* Augen Gallery
817 SW 2nd, 224-8182

Corvallis artist Sidney Rowe describes her work in the exhibit Moving as a record of her visual "Tourett's Syndrome." Mark Tobey presents a series of prints characterized by a weblike composition, highlighted by what has been termed "white writing." Thomas Wood displays recent prints which are largely inspired

by the Northwest landscape. Opens Dec 6

Butters Gallery
520 NW Davis, 248-9378

Jiro Yonezawa's third solo exhibit at Butters illuminates the artist's continued exploration of the blend between traditional weaving craft and contemporary sculptural concerns. Opens Dec 6

* Charm Bracelet
425 SE 3rd

Meeting People is the collaborative effort led by the folks at Charm Bracelet. Approximately 500 area artists have combined their efforts to produce a grid-based mural full of surprises. Opens Dec 6

* Eagerwally Gallery

630 SE 3rd, 335-3821

A trio of former PNCA students fill the gallery space with a diverse selection of work. Ed King presents electric models and paintings. Tim Dalbow offers up landscapes inspired by the family farm and his mother's home town. Randell Sims displays figurative paintings that "represent subconscious discoveries developed from his experience of painting." Opens Dec 7

* Elizabeth Leach Gallery
207 SW Pine St, 224-0521

Whimsey, a group exhibit featuring a mix of regional and national artists, including M.K. Guth, Horatio Hung-Yan Law, Dennis Oppenheim, and Al Souza. Opens Dec 6

* Fleck Gallery
625 NW Everett # 102, 223-2066

George Perrou presents recent paintings, which appear to conjure up the ghost of artist Joan Mirö. Opens Dec 6

Froelick Gallery
817 SW 2nd, 222-1142

Smaller Than Life, a selection of oil paintings by Brian Kershisnik that offer poetic narratives describing the human condition. Opens Dec 6

Jules Gallery
1110 NW Flanders St, Suite 100, 775-1923

The gallery presents its final showcase, featuring a cast of artists from their stable. Participants include John Roos, Eva Hesse, Don Frank, and Molly Barnes. Opens Dec 6

* Laura Russo Gallery
805 NW 21st Ave, 226-2754

Abstract paintings and drawings by veteran artist Lucinda Parker, inspired by natural forms and musical and literary references. Gina Wilson displays abstract paintings that contain "hints of familiar imagery and a bit of whimsy." Opens Dec 6

* Pacific Northwest College of Art
1241 NW Johnson, 226-4391

The Manuel Izquierdo Gallery presents Golem, a series of sculptures and drawings by Daniel Duford, inspired by the Pulitzer Prize winning novelThe Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, by Michael Chabon. Duford will give a gallery talk on Dec 12, at 11:15 am. Also, at the Philip Feldman Gallery, Chuck Ramirez displays new work. Opens Dec 6

604 NW 12th Ave, 222-0063

Nancy Lorenz presents Mother of Pearl Paintings, an exhibit which combines decorative imagery and fine-tuned, slick surfaces. Opens Dec 5

* Portland International Airport

Restricted Area
, a temporary, mural installation by Linda Hutchins, will be created on site (Dec 10-14) in the north lobby of the airport between the D and E concourses. The final product will be on view until April 6.

Pulliam Deffenbaugh Gallery
522 NW 12th, 228-6665

Gift of Art, a group exhibit which includes work by Tom Cramer and Anna Fidler. The Broadway gallery features Field Guide to Paradise, new paintings and works on paper by Kay French. Opens Dec 6

* Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Located just south of the Hawthorne Bridge is 28 Days of Gray, a new, outdoor installation by artclub artists Laura Domela, Ellen Goldschmidt, Allen Kinast, and Karen Lynn. The waterfront project offers a 28-word lexicon of gray, which charts the varying hues of Porland's winter skies.