Ave., 224-3543.
A trio of artists
Julian Fenton Young presents unique art jewelry next to the paintings and suspended forms of Angelino Marino and Joel Heidel. 2936 NE Alberta St., 528-9691. Through June 27.
SHAFFER FINE ART GALLERY
Let There Be Light
Oil painter Walfido presents sunlit and moonlit scenes from the Oregon coast and Hawaiian Islands. 308 SW 1st Ave., 295-4979. Through June 30.
Two painters, two visions
Landscapes about My Father's Death is Carolyn Wilhelm's celebration of the bond with her father through landscape and figurative works. Allen Schmertzler also explores the human condition via humor and sensitivity in his figurative paintings. Standard Dairy Complex #5, 2808 NE Martin Luther King Blvd., 284-8800. Through July 2nd.
L&B Viewing Room
In a departure from her work in fiber arts, Linda Hutchins' new work is an exploration of the sculptural and metaphorical power of bread. Tues-Fri, 1-6 pm; Sat, 10-4 pm; or by appointment.
And So It Would Be Beautiful
Portraits by Anna Kennedy in the Front Room gallery.
Embryos and Vietnam
Photographer Dianne Kornberg investigates animal embryos in a series of silver-gelatin prints entitled Inchoations. Magnum photographer Marc Riboud offers a photo-journalistic spattering including a peek at Vietnam.
403 NW 11th Ave., 241-9112