Brad Adkins
Bothered by his own admission that the actual "making" of art is his least favorite part of the creative process, Adkins set out to actualize a few new sculptures, which are now on view at PDX Window Project. PDX Window Project, 612 NW 12th, Through June 7

Elliot Erwitt
Erwitt is one of the greatest point-and-shoot photographers of our time. Having been in the right places at the right times since the 1950's, and armed with an uncanny eye for tenderness and catlike reflexes, Erwitt has created an astonishing body of images that have permeated our collective conscience. SK Josefsberg, 403 NW 11 Ave, 241-9112, Through May 31

Eva Lake
Finding time between running her gallery and hosting her radio show on KPSU, Lake makes Op-ish grid-based paintings which the artist insists are made without the use of stencils. Lovelake, 1720 NW Lovejoy, 939-2255, Through May 31

Circles Inside
A video installation by Ethan Rose and Ryan Jeffery that blends creepy bursts of light with some highly creative stick/wood entanglements to comment on the human condition. Alberta Arts Pavilion/ Our Dream Gallery, 2315 Alberta, 288-3024, through May 31

Susan Seubert
Seubert is part of a current wave of artists who are utilizing antique photo-processes rather than bowing into to the digital revolution. Froelick Gallery, 817 SW 2nd Ave, 222-1142, Through May 31

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