MUSEUMS

recommended FRYE ART MUSEUM

In (Robyn) O’Neil’s Bosch-like pencil drawings, all connection has been severed between the humans and the beasts, and it doesn’t look good for people. Her packs of generic, anonymous men in sweatsuits and Adidas and Nike sneakers are drawn awkwardly, but her animals and trees are rendered in gorgeous, warm detail. The guys are sketchy, morally and visually… They are, simply, lost, and they don’t know it.(Jen Graves) Modern Nature is Amy Helfand’s loosely garden-based collages, rugs, and furniture upholstery. Through July 30. Painting, sculpture, and video preoccupied with claiming unexplored territory compose Sigrid Sandström’s Ginnungagap. Plus, there’s Robert Yoder’s Sluice Gate—a hand-tufted wool rug with its own literal and figurative topography. Through Sept 10. And these are the final weeks to comment on the collection of paintings that have been removed from the walls before they return July 1, in curator Robin Held’s interactive exhibition experiment Lust, Loss, and Love. 704 Terry Ave, 622-9250.

HENRY ART GALLERY

MFA Thesis Exhibition: Seattle’s newest artists leave the fold, but not before showing their biggest ideas. Through June 18. Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes: “Richard Andrews, the Henry’s director, placed Lin in an esteemed tradition by inviting her to create this show, following the landmark exhibitions the Henry has commissioned from installation artists Ann Hamilton and James Turrell. Yet temporary, non-site-specific exhibitions are not Lin’s strength.” (Jen Graves) Through Sept 3. 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280.

NORDIC HERITAGE MUSEUM

Dream Time—Fairy Photo Challenges. Through July 30. 3014 NW 67th St, 789-5707.

SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM

Seattle Art Museum downtown is closed for renovations until spring 2007; SAAM is filling in. New shows synopsize SAM’s “past, present, and future,” curators say, with studio glass, art deco sculpture, contemporary art (don’t miss Claude Zervas’s neon river, nooksack, and Jeffry Mitchell’s religious lampoon), paintings by Morris Graves and Mark Tobey, and large-scale nature photographs by Johsel Namkung. Through Aug 6. Iranian-born Shirin Neshat’s video installation, Tooba, is a lyrical portrait of a menaced woman making a kind of escape. Through Oct 15. 1400 E Prospect St, Volunteer Park, 654-3100.

recommended TACOMA ART MUSEUM

Opening. Twenty-five years of Akio Takamori’s renowned, large-scale ceramic sculptures, often subtly sexualized figures marrying Matissean and Japanese woodblock lines. Through Oct 8. Blake Haygood’s exploding machine, Barbara Earl Thomas’s obituary collage, and Dawn Cerny’s biblical sea of body parts are part of the 2006 Neddy Artist Fellowship survey. Through Aug 13. The Essence of Line: French Drawings from Ingres to Degas explains itself. Through Sept 17. And Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein is seen through an unsung inspiration: Native American art and culture (see Blart). Through Sept 4. Reception Sat June 10, 6–9 pm. 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, 253-272-4258.

VANCOUVER ART GALLERY

Opening. The most complete exhibition of Haida art ever assembled: Raven Travelling: Two Centuries of Haida Art. Through Sept 17. The latest in prefab home design: Some Assembly Required. Through Sept 4. From the permanent collection is 75 Years of Collecting: First Nation Myths and Realities. Through Aug 27. Arthur Erickson: Critical Works presents 12 major projects from 40 years of work. Through Sept 10. 50 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC, 604-662-4700.

WHATCOM MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART

Contrasting Objectives: Fifteen Pacific Northwest Photographers includes Jim Breukelman of Vancouver, BC, Rebecca Cummins and Claude Zervas of Seattle, and Christopher Rauschenberg of Portland. Through Sept 10. 121 Prospect St, Bellingham, 360-676-6981.

WING LUKE MUSEUM

These Walls Can Speak: Untold Stories, featuring the historic Kong Yick, Higo, and Eastern Hotel buildings. Through Dec 10. 407 Seventh Ave S, 623-5124.

OPENINGS

20twenty

New work by Derek Bourcier and Jesse Brown. Reception Sat June 10, 6–8 pm. Through July 5. 5208 Ballard Ave NW, 706-0969.

ALIBI ROOM

No Touching Ground presents Remnants: “a reminder to people that we have the power to change what is going on.” Through July 2. 85 Pike St, 623-3180.

ART BOOKS AND PRESS

aEiOu: The Lost and Found Word. Mixed media by Berkeley Parks. Reception Sat June 10, 7–9 pm. Through June 30. 4703 Ballard Ave NW, 285-2665.

BALLARDWORKS

Curated by Cynthia Moore and Mona Lang, Scenic Dope brings together the work of 25 visual artists who make their living in film, theater, and TV. Reception Sat June 10, 6–9 pm. Through July 2. 2856 NW Market St, 784-9987.

recommended BLVD GALLERY

Return to Sender: new paintings by Jill Simonsen and Ray Noland. Reception Fri June 9, 6–9 pm. Through July 1. 2316 Second Ave,374-8977.

FLOATING LEAVES TEA

Photographs by Kiyoshi Toda. Reception Sat June 10, 6­–9 pm. 2213 NW Market St #100,529-4268.

FRANCINE SEDERS GALLERY

Variable Terrain: paintings by Juliana Heyne. Color Constructions: paintings by Michelle Bolinger. Reception Sun June 11, 2–4 pm. Through July 9. Bolinger will discuss her work Tue June 13, 6 pm. 6701 Greenwood Ave N, 782-0355.

GALACTIC BOUTIQUE

Living Room: the works of Kevin Brannaman. Reception Sat June 10, 6–9 pm, 18+. 1213 Pine St, 749-9167.

GLOBAL ART VENUE

Paintings by Carrie Goller. Through Aug 3. 314 First Ave S, 264-8755.

THE HIGH DIVE

One night only—the art of PCP and Andrio Abero. Sun June 11. 513 N 36th St, 324-6628.

recommended KIRKLAND ARTS CENTER

Clay? A national ceramic exhibition with works by 21 artists, juried by UW professors Jamie Walker, Akio Takamori, and Doug Jeck. Reception Thurs June 8, 6–9 pm. Through July 29. 620 Market St, Kirkland,425-889-2963.

LOST LUGGAGE

Quilts: paintings by Tina Randolph. Reception Fri June 9, 6­–9 pm. 306 Dexter Ave N, 728-6044.

NO SPACE

Maximum Warrior curated by Devon Varmega. Reception Fri June 9, 7 pm. 534 Summit Ave E, 425-753-2681.

PACINI LUBEL GALLERY

The Vessel: the work of Carol Gouthro and Nancy Selvin. Through July 1. 207 Second Ave S, 326-5555.

PRAVADA STUDIOS

Final projects by graphic design and illustration graduates. Tue June 13, 4–8 pm. 1406 10th Ave, Ste 200, 587-3830.

PRINT ZERO

Outline: new multimedia works by Peter Foucault. Reception Thurs June 8, 6–10 pm. Through June 22. 323 N 105th St, A-2, 363-2997.

ROQ LA RUE

Fresh Meat: a group show of new talent ranging from contemporary figurative to retro illusion. Reception Fri June 9, 6–9 pm. Through July 1. 2312 Second Ave, 374-8977.

SEATTLE ART MUSEUM RENTAL/SALES GALLERY

Referencing Nature: a group show informed by ecological and socioenvironmental issues. Reception Thurs June 8, 5–7 pm. Through July 8. 1220 Third Ave, 343-1101.

SEATTLE CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Final projects by apparel design students. Tue June 13, 9 am–6 pm. 1701 Broadway, room BE2114, 587-5485.

SEV SHOON ARTS CENTER

New prints by Catherine Stack and Mimi Williams. Reception Sat June 10, 6–9 pm. Through July 1. 2862 NW Market St, 782-2415.

CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS

420.102

Landscapes for Phantom Limbs Pt. 1: new work by Wyndel Hunt. 420 Second Ave, 335-5083.

ALEXIS HOTEL

Artists represented by Grover/Thurston, including Faye Jones and Joe Max Emminger. Through July 4. 1009 First Ave,340-6678.

ALL CITY COFFEE

Residual Ozmosis: illustrations by Augie Pagan. Through June 30. 125 Prefontaine Pl S,652-8331.

ART ON CENTER GALLERY

Mothers, Madams, and Myths:works by Blue Hesik, Gretchen Mottet, and Valentine Zimmer. Through June 28. 1604 Center St, Tacoma, 253-230-1673.

ARTFX

The Art of Natural Science. 420 N 35th St, 545-7459.

ARTISTS’ GALLERY OF SEATTLE

Grace:paintings by Grace A. Washington. Through June 30. 902 First Ave S, 340-0830.

ARTHEAD GALLERY

5411 Meridian Ave N, 633-5544.

ART/NOT TERMINAL GALLERY

Scapes. Oil paintings by Mark Eaton. Souls: B&W erotic and fine-art photography by John Tozzi. Through July 6. 2045 Westlake Ave, 233-0680.

ARTSWEST GALLERY

Migration: work by Mollari Sederberg. Through June 18. 4711 California Ave SW, 938-0339.

BALLARD FETHERSTON GALLERY

Final week.New work by Melissa Furness. Through June 10. 818 E Pike St,322-9440.

BAZR GALLERY

40/Love: grand opening of a retail gallery celebrating music, art, and fashion. 910 E Pine St, 617-2161.

BLUEBOTTLE ART GALLERY

A Great Big Stillness: work by Justin B. Williams and Luke Ramsey. Through June 29. 415 E Pine St, 325-1592.

BRAZILLIS

Bolivia Project: Photographs by Michael Wang. Through June 30. 5404 22nd Ave NW, 297-2800.

recommended CAFFE VITA

Dreamcake: B&W landscape photographs by Elysha Rose Diaz (the Stranger intern who slaves over this here calendar!). Through July 1. 813 Fifth Ave,285-9662.

CAPITOL HILL ARTS CENTER

Imbue, new works by Dawn Samuelson. Through June 30. 1621 12th Ave, 388-0500.

recommended CATHERINE PERSON GALLERY

Utopia:17 new mixed-media works by Deborah F. Lawrence, with support from the Creative Capital Foundation. Through June 30. 319 Third Ave S, 726-1836.

CENTER ON CONTEMPORARY ART

Painted photographs by Spanish film director Carlos Saura “Iberia.” Through June 20. 410 Dexter Ave N, 728-1980.

CHRISTOFF GALLERY

Owner Chad McMurray and curator Elizabeth Alto celebrate the gallery’s first birthday. Reception Fri June 9, 7–11 pm. 6004 12th Ave S #17, 767-0280.

COLLECTIVE

Final Week.Velocities: works by David Moskol Bowen. Through June 8. 5223 Ballard Ave, 782-1900.

COLUMBIA CITY GALLERY

Plugged In and Caffeinated, 17 artists exploring time. Through July 9. 4864 Rainier Ave S, 760-9843.

recommended CONSOLIDATED WORKS

Final Week. Works by the very first graduating class from UW’s undergraduate program in digital arts and experimental media. Through June 11. 500 Boren Ave N, 381-3218.

CORRIDOR GALLERY

Transfiguration: mixed-media paintings by Eric Nez. Through July 1. 306 S Washington St, 856-7037.

recommended CRAWL SPACE GALLERY

Final Week. Chad Wentzel’s Everything I’ve Ever Wanted All at the Same Time: “a barrage of cut paper.Through June 11. 504 E Denny Way, #1, 322-5752.

recommended CRITICAL LINE

Found Space: Inaugurating this contemporary gallery are photography, painting, and video by Kevin Haas, Ann Kellender, Ido Fluk, Matthew Keeney, and E. J. Hercyzk. Through July 7. 741 St Helens Ave, Tacoma, 253-444-2741.

D’ADAMO/WOLTZ GALLERY

Symphony of Landscape: work by Parvin. Through July 3. 307 Occidental Ave S,652-4414.

® DAVIDSON CONTEMPORARY

Cleave is the gallery’s first large-scale installation, by John Grade. Through June 24. 310 S Washington St, 624-7684.

DAVIDSON GALLERIES

Recent paintings on paperby Robert Connell. Wood Engravings by Winslow Homer. Through July 1. 313 Occidental Ave S, 624-1324.

DAYBREAK STAR INDIAN ART GALLERY

Refuse to Die, paintings by Andrew Morrison. Through June 15. 3801 Government Way,285-4425.

DESIGN COMMISSION

Pedal: Reloaded, the art and artifacts of bike messengers. Through July 31. 121 Prefontaine Pl S, 223-7709.

EVERGREEN GALLERIES

One Dog Walking: mixed-media sculpture with experimental stop motion animation by Sara Spink. The Imaged Word, and Other Works by Bryan Rainey. Through June 17. Evergreen State College, Olympia, 360-867-5125.

EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT

From the vaults of Paul Allen: DoubleTake: From Monet to Lichtenstein. 2901 Broad St, 770-2700.

FACERE

Signs of Life: contemporary jewelry art and literature. 1420 Fifth Ave, 624-6768.

recommended FAIRE GALLERY CAFE

Deer Me, including: “In tribute to Chang and Eng, Seattle artist Jessica Grilihas sliced up two tiny plastic deer and mounted their heads together on a varnished wood base. She took the liberty to make their union craniopagus, a kind of facial fusion, which is very uncomfortable and extremely rare, though not unheard of.(Christopher Frizzelle)Through June 16. 1351 E Olive Way,652-0781.

FINE IMPRESSIONS GALLERY

Final Week. Ernest Lothar (1906–1961): Retrospective. Through June 10. 8300 Fifth Ave NE, 784-5270.

FOSTER/WHITE GALLERY

Gerard Tsutakawa presents new bronze sculpture: Chokoku. Through June 24. 220 Third Ave S, 622-2833.

FOUNTAINHEAD GALLERY

Nancy Schutt: Dogs in Art and One Cat. Through June 25. 625 W McGraw St, 285-4467.

FRAME UP STUDIOS

Paintings by Debbie Bianchi. Through July 3. 3515 Fremont Ave N, 547-4657.

FRANK AND DUNYA

Works by Sarah Gascoigne and Leo Kundas. Through July 7. 3418 Fremont Ave N,547 6760.

FREMONT JEWELRY DESIGN

Oil paintings by Bryn Anderson. Through June 30. 3510 Fremont Pl. N, 547-5551.

FRIESEN GALLERY

Works from artists represented by Gallery DeNovo, a neighbor to Friesen’s original Sun Valley location, which turns 20 this year. 1200 Second Ave S,628-9501.

G. GIBSON GALLERY

Rabbit Starvation: new paintings and sculpture by Larry Calkins. Gallery talk Sat June 10, 6–8 pm. Through July 8. 300 S Washington St, 587-4033.

GAGE ACADEMY OF ART

Final Week. Art Ignites Minds: works by young artists. Through June 11. Final Week.Bone Journey: work by Ann Morris. Through June 9. 1501 Tenth Ave, 323-GAGE.

GALLERY 4CULTURE

The Future Is Our Only Goat, new paintings by Dianna Molzan. Through June 30. 101 Prefontaine Pl S,296-7580.

GALLERY 110

Presenting new and selected work by Andrée B. Carter and Carole d’Inverno. Through July 1. 110 S Washington St, 624-9336.

GALLERY 154

Bronze castings of Road Kills and Spill Kills by Pete Bevis. Through July 1. 154 N 35th St.

GALLERY 1216

Off the Wall: New works by Seattle sculptor Evan Blackwell. Through July 22. 1216 First Ave, 622-2480.

GALLERY IMA

Fractal Utopia & The Yellow Sanctuary Room: recent paintings and installation by Cerj Lalonde. Through June 29. 123 S. Jackson St, 625-0055.

GARDE RAIL GALLERY

Vintage linoleum assemblage by Bill Miller, scorched metal and encaustic on wood by Scott Griffin. Through July 1. 110 Third Ave S, 621-1055.

GLASSHOUSE STUDIO

Glass artists James Nowak, Calvin Allison, and Jordan Hershman. Through June 30. 311 Occidental Ave S, 682-9939

GLOBE GALLERY

Alaska: The Traveller Series, Caroline Planque’s series of lith prints. Through July 4. 105 S Main St. #100, 612-7655.

GOLD SHOE GALLERY

Eight artists exhibiting painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, and limited edition prints. Through July 31. 619 Western Ave, fifth floor, 447-9667.

GORDON WOODSIDE/JOHN BRASETH GALLERY

Paintings and prints by Kenneth Callahan. 2101 Ninth Ave, 622-7243.

THE GREAT NABOB

New figurative paintings by Erik Andrew. Through June 30. 819 Fifth Ave N,281-9850.

recommended GREG KUCERA GALLERY

Michael Knutson: “The shapes are thick, wet, and brushy. Each is its own tiny expressionistic island. In groups, they form small, forever-mutating scenes, like what your eye might make out if everything was stacked on top of everything else in a furniture warehouse.(Jen Graves) And: Marcel Dzama’s abject works on paper, some made with root beer and with such titles as Untitled (Cowboys Shooting Bats). Through July 1. 212 Third Ave S, 624-0770.

GROVER/THURSTON GALLERY

Bestiary: paintings and cut paper works about animals by Julie Paschkis. Through July 1. Occidental Ave S, 223-0816.

recommended HALO

New paintings by Rachel Maxi. Through July 22. 1919 Third Ave,256-0715.

recommended HOWARD HOUSE

As his last gesture before moving to New York, HH’s very wonderful Gary Owen put together Paper Trails, which emphasizes nontraditional approaches in the medium by Cat Clifford, Michael Arcega, Victoria Haven, Marco Maggi, Nancy Rubins, Andy Warhol, Dan Webb, and Franz West (see review). And: Three Painters: Kim Dorland, Alexander Kantrovsky, Chiara Minchio. Through July 1. 604 Second Ave, 256-6399.

JACK STRAW NEW MEDIA GALLERY

Kichul Kim’s Rapport is the Korean sound sculptor’s first U.S. exhibition. Through June 23. 4261 Roosevelt Way NE, 634-0919.

JACOB LAWRENCE GALLERY

Final Week. “Visual communication design” BFA grads show. Through June 10. School of Art, University of Washington, 685-1805.

recommended JAMES HARRIS GALLERY

Claire Cowie’s About Strange Lands: Art and the animal come together in a darkened wood, in a certain kind of half-light. A rhino is not a rhino, but a Rhinoscape.(Jen Graves)Through June 17. 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220.

JOE BAR

I Was Proud of My Crime: Thirteen brand new bag paintings by Jess Van Nostrand. Through June 30. 810 E Roy St,324-0407.

JOHNNYWOW! STUDIO/GALLERY

Naked Lady Wrestlers.619 Western Ave, fourth floor, 549-2184.

KIRSTEN GALLERY

Voyages and Discoveries: New Paintings by Mark R. Myers. Through June 21. 5320 Roosevelt Way NE, 522-2011.

KOBO

Ceramic artist and Archie Bray Foundation artist-in-residence Deborah Schwartzkopf shows selected works. Through June 24. 602–608 S Jackson St,381-3000.

recommended LEE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Painted On by 10 Seattle painters including Brian Murphy, Bradley Biancardi, and Francisco Guerrero (see Suggests). Through Aug 25. 901 Twelfth Ave,296-5360.

LINDA HODGES GALLERY

Encaustic paintings and charcoal drawings by Gillian Theobald. Paul Harcharik: new paintings. Through July 1. 316 First Ave S, 624-3034.

LISA HARRIS GALLERY

New Encaustic Paintings by Thomas Workman. Through July 1. 1922 Pike Pl, 443-3315.

LOCAL COLOR

New works by five artists. 1606 Pike Pl,728-1717.

MITCHELLI’S GALLERY BAR

Painter Cait Willis shows a series of acrylic on panel and canvas portraits. Through June 30. 84 Yesler Way, 623-3883.

NATIONAL PARKS CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION

Oils, watercolors, and photographs in Northwest National Parks: From Inspiration to Action. Through Sept 2. 313A First Ave S, 903-1444.

NOC NOC

New paintings by Joe Vollan in this dancerie. 1516 Second Ave, 223-1333.

NORTHWEST CRAFTS CENTER GALLERY

New and selected artworks by Edd Cox are Temple Garden. Through July 14. 105 Harrison St,728-1555.

OASIS ART GALLERY

Abstract watercolor and sumi ink paintings by Mark Thomas along with work by 36 other artists. 3644 Wallingford Ave N, 547-5177.

OK HOTEL

The Inspiration Collective’s first group show. Through June 20. 212 Alaskan Way S, 621-7903.

PATRICIA CAMERON GALLERY

Long After the Silence: drawings and installation by Linda Kane. Through July 15. 234 Dexter Ave N, 343-9647.

recommended PLATFORM GALLERY

Patte Loper’s Let Our Beauty Ease Your Grief: “Loper’s latest show invokes, as the title suggests, a quieter and far less absurd realm, a place somehow injured and lightly sedated. She inserts deer and fawns into film stills and photographs from art and architecture magazines, not as elements of domesticated cuteness but as introspective subjects. Her animals have grown lives of their own, and even she seems to understand their motivations only vaguely.(Jen Graves)Through June 17. 114 Third Ave S, 323-2808.

PUNCH GALLERY

Between Payback and the Pirate Ship: the mixed-media paintings of Lucas Martin. Through July 2. 119 Prefontaine Pl S, 964-2443.

REVOLUTIONS

Canadian artist Carmen Tomé. 7012 Woodlawn Ave NE, 527-1908.

RHINO STUDIOS & GALLERY

Of Dreams and Shadows: paintings by Ricco diStefano. Through June 24. 58 Front St N, Issaquah, 425-392-5040.

SCHMANCY

New work by San Francisco artist Huck Gee. Through June 30. 1930 Second Ave, 728-8008.

SEATTLE MUNICIPAL TOWER GALLERY

Sculptural Form and the Figure: Northwest Artists’ Interpretation of the Human Figure. Through June 30. 700 Fifth Ave, third floor, 684-7306.

SHIFT STUDIO

Coupled: collaborative multimedia work by Andrew Kaufman and Donna Stack. Through July 1. 306 S Washington St #105, 962-0201.

SMITH TOWER GALLERY

Work by Sam Wallis. 512 Second Ave,666-9039.

recommended SOIL ART GALLERY

Hardline Organics Part Two—a tale of absurd optimism is an immersive installation by Jenny Heishman, Etsuko Ichikawa, Craig Miller, Saya Moriyasu, and Yuki Nakamura. Through July 1. 112 Third Ave S, 264-8061.

SOLOMON FINE ART

Fathom: Paintings by Paul Shakespear. Through June 30. 1215 First Ave, 297-1400.

STONINGTON GALLERY

To See a World in a Grain of Sand: micro-mosaic jewelry by Courtney Lipson. Through June 30. 119 S Jackson St, 405-4040.

recommended SUYAMA SPACE

SHHH, a major new installation by German-born composer/sculptor Trimpin, is a rotating, hand-formed sphere orbiting rhythmically on a floating, 18-foot-diameter metal ring, producing a layering of sound caused from the changing velocity of rotations when a viewer is in close proximity to the piece. Whiz-bang! Through July 28. 2324 Second Ave, 256-0809.

TOST

Stencil art by Lou Samson. Through June 30. 513 N 36th St, Space E, 568-7419.

TRIANGLE ART GALLERY

Impressions: works from budding teenage artists, in the gallery at the downtown YMCA. Through June 27. 909 Fourth Ave, 382-7899.

VAIN

Pretty: photographs by Georgie Hockett. Through June 30. 2018 First Ave, 441-3441.

VETRI INTERNATIONAL GLASS

Framework: sculptures by glass artist Benjamin Cobb. Through June 25. 1404 First Ave, 667-9608.

WALL SPACE

New Works by multiple artists. Through June 17. 600 First Ave, Ste 322, 330-9137.

recommended WESTERN BRIDGE

It isn’t that the group show of painting, video, photography, and installation at Western Bridge this spring doesn’t have serious concerns… But Boys and Flowers—organized by Western Bridge director Eric Fredericksen, whose style is marked by intelligent levity—sticks with the play of its title. The show is more of a fat, supple peony than a tightly wound, prickly rose.” (Jen Graves) Through Aug 12. 3412 Fourth Ave S, 838-7444.

WHITMAN GALLERY

A solo show by Jackie Brooks. Through July 15. Harvard Ave and Seneca St, 325-6051.

WILLIAM TRAVER GALLERY

Glass artist, Lino Tagliapietra, gives us Il Mito della Fenice. Through July 2. 110 Union St #200, 587-6501.

WINSTON WÄCHTER FINE ART

Paintings: by Peter Waite. Through July 28. 203 Dexter Ave N, 652-5855.

ZEITGEIST

New work by Keven Furiya. Through July 5. 171 S Jackson St,583-0497.