When Storm Tharp told me he’s never before had a solo show in Seattle, I was shocked; his portraits have become such a fixture in Portland that you’ve probably seen them without knowing it. This showing, centered on a series of prints called Health, is small but refined, so worth your precious time and attention. Tharp is funny, sexy, aggressive, and nerdy all at once: A pair of pink-ink rectangles summons fashion icon Diana Vreeland so softly it’s empathetic; on another wall, in another style entirely, men’s legs fly in a super-detailed tangle. Health is the perfect title for portraits in which isolation seems impossible. (James Harris Gallery, 312 Second Ave S, 903-6220, 11 am–5 pm, free)