With each passing hour, Callahan's creepy, cartoony, erotic nudes occupy an even larger place in my heart. Especially the one lady whose tongue is stretched delicately across her nipple. Why is she licking it? What is her motivation? Sadly, your last day to ponder such questions is Oct 25, from noon to five. Lovelake, 1720 NW Lovejoy #107, 503 939 2255, Through Oct 25

D.E. May, Marie Watt
May's Alloys and the Roll of Water explores wood, cardboard, glass scultpure, and glass, wood, plexiglas collage. Watt does large alabaster bookends. PDX, 604 NW 12th Ave, 222-0063, Through Nov 16

Day of the Dead Collections
Handmade objects and retablos dioramas show the culture surrounding Dia de los Muertos. Onda Gallery, 2215 NE Alberta St, 493-1909, Through Oct

Wall Splotch Series
Troy Klebey takes close-up photos of how buildings get fucked up by rust and nature, not to mention neglectful painters. Comes off like abstract paintings. World Cup, 721 NW 10th, Through Oct

Molly & David Kohnstamm
Photographs & Painted Windows: mom & son do landscape photos and paintings on antique windows. Gottlieb Gallery, 55 SW Taylor, 241-1070, Through Oct