625 NW Everett St, 525 2376
Curator Floyd Watkins showcases pop sensibilities in a group show complete with punchy colors and cultural iconography. Through June 30
206 SW 1st Ave, 228-7830.
There's Something in the Attic
Watercolors from Arne Westerman and clay sculptures by Sandy Visse. Through July 1
Atwood Primitive/ Lawrence Photographic
205 SW Pine St, 226-6334.
A bevy of prints from Texan photographer Jim Lincoln. Through June 30
817 SW 2nd Ave, 224-8182.
Ajay Garg presents a group of miniature paintings that represent stories from the traditional Mughal Court texts and the Krishna myths. Through July 1
* Basil Hallward Gallery at Powell's City of Books
1005 W Burnside St, 228-4651.
Art Within the City of Books
John Holdeman blends the representational with the abstract in a series of paintings that derive, in part, from his Midwestern childhood. Through July 1
Blue Sky Photography Gallery
1231 NW Hoyt St, 225-0210.
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. Through July 1
1325 NE Fremont St, 280-8845.
Traditional Wood Carvers
Exhibition featuring Alaskan carvers Donald Gregory, Kevin Chilton, and New Mexican carver David Naber Lucero. Through July 1
520 NW Davis St, 248-9378.
New Work From an Old Friend
A Butters mainstay: David Geiser continues his painted exploration of the physical and organic. On a personal note, Jeff Butters' dog escapes his yard almost nightly. Through July 1
Chetwynd Stapylton Gallery
615 SW Broadway, 223-4226.
Can You Say Giclee?
Chetwynd presents a debut of new watercolors and limited edition giclee prints by Bill Papas. Through July 1
Contemporary Crafts Gallery
3934 SW Corbett Ave, 223-2654.
An Ancient Presence in Portland
Ceramic artist Mardi Wood provides a view of functional porcelain works inspired by her residence in Vulci, Italy, an ancient Etruscan site. Gallery talk and reception 6-9 pm June 8. Through June 30
* Elizabeth Leach Gallery
207 SW Pine St, 224-0521.
Abstraction: Form to Field
Multimedia group show that promises a varying use of abstraction through painting, prints, ceramic wall reliefs, glass sculpture, and video. Through July 29
205 SW First Ave, 222-3850.
Steel sculpture from Mike Orias. Through July 1
* Froelick Adelhart
817 SW Second Ave, 222-1142.
Intervals, Frames, and Accelerations
A snow globe extravaganza! 26 artists present unique variations on the interactive form. Through July 1
Gallery 1141100 NW Glisan, 243-3356.
Doyle Goes Solo
In her first solo show, Paintings on Paper, Stephanie Doyle presents recent work. Through July 1
1400 NW Everett St, 219-9900.
A Wondrous Display of Watercolors.
Gallery 33 presents a retrospective of Richard Durden's watercolors and new works by Gene Gill, also in watercolor. Through July 1
625 NW Everett St #108, 228-1683.
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. by appointment. Through June 12
L & B Viewing Room
L & B Viewing Room1714 NW Overton, Second Floor, 241-4144.
In a departure from her work in fiber arts, Linda Hutchins new work is an exploration of the sculptural and metaphorical power of bread. Through June 30
And So It Would Be Beautiful
Portraits by Anna Kennedy are on display in the Front Room gallery. Through June 30
Laura Russo Gallery
805 NW 21st Ave, 226-2754.
J.D. Perkin & Co.
A summer group show of gallery artists headlined by sculptor J.D. Perkins. Through July 1
1039 NW Glisan St, 224-7287.
Painter Allen Cox and sculptor Lee Imonen, two masters graduates from U of O, present recent work. Through July 1
Mark Woolley gallery
120 NW Ninth Ave, Suite 210
New Yorkers Invade Portlandia
Tyler Hays presents a group of recent paintings titled Flipper Keychain & Other Works, Cara Tomlinson offers up recent mixed media paintings.
Through July 1
Matrix/Our Dreams Galleries
2209 NE Alberta St, 281-9048.
New and Old Mexico
Watercolors from Mexican artist Javier Zermeno and oils on carved panels from New Mexican artist James Leigh Hayes. Through June 27
* Nil Contemporary Art
328 NW Broadway #114, 221-3182.
Photographer and film industry guru Vance Malone explores the architecture of European transit through photography, accentuating bold color and careful composition. Through June 31
Olive Green Studios
1603 NE Alberta St
Road Show II
This Road Show includes color photography from Yael Routtenberg. Through June 27
Oregon College of Art and Craft, Hoffman Gallery
8245 SW Barnes Rd, 297-5544.
The last hooray for students preparing for departure from OCAC. Through June 25
604 NW 12 Ave, 222-0063.
New pastel drawings from Barbara Stafford, inspired by her recent travels to Turkey. Through June 11
240 SW 1st Ave, 224-3543.
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." Through June 30
2936 NE Alberta St, 528-9691.
A Trio of Artists
Julian Fenton Young presents his unique, art-jewelry next to the paintings and suspended forms of sculptors Angelino Marino and Joel Heidel. Through June 27
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
921 SW Oak St, 274-1449.
Hot-heads & Burn-outs
A fascinating display of miniature portraits on light bulbs by John Frentress. Through July 1
Robert Canaga Gallery
526 NW 13 Ave, 552-9160.
Big and Little
Works in oil by A.J. Boots and monotypes from Kristin Deluga. Through June 30
* 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