Any Day: Artists on Death: A group show on the subject of death, curated by and featuring the artwork of Elana Winsberg. Also included are Kathy Liao, Sam Hamrick, and of course, cemetery revolutionary Greg Lundgren. Free.
Haejin Lee: Ceramic vessels and sculpture from the Seoul-based artist whose preferred form is a narrow, vase-like structure, distinctively altered at certain points by partial horizontal slices. Free.
One Thousand Questions/千の問—From Hiroshima to Hanford: Ken Matsudaira curated this exhibition by Etsuko Ichikawa and Yukiyo Kawano to coincide with the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing in August 1945. It centers on a life-size soft sculpture of the bomb that was called Little Boy. Free.
Out of Bounds: Work from Lori Duckstein, Eric Edgerton, Kate Harkins, Michael Lowe, and Tara McDermott. Free.
Risa Salsberg: Drawings and illustrations. Free.
David Ivan Clark: Oil color fields (highly abstracted landscapes, most of the way past the point of recognition) on birch and steel panels. Free.
Artist Talk: Janet Koplos: Koplos will speak on the subject of the aesthetics and philosophy of functional pottery. Free.
Andy Nasisse: Shadowland: Andy's been working on some ceramics that he'd like to show everyone. A good portion of Andy's work is composed of plates with faces. Free.
Evan Blackwell: Infinite Landscape: Blackwell creates sculpture from found objects. Notable works include plastic lawn furniture arranged in a sort of mandala sun formation, and a "lens" made of 3,700 plastic straws that glowed like the moon. Free.
Press Start III: Turbo Edition: In conjunction with the PAX convention, the gallery puts together its third annual show of video-game-inspired artwork. Pew pew pew pew! That's a video game sound. Free.
Trialogue: Yes, that's when a third person crashes a dialogue. Each of the three artists, Julia Freeman, Caroline Kapp, and Ellen Ziegler, "began with a single word that served as a poetic construct, touchstone, and way of bringing an idea into form. After making work based on that word, they passed the word on to the next artist." Free.
Bratsa Bonifacho: Shooting Notes and Other Works: Serbian-born, Vancouver, BC-based Bratsa Bonifacho rarely paints a painting that doesn't have letters in it. They're usually completely full of painted letters. Sometimes they form words, and sometimes they don't. Free.
Casey Weldon: Novel Relic: Pop surrealist paintings in which pretty girls find themselves in paranormal surroundings, sometimes holding or beholding the supernatural. One painting, in which a woman peels back the bark on a fallen tree to reveal bright colors, has already graced the cover of The Stranger. Free.
David Beckley: Epistrophy Nudes: Epistrophe is the poetic repetition of a phrase, usually at the end of a verse or sentence. This series of photos were created using a long exposure on nude subjects while they performed mundane tasks, like brushing teeth or getting dressed. Free.
Femke Hiemstra: Warten am Waldrand: Ah, now here's a German phrase for you. It means "waiting at the edge of the forest," and the artwork is fairy-tale illustrations. Free.
John Kiley, Hiroshi Yamano: Glass sculpture, from minimalist to vibrant. Free.
Marita Dingus, Sarah Gilbert: Dingus will be exhibiting in conjunction with Puget Sound’s Race and Pedagogy National Conference in late September. Free.
Ruthie V.: Slow Time: Painterly paintings. Landscapes, portraits, and still lifes. Free.