MUSEUMS

recommended FRYE ART MUSEUMA considerable chunk of William Cumming's art can be seen and admired in William Cumming: The Image of Consequence, which runs through Dec 31. Oliver Herring: Taking and Making, runs through Sept 18. 704 Terry Avenue, 622-9250.

recommended HENRY ART GALLERYAnnie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, who collaborate as Lead Pencil Studio, explore the relationships between architectural space and land use in Minus Space. Through Nov 20. Seeing the Unseen, rare photographic works from 1860 to 1918, through Oct 2. Phffft, sound sculpture installation by Trimpin, through Oct 2. 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280.

NORDIC HERITAGE MUSEUMPhotography by Garth Amundson, through Sept 25. Norwegian Footprints, photographic documentation of the vanishing world of the early Norwegian immigrants in North Dakota, by Jan Johannessen and Espen Arnold Hansen. Through Sept 25. 3014 NW 67th St, 789-5707.

recommended SEATTLE ART MUSEUMQuieter Spirit, early paintings by Frederic Edwin Church, through Oct 16. Africa in America, ongoing. Japanese paintings, screens, and hanging scrolls from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, ongoing. 100 University St, 654-3100.

GALLERY OPENINGS

ART BOOKS PRESS BOOKSTORE & GALLERYWork by over 40 international artists pushing the boundaries of bookmaking. Through Oct 29, opening reception Sept 10, 6–9 pm. 4703 Ballard Ave, 285-2665.

ART/NOT TERMINAL GALLERYThe Seattle Series, various artists. Through Oct 6, opening Sept 10, 7–10 pm. 2045 Westlake Ave, 233-0680.

THE FOUNTAINHEAD GALLERYNew work in oil and digital drawings and paintings by Anne Hayden Stevens. She's Not Breakable by Joseph Flahiff. Sept 9–28, artist reception Sept 10, 5–7 pm. 625 W McGraw St, 285-4467.

INFOHAZARD USED BOOKSTORE AND GALLERYPinhole photography by Dana Day. Paintings and drawings by Alexandria Martinez. Through Sept 29, artist reception Sept 10, 6–9:30 pm. 1716 E Olive Way, 324-6630.

MPSR GALLERYAsleep in the Fire, new work by abstract artist Vblast. Acrylics and mixed media on canvas and wood panels. Opening reception Sept 10, 7–10 pm. 3202 15th Ave W, 283-9003.

WINSTON WACHTER FINE ARTNew work by sculptor Ann Gardiner. Through Oct 14, opening reception Sept 9, 6–8 pm. 203 Dexter Ave N, 652-5855.

CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS

ALL CITY COFFEEBoilers and Bridges, an exhibition of paintings by Keven Furiya. Through Sept 30, 125 Prefontaine Pl S, 652-8331.

ART PATCH GALLERYEncountering Animals, an exhibition of new paintings by Stephen Schildbach. Through Sept 30. 306 S Washington St, Suite 102, 296-1161.

BLUEBOTTLE GALLERYNew work by JILF. Through Sept 30. 415 E Pine St, 325-1592.

CAFFE BELLAPerspective Photography by Steven Holden. Through Sept 30. 2621 Fifth Ave, 441-4351.

CAPITOL HILL ARTS CENTERTransformations, new works by Dawn Samuelson. Through Oct 1. 1621 12th Ave, 388-0500.

CATHERINE PERSON GALLERYA new gallery opens with a show of 10 artists. Through Oct 1. 319 Third Ave S, 726-1836.

recommended CENTER ON CONTEMPORARY ARTA two-part group show entitled wish/alchemy, featuring a sound-based installation by Christine Wallers and Steve Peters and photography and video art by various artists. Through Oct 9. 410 Dexter Ave N, 728-1980.

CORRIDOR GALLERYThe Micro-Bio Landscape, paintings by Jennifer Murray. Through Sept 24. 306 S Washington St, 856-7037.

DAVIDSON GALLERIESAqueous, prints from Sean Caufield and Akiko Taniguchi; Confluence, paintings by Stephanie J. Frostad; paintings by Adrienne Sherman; and The Japanese Landscape, prints by various artists of the Shin Hanga movement from the first half of the 20th century. Through Sept 24. 313 Occidental Ave S, 624-7684.

DESIGN COMMISSIONThe photography of Steven Miller: Photographs from Japan that highlight the comical nature of Gothic Lolitas, Yamambas, and robotic school children. Through Sept 30. 119 Prefontaine Pl S, 223-7709.

FOSTER/WHITE GALLERYColorful abstractions centered on bustling crowd scenes by Manfred Lindenberger. Through Sept 24. 123 S Jackson St, 622-2833.

G. GIBSON GALLERYMind Over Matter, photo-based constructions by Beverly Rayner and Memento Mori, tintypes by Susan Seubert, through Oct 15. Ruth Bernhard: At One Hundred, a selection of prints, through Nov 26. 300 S Washington St, 587-4033.

recommended GREG KUCERA GALLERYSculpture, by Edward Wicklander. Mistaken Identities, lithographs by Roger Shimomura. Through Oct 1. 212 3rd Ave S, 624-0770.

recommended HALOLe Merde and Charles Whiteside present a medieval-themed show with work from 15 artists. Through Oct 31. 1919 Third Ave, 256-0715.

recommended HOWARD HOUSENew work by Ken Fandell and Leo Saul Berk. Through Oct 1. 604 Second Ave, 256–6399.

JACK STRAW NEW MEDIA GALLERYThe Four Dignities, mixed-media installation by Rene Young and environmental sound collage by Janice Giteck. Through Sept 30. 4261 Roosevelt Way NE, 547-2503.

recommended JAMES HARRIS GALLERYBlack Market, sculpture, photography and video by Stephanie Syjuco. 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220.

Support The Stranger

KIMZEY MILLER GALLERYThe American Landscape, a collection of paintings by Erik Hall. Through Sept 30. 1225 Second Ave, 682-2339.

LINDA HODGES GALLERYExhibition by sculptor Deloss Webber. Through Oct 1. 316 First Ave S, 624-3034.

recommended LIPSTICK TRACESBonnie Heart Clyde Trunk Show features work by Portland-based designers Emily Katz and Shaun Deller. 303 E Pine St, 329–2813.

MARENAKOS STONEARIUMCurator Bryan Ohno presents sculptures in stone and galvanized steel. Through Sept 24. 3220 First Ave S, 340-0081.

recommended OK OKNew work by Shawn Wolfe. Through Sept 16. 709 Broadway Ave E, 322-7523.

PATRICIA CAMERON GALLERYNew paintings by Stephen Yates. Through Sept 24. 234 Dexter Ave N, 343-9647.

recommended PLATFORM GALLERYNew work by Susan Robb, including video, photography, installation, and downloadable ring tones. Through Oct 8. 114 Third Ave S, 323-2808.

SEATTLE ACADEMY OF FINE ARTA selection of drawings and paintings by students training in the academy's Classical Atelier program, through Sept 30. 1501 10th Ave E, 526-ARTS.

recommended SOIL ART GALLERYNocturnes, featuring projected animations, drawings, and sculpture by Cat Clifford, Laleh Khorramian, Lucy Raven, and Mary Simpson. Through Oct 2. 112 Third Ave S, 264-8061.

SQUARE ROOMNew work by Brian NcGuffey and Leif Holland. 1316 E Pike St, 267–7120.

recommended SWEATSHOP INC.Flee, a thematically linked exhibition by the 4B, a photography collective including Sheila Calhoun, Elysha Rose Diaz, Joanne Kim, and Robin Laananen. 1202 E Pine St, Suite B, 388-2373.

VICTROLA COFFEEHOUSEThe Diabolosphere, paintings by Michele Noach. Through Sept 30. 411 15th Ave, 325-6520.

VIVEZA GALLERYThe Terrible Twos, a group show and the Viveza Friend Film Festival Retrospective, celebrates the two-year anniversary of the gallery. Through Sept 18. 2604 Western Ave, 956-3584.

recommended WESTERN BRIDGEFinal week. River Styx is a new commission by David Roth, with work by Olafur Eliasson, Maria Friberg, Rodney Graham, Gary Hill, and Roni Horn. Through Sept 15. 3412 Fourth Ave S, 838-7444.

WRIGHT EXHIBITION SPACEAboriginal Vision in Contemporary Australian Art features the collection of Margaret Levi and Robert Kaplan. Through Sept 16. 407 Dexter Ave N, 264-8200.

ZEITGEIST CAFENew work by Marilyn Jones, in which she uses doodles and childlike makings juxtaposed against images of early memories and drawings of internal organs. Through Oct 5. 171 S Jackson St, 583-0497.

EVENTS

ARTIST LECTURE SERIESLecture by Susan Robb, whose work employs video, photography, performance, sound, sculpture and new media. Thurs Sept 8, 6:30–7:30 pm. NE 36th Way and 159th Ave NE, Redmond, 425-706-0033.