* Alysia Duckler Gallery
1236 NW Hoyt St, 223-7595

Land and Sea is a series of misty, romantic landscapes by Mary Beth Thielhelm and Meditations is a series of graphic paintings on paper by David Bennett. Through Sept 29

* Basil Hallward Gallery at Powell's City of Books
1005 W Burnside St, 228-4651

600 Smash Hits features the graphic design masterpieces of Mike King. The show includes 600 concert posters which advertise the likes of Sonic Youth, Elliot Smith, and much, much more. Through Sept 29

Belmont Art Walk
Art is alive and well in the heart of the Belmont district. At Realm 8 (3312 SE Belmont) graffiti artist Rick Leonetti presents ink and acrylic work. Opens Sept 14. Seaplane (3356 SE Belmont) presents paintings by Trish Grantham. Through Sept 28. Shane Deleon Sauers displays mixed media work at Stumptown Coffee Roasters (3356 SE Belmont) described as "surreal, graffiti, expressionistic, and fun." Through Sept 30. The Cricket Cafe (3159 SE Belmont) introduces various works by Tim Gromley.

* Blue Sky Photography Gallery
1231 NW Hoyt St, 225-0210

Photographer Max Kellenberger uses his camera to explore the everyday, while Dennis Witmer focuses on the Alaskan landscape in From the Banks of the Tanana River. Through Sept 29

Butters Gallery
520 NW Davis St, 248-9378

New gallery artist Stan Berning presents new abstract paintings and related prints. Also on view is Artist Edit, a group show of self-selected works by Oregon artists. Through Sept 29

Elizabeth Leach Gallery
207 SW Pine St, 224-0521

twenty/twenty is a group exhibit that celebrates the gallery's 20th anniversary. Also on view is Serenity Now!, lush landscapes by Jeffrey Beauchamp and paying attention, new watercolors by Alex Hirsch. Through Sept 29

* First Avenue Gallery
205 SW First Ave, 222-3850

J.E. Tosoni's lush landscapes and still lifes harkon back to another era of art making. Nick Carulli presents a recent series of photographs. Through Sept 29

Froelick Gallery
817 SW 2nd Ave, 222-1142

Heads or Tales, drawings, paintings, prints, and works in glass by Tom Prochaska, inspired by the artist's "visual diary." Quisqueya, an exhibit of abstract paintings and mono prints by Terrell James, which explore the landscape of the Dominican Republic. Through Sept 29

* L & B Viewing Room
1714 NW Overton 2 Flr, 241-4144

Margaret VanPatten displays Reaction, a series of prints that reveal a unique language of symbols for the viewer to utilize in individual narratives. Through Sept 28

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

Michael Brophy presents paintings that act as portals to Oregon History and a relationship to an increasingly urban world. Jeff Gunn's abstract canvases rely on texture and simple shapes to suggest the natural world. Through Sept 29

Margo Jacobsen
1039 NW Glisan St, 224-7287

Points of View, a realist invitational featuring work by Sherrie Wolf, Brice Cohen, Candy Russo, and others. Through Sept 29

* Mark Woolley Gallery
120 NW 9th Ave, Suite 210, 224-5475

Julia A. Fenton presents Trench, an installation that explores ideas of feminine beauty/disgust by confronting the viewer with substances like menstrual blood, milk, feces, and urine. damali ayo offers shift: we are not yet done, a body of work that triggers a dialogue on racism. Through Sept 29

Newport Fine Arts Gallery
316 NW Coastal Street, 541-574-8445

Surreal Reality, a survey of 10 Oregon artists that favor a surrealistic approach. Participants include Jacqueline Ehlis, Jeff Jahn, and Tom Ore. Through Oct 1

604 NW 12th Ave, 222-0063

D.E. May presents small sculptures and collage work in Reservoir District. Gustaf Mortier takes over the gallery's window space in Spare Change, an installation of paintings that can be viewed 24 hours a day. Through Oct 6

Portland Building Lobby
1120 SW 5th, RACC contact: 823-5426

Hidden Voice, an installation by Naomi Kasumi that surrounds the viewer in blue light. Through an artist's book, Kasumi shares the hardship she has endured as result of a traumatic experience. Through Oct 5

* Pulliam Deffenbaugh
522 NW 12th Ave, 228-6665

Self-taught Seattle painter Joe Max Emminger creates abstract paintings punched up by bold colors, and veteran artist Milton Wilson presents recent canvases done in an Abstract Expressionist style. Through Sept 29