For years, Seattle artist Katy Stone has been making art out of falling—out of what you might see on your way down. She paints on strips of Mylar that she cuts into long, drippy shapes, and they cascade down the walls like colored frozen waterfalls, forming associations along the way to various non-waterfall things: fronds, crumbs, bananas, tree trunks, disco. Her new show, Myriad, ranges from a complex pile of dozens of small paintings (alternately revealing and concealing each other) to a simple waterfall frozen on a wall, made of sky-blue chenille pipe cleaners spilling down in a soft, thick, monochrome stalactite freeze. (Greg Kucera Gallery, 212 Third Ave S,, 10:30 am–5:30 pm, free)