Cynthia Lahti
New Found Land presents a handful of slight porcelain sculptures, sketches in pastel and crayon, and, most impressively, a series of doubled ink drawings that call to mind the symmetrical blots of a Rorschach test. While narrative focus has been one of Lahti's strengths in the past, New Found Land falters in its lack of conceptual coherence. PDX, 925 NW Flanders St., 222-0063, through Dec 31

Fifth Anniversary Group Show
Head to Le Happy not only to grub on some sublime crepes (mmmm... Nutella), but to celebrate their fifth anniversary with this exhibition of very good artists, including Natascha Snellman, Ty Ennis, Bruce Conkle, Corrina Rep, Le Happy owner John Brodie, and more! Le Happy, 1011 NW 16th, 249-0808, through Jan 31

All the Art That Fits
One of our favorite shows returns—All the Art That Fits features artwork by 38 City and County employees, and is usually a ton o' fun. Portland Building Lobby, 1120 SW 5th, through Jan 6

Photographer Marne Lucas is back with another show: Amusement is a series of color prints from her worldly travels, but in the Homestar back room, she delivers what you know you really want—a suite of her latest pinup girl pics. Homestar, 4747 SE Hawthorne, through Jan 31

Hold Me, Please
Casey Watson and Isaac Lin blow up this new gallery with a two-person show of work on paper that demonstrate an aesthetic kinship and like-mindedness. Renowned, 811 E Burnside #111, 714-642-8009, through Jan 13

Lewis and Clark, Quantifying Nature
Photographer Mark Hooper has a quirky and frequently beautiful take on Lewis and Clark: In a series of black and white prints, the explorers are shown attempting to quantify and catalog the West. These absurdist views (influenced by photographer Robert Parke Harrison) find Lewis & Clark measuring dead squirrels, labeling every rock in sight, and wrapping measuring tapes around enormous boulders. Pushdot Studio, 833 NW 14th, 224-5925, through Jan 27

Against Nature
If you've never checked out Pat Boas' beautiful and creepy drawings before, do yourself a favor and check out the PDX Window Project this month. Intricately drafted mobius strips and interlocking circles of tiger's tail, octopus tentacles, and snake skins loop together and intertwine in magical, quasi-scientific renderings that will take your breath away. PDX Window Project, 405 NW 9th, through Dec 31

Making Movies
Portland photographer Frank DiMarco has a pretty sweet gig—taking still photos of films made here in Oregon. (Yeah, it would be a whole lot cooler if they made better movies here, but still.) It's a rad job, though, so check out a couple dozen of his between-scene shots from Loser's Lounge, The Dust Factory, and What the Bleep Do We Know. Night Light Lounge, 2100 SE Clinton, through Jan 1

Tomiko Jones
University of Arizona grad student Tomiko Jones brings a feminist critique to the classical landscape stylings of Edward Weston and Ansel Adams by crafting technically precise landscape photos, then doing wacky, girly things like urinating in the foreground of the images. Newspace, 1632 SE 10th, 963-1935, through Dec 31