bud, bob, and babes
Renowned for curating the Donut Shop series, Cris Moss now presents his own work, a pair of digital videos cast simultaneously on respective walls. Elizabeth Leach Gallery, 207 SW Pine St, 224-0521, Through Mar 29

The Wall Splotch Series
Troy Klebey has photographed random walls at various angles and under various kinds of lighting. The results look like amazing abstract paintings. Very cool. Pushdot Studio, 833 NW 14th, 224-5925, Through Mar 31

Lorna Nakell
God bless things American. Nakell deconstructs typically American objects--TV dinners, coffee pots, beauty lotions--by painting still-lifes of them in an almost-realistic, neo-kitsch style. Atlas Living, 1422 NE Alberta, 249-3890, Through Mar 24

MB Condon & Sarah Ross
Condon's exhibit, War Studies, rips typically masculine images from the major news media and intersplices them with female protagonists. Famous women are thus newly defined in a militaristic context. Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, 5340 N Interstate Ave, 823-2072, Through Mar 28

Rebecca Guberman-Bloom & Alison O'Donoghue
For a 28-year old, Guberman-Bloom has a remarkably sophisticated stroke, with soft autumnal backgrounds battling it out with dead birds, demonic fairies, and the artist's own HIV-infected blood. Mark Woolley Gallery, 120 NW 9th Ave, Suite 210, 224-5475, Through Mar 29

Skater Art
We love pro skaters! Andrew Hutchinson presents personal photo shoots; Todd Bratrud, the art director for Consolidated Skateboard, paints ladies on skate decks; and Israel Forbes, the totally famous pro skater, shows "napkin art" from skate tours. The New Space Gallery & Studio, 1632 SE 10th, 963-1935, Through Mar 31

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