Seattle artist John Grade has the undying loyalty and affection of Seattle artists of all kinds. He is revered for his quiet, small, and painfully fine drawings, but lately he's been building installations. This latest—inspired by a trip to Ireland in 2005—is his biggest: a skin of cast-paper pulp, glassine, and cellulose, stretched across the natural-lit ceiling at Suyama Space. It's what he imagines it might be like to look up from the bottom of a bog. (Suyama Space, 2324 Second Ave, 256-0809. Opening reception 5–7 pm, free.)