Seattle artist Jesse Paul Miller has always gone his own way in his art. You can feel idiosyncrasy all through it, whether it's his music or his paintings, or pieces of art that combine music, painting, and maybe sculpture and film, too—whatever he wants to use. This show of new paintings reflects his 2008 travels in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, and Japan. People appear to have caught fire, or their blood drips from factories, or they are wounded or lost—or not there at all, and instead what you see is like a rainbow collage of the skins of imagined animals. You always see brightly through Miller's eyes. (Wall of Sound, 315 E Pine St, 441-9880, 7 pm, free)