Alysia Duckler Gallery
1236 NW Hoyt St, 223-7595

Recent work from Elizabeth Sandvig and Jeana Edelman. Through July 30

Augen Gallery
817 SW Second Ave, 224-8182

Specimen Boxes by Tom Thayer are constructed realities utilizing mixed media. Katherine Eaton Skinner presents recent oil and encaustic paintings. Through July 29.

Butters Gallery

520 NW Davis St, 248-9378

An installation of sculpture by Ming Fay and recent paintings from Terry Thompson. Through July 29.

Contemporary Crafts Gallery
3934 SW Corbett Ave, 223-2654

25 Northwest masters present an exhibition of fine woodworking. Through July 23.

Elizabeth Leach Gallery

207 SW Pine St, 224-0521

* Pipo & Co
Photographer Pipo presents Another Expedition, a grouping of recent cyanotypes. Coinciding with Pipo's work is Abstraction: Form to Field, a multimedia group show that employs a varying use of abstraction through painting, prints, ceramic wall reliefs, glass sculpture, and video. Through July 29.

Froelick Adelhart

817 SW Second Ave, 222-1142

* Willamette Sites, oils from Robert Gamblin, and Now See This: The Reintroduction of Tyson Grumm, showcasing, of course, Tyson Grumm. Through July 29.

Gallery 33

1400 NW Everett St, 219-9900

Free form glass vessels from Bill Kasper and new works in acrylic and sepia-ink washes by Lawrence D. Colburn. Through July 31.

Gallery Daycare

4031 SE Milwaukie Ave, 239-6065

* It is all about you...
Patrick Rock unveils conceptual installation work in four connecting, warehouse rooms. Through July 14.

Groundswell Gallery
1800 NE Alberta, 331-1420

Icon Love
Kathryn Axelrod's first solo show, A: Images of Society B: The Virgin Mary, promotes the sacred icon in work that refers to societal issues. Through July 25.

Guardino Gallery

2939 NE Alberta, 281-9048

Tim Chilina and Cathy Fields present work. Through July 25.


625 NW Everett St #108, 228-1683

Family Fun
Evan Ellsworth Jourden presents drawings and paintings which explore the family dynamic. Through July 29.

Laura Russo Gallery
805 NW 21 Ave, 226-2754

New landscapes by Cie Goulet and recent work from Geraldine Ondrizek. Through July 29.

Margo Jacobsen
1039 NW Glisan St, 224-7287

Goblets in glass by Mary Fox and recent paintings from Sharon Bronzan. Through July 29.

Mark Woolley Gallery
120 NW Ninth Ave, Suite 210, 224-5475

Pause and Pulse, paintings by Lance Morrison and Tom Hardy's sculptures, drawings, and prints. Through July 29.

Matrix and Our Dream Galleries

2209 NE Alberta St, 288-3024

Forget the Canvas
Paintings on photographic paper from Oakland artist Salongo Lee. Through July 25.

Metropolitan Art Studio

2808 NE MLK #13, 422-9052

* Scape, an installation of forms by Abigail Pierce. Through July 14.


Olive Green Studios
1603 NE Alberta St

From Darkroom to Gallery Walls
Fresh display of emerging, contemporary photography. Through July 25.

Onda Gallery

2215 NE Alberta St, 493-1909

Three Different Creatures
Onda hosts a variety of work: Metal sculpture from Jay Moody, wood sculpture, and mixed media from William Perez, and oil and acrylics from Karn Piana. Through July 25.

604 NW 12 Ave, 222-0063

The gallery introduces Joe Macca, a recent MFA graduate from PSU (see review). Also showing is work on paper by Jesse Amado. Through July 30.

Photographic Image

240 SW First Ave, 224-3543

Rockin' Photographs
Photographs of Janis Joplin taken by her road manager John B. Cooke. Tracy Anne Hart's images of Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Women in Music, a group of images by Janice Dunn. Through July 31.

Portland Art Museum

1219 SW Park Ave, 226-2811

* Let's Entertain
Let's Entertain is an international extravaganza showcasing a wide range of artists. Sculpture, painting, video, installation, sound, the Internet, fashion, AND interactive games! The show explores the complex relationship between pleasure, spectacle, popular culture, and contemporary art. Opens July 7.

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.