The question is not why this young, bespectacled woman in Chuck Taylors and cute hats is hunting meteorites that have dropped from the sky. The question is, why are you not? Ethan Murrow's big pencil drawings—three and four and six feet across—based on photographs of his wife, Vita Weinstein-Murrow, are unexpectedly inspiring. It's silly to be this intrepid and this nonsensical, to "win the war game of the sky," arms raised, foot resting on meteorite in conquest. But this is a private battle, and you should have one so good (and you probably do). (Winston Wächter Fine Art, 203 Dexter Ave N, 652-5855, 10 am–5 pm, free)