Alicia Justus
Alicia makes paper dolls, stickers, books, charms, and other very adorable and yummy artistic thangs. This exhibit shows her getting a little macabre, with drunk dolls and evil birds. Reading Frenzy, 921 SW Oak, 274-1449, 7 pm, free

Plywood Hoods and Concrete Commandos
Tons of skateboard art. There's an energy about it, and a functionality--these pieces of wood that people used for transportation and sport, busted up in transit and re-used for artistic purpose. Plus, it just looks rad. Zeitgeist, 625 NW Everett #109, 971-544-1365

Snapshot, Homebody (#2)
The former includes observations on the world from Topher Sinkinson, Kristin Kennedy, Sean Healy, Dimitri Kozyrev, more; the latter is PNCA goddess Nan B. Curtis' incredible reflection on the nature of home. Elizabeth Leach Gallery, 207 SW Pine St, 224-0521, Through Nov

Morgan Walker
Walker's smudgy paintings of youthful nudes are slightly unsettling in their mystery and detail. Her drawings, full of detail and a dark violence, add depth to the exhibit. It's very professional, schooled art that isn't emotionally crippled. Augen Gallery, 817 SW 2nd Ave, 224-8182, Through Oct

Renee Zangara
Minimal abstract botanical paintings on paper. They're simple oils, but with smeared shading and shapes done in rich blues, ivories, and ochres that make them somehow sensual. Alysia Duckler Gallery, 1236 NW Hoyt St, 223-7595, Through Oct

Sarah Wilmer
Wilmer's tiny black and white photographs are mysterious and definitely come from an internal place. Detailed trees, people doing cartwheels in the night, shadows cast on faces. Neon, 328 NW Broadway #115, Through Oct