* 10 Years: One Foot After Another
For their 10th birthday, Mark Woolley has invited nearly four million artists to participate in a group show described as "an ever changing grid of square gems." We never imagined that another show would come along this year with more artists than the Modern Zoo, much less tucked away in the Pearl District. Mark Woolley Gallery, 120 NW 9th Suite 210, 224-5475, Through January 31

Bigfoot and The London Police
We're beginning to suspect that Bigfoot and The London Police might not be the artist's given names, but it makes no difference as Gallery Bink will be hosting their oddly charming fusions of graffiti, graphic design, and fine art all month. Gallery Bink, 1416 E. Burnside, 233-8866, Through December

* Blindsided
Innocuously disguised as storybook illustrations from the 1950s, the paintings of Lyn Nance-Sasser are intelligent and well-crafted scenes of impending doom. While innocent tykes take wheelbarrow rides with puppies and play with toy rockets, alligators, tornadoes, and dynamite lurk around every corner. Very fun stuff. Basil Hallward Gallery at Powell's City of Books, 1005 W Burnside St, 228-4651

* Helen Frankenthaler: The Woodcuts
Helen Frankenthaler, in addition to being one of the hottest women in art history, was also one of the most undervalued painters on the American scene. This exhibition is the first exhibition ever to focus exclusively on her woodblock prints, which span 30 years and include over 70 works. Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park Ave, 226-2811, Dec. 13 - Feb. 15

* Shift
An eclectic group photography show featuring works by Harrell Fletcher, Jeremy Borsos, Timothy Buckwalter, George Korejko, Coco Kuhn, Wiebke Loeper, and the Mercury's own Chas Bowie. Elizabeth Leach Gallery, 207 SW Pine St, 224-0521, Through Jan 3

* To Be or Wannabe: 25 Portraits by Monte Hellman
Check out Portland's new DVD-only store, specializing in arthouse flicks and imports, and while you're in there, check out the photography exhibit by Monte Hellman. Hellman is a cult film director responsible for classic works like Silent Night, Deadly Night 3 and 1964's Back Door to Hell, with an extremely young Jack Nicholson. Hellman's photos include portraits of Nicholson, Barbara Bain, and Martin Landau. Watch This!, 916 W. Burnside, 223-1791, Showing indefinitely

* Wet Mount
Wet Mount is no longer fun sex play, it's also a new show of paintings by Megan Walsh. Walsh's bright and vibrant watercolors and gouaches from her recent show at Seaplane were attractive splashy abstractions. For her new show, there promises to be some great play with scale, including a large installation. Field, 328 NW Broadway #114, 810-4788, Through Jan 4