Belmont Art Walk
Entertainment for the Peasants, the Belmont art extravaganza, includes a variety of work this month. At Realm 8, Em Jones presents photography and mixed media. Seaplane offers dress sculptures by artist Suzy Root. Stumptown Coffee Roasters displays abstract, acrylic paintings by Lucy Park. Cricket Cafe hosts the sculptural and two-dimensional work of Chris McBeth. Most exhibits run through the first week of November.

* Bullseye Connection Gallery
300 NW 13th Ave, 227-0222

Rae Mahaffey presents Proofing Sessions, an exhibit of vitreograph prints and fused-glass work. Through Nov 17

Chetwynd Stapylton Gallery
615 SW Broadway, 223-4226

Along with other Russian impressionists, international artist Slava Mamsikov presents recent oil paintings. Through Nov 17

Contemporary Crafts Gallery
3934 SW Corbett Ave, 223-2654

100 Universes: An International Accordion Book of Prints consists of over 100 prints by international printmakers and book artists, bound into one book. Through Nov. 11. Also on view: Barbara Tentenbaum: Books and Prints, an exhibit of handmade books and prints from Tetenbaum, who currently heads the Book Arts Dept. at Oregon College of Art and Craft. Through Nov. 11. Biswa Rout of Gallery Zen has created A Tea Room in Old Japan, an installation comprised of wares and antiques from three periods in Japanese history. Through Nov. 4.

Guardino Gallery
2939 NE Alberta, 281-9048

Jessica Kreutter's ceramic work arrives from a marriage of everyday forms: a hammer, fork, and bottle, for example, are part of her catalogue of forms. Joanna Thomas describes her working process as something akin to cooking. Her ingredients are various papers that she mixes together to from collages. Opens Oct 25

Multnomah Arts Center
7688 SW Capitol Hwy, 823-3187

Multnomah Arts Center Instructor Show, features a variety of work from the heads of class: Instructors Matt Warford, Lee Haga, and Kurt Piltz are just a few of the participants. Opens Oct 23

Onda Gallery
2215 NE Alberta St, 493-1909

Skyscapes, oil paintings on wood by Patricia Miller that reveal the artist's affinity for colors found in nature. Her shapes also reflect time spent amidst the trees. Opens Oct 25

604 NW 12th Ave, 222-0063

Group exhibit featuring such Portland notables as Malia Jensen, Storm Tharp, and James Lavadour. Also on view is Two Landscapes, a PDX Window Project by Christopher Perry. Through Nov.3

Plain Jane
2936 NE Alberta St, 528-9691

Twisted Light. Tangled Color is an exhibit of "glassages": work by Melissa Porter that combines collage and glass elements. Opens Oct 25

* S.K. Josefberg Gallery
403 NW 11th Ave, 241-9112

The photo-based gallery presents the work of Steve Schapiro. Schapiro's long career as a freelance photographer began in 1960 with the documentary projects "Arkansas Migrant Workers" and "Narcotics Addiction in East Harlem." Throughout the years, Schapiro has photographed the famous (including Jacqueline Kennedy) and the overlooked, as in the series "The Mentally Disturbed and the Prison System." Schapiro will be in attendance for a book signing of America Edge on Nov. 1, 6-9 pm Opens Oct 24

1476 NE Alberta, 284-8800

Raina Imig presents watercolor mandalas: compositions that focus on the universal significance of the circle. Linda Gruger displays a series of acrylic paintings that explore themes of mythology and the dreamworld. Opens Oct 25