All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.
|Beaver Creek Falls and other gelatin silver prints in the tradition of Ansel Adams by Bob Savov opens Friday at UO’s Museum of Natural and Cultural History|
Backstreet Gallery Karen Nichols, paper painting collage, watermedia and photography. Painting, photography, ceramic works, mosaics, multi-media, by Florence artists, ongoing. After Hours last Wed. each month 5-7pm, live music. 1421 Bay Street, Florence.
Epic Electric Tattoo “An Epic Art show” featuring mixed media art from the Epic Electric Tattoo staff, through August 27. 245 Van Buren.
Florence Events Center Watercolors by Muriel Wilhelmi; “Jewelry Landscapes” by Diana KeKule; “The Martians” by Horst Wolf, through August. 715 Quince.
Living Art Botanicals Ceramics artist John Ross. through August 27. 544 Blair.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History Gelatin silver photographs by Bob Sanov through Nov. 1. A reception is 5pm, Friday, July 31 in the Northwest Artist Gallery in the museum. $3, $2 sr. & youth, $8 fam., UO stu. & fac. Free. 1680 E. 15th Ave.
New Frontier Market “Talking Walls — mixed media,” by Kent Osborn, through August 27. 1101 West 8th.
Off The Waffle “Various local artists,” through August 27. 740 Van Buren.
One Cup Cafe “Faces of Nepal,” photography by David Winett, through August 27. 298 Blair.
The Redoux Parlor Mixed media collage, photography and scan art by Mo Bowen; “Ladies of the RDP.” through August 27. 780 Blair.
The 1032 “Porch of Distinction,” through August 27, 1032 West 3rd.
Wandering Goat Coffee Co. Paintings, by Jimmy McKenny, DJ Shawn, through August 27. 268 Madison.
Benton County Historical Society Home Is Where The Art Is, decorative art from the museum’s collection, through August 22. 1101 Main, Philomath.
Centro LatinoAmericano Painter Jean Foss & jewelry designer Grace McNabb. 944 West 5th.
Choppers Oils and sketches by Nicola Noetic through July 31. 1241 Willamette.
David Joyce Gallery “Markets: Celebrating Fruits of the Earth, Abundance, Cultural flavors, Local Communities” through September 21. Center for Meeting & Learning, Bldg. 19, LCC.
David Minor Theater and Gallery “International Hangups,” watercolors and photographs by Barbara Aten. 180 E. 5th.
Diablo’s Downtown Lounge Lithographs & oil paintings by John Petricciani & Torin Stephens, through July 31. 959 Pearl.
DIVA “Tropes,” by Leah Wilson; “Places In Mind,” photography by Lewis Forquer; “Labor of Love: Life at Alpha Farm,” photography by Kate Harnedy; “SUCCULENCE! Fantasy Blends with Reality” acrylic paintings by Sandi Whetzel; “Greek Stones Speak: Travel Inspired Paintings,” Geoffrey McCormack. 110 W. Broadway.
Eugene Coffee Company Collage artist, Noni, through July 31. 1840 Chambers.
Fairbanks Gallery OSU Art Faculty Exhibit, through October 7. Fairbanks Hall, OSU.
Fenario Gallery “The Interdimensional Art Show,” includes works by a variety of contemporary visionary and surrealist artists including Robert Venosa, Alex Grey, A. Andrew Gonzalez, Luke Brown, Chris Dyer & more. 881 Willamette.
Full City Coffee Roasters Anime-style art by David Arney, through August 9. Photography by Philip Murff, through August 2. 842 Pearl.
Jacobs Gallery Group Exhibit: Port Orford Artists: William Paul Gaetjens, Julie Hawthorne, Doug Kinney, Joyce Kinney, Hugh McKay, Janet Geib Pretti, Elaine Roemen, Linda Tarr, Georganne White, through Aug. 22. Hult Center.
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art “On The Road: Two Visions of the Tokaido,” prints by Jun’ichiro Sekino, through Sept. 13. Screenprints by Andy Warhol & Keith Haring, through September. “Korean Funerary Figures: Companions for the Journey to the Other World,” through Oct. 4. 1430 Johnson Ln., UO. $5, $3 stu. & sr., FREE UO stu., faculty, staff.
Karin Clarke Gallery Oregon painters Mark Clarke, Margaret Coe, Carl Hall & Nelson Sandgren, through August 1. 760 Willamette.
Keystone Café Sophie Navarro’s illustrations, paintings and comic strips, through July 31. 395 W 5th.
Knight Library “Sing the Story Oregon: A Century of the Oregon Marching Band,” a student-produced exhibit, through Aug. 31. 1505 Kincaid St.
Lane County Historical Museum “Changing Demographics: The People of Lane County,” through January 2010. “Toil Triumphant; Needlework and Handcraft” Eugene Park Blocks, the story of the town square. www.lanecountyhistoricalsociety.org. 740 West 13th Ave. $4, $3 youth, first Saturdays free.
Majestic Theater Original art by Sean McGinty. 115 SW 2nd, Corvallis.
Maude Kerns Art Center Headwaters: Views by Four Photographers & Mixed Media Photographs by Jeffrey T. Baker on view through Aug. 28. 1910 E. 15th.
MECCA Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts Letterpress and recycled vintage material works by Allana Ross. 43 W. Broadway.
Museum of Unfine Art Polaroid photography & collage by Mo Bowen, works by Andy Helps, Serendipity Rose, Jesse Tannehill & Kavika Debilzan, through July 30. 537 Willamette.
New Zone Gallery Acrylic landscapes by Rex Purkerson & work by the students of the Creative Minds Alternative School, through July 30. 164 W. Broadway.
Pilgrim’s Way Bookstore “Men’s Night Art:” Anthony Pope, Dan Opincar, Jim Barker, Larry, Omar & more. 304 Blair.
Pizza Research Institute Photography and collage by Mo Bowen & oil painting by Issac Marquez, through end of July. 530 Blair.
Sam Bond’s Garage “An Amalgam: These are a few of my favorite things,” photography and intaglio prints by Kim Rose, through Aug. 26. 407 Blair.
Springfield Museum “Windows of Wonder,” fabric art by Sandra McMorris Johnson, through Aug. 1. 590 Main St. Spfd.
Studio West Live glassblowing demonstrations viewable from the gallery floor. 245 West 8th.
Tamarack Wellness Center Valisa Higman, cutout artwork, through July 31. 3575 Donald.
Territorial Vineyards Gallery Marshelle Backes’ “Illuminations,” through July 31. 907 W. 3rd.
University of Oregon Law School 2d Floor Gallery “Sanctuaries” photographs by Scott Blackman, through Dec. 14. 1515 Agate St.
Vistra Framing and Gallery “Eye Candy” by Lynn Ihsen Peterson, through July 31. 160 E. Broadway.
White Lotus Gallery Prints by Japanese artists Yoshida Hiroshi, Sekino Jun’ichiro & Noda Tetsuya, through August 29. 767 Willamette.
WOW Hall. Works by Ian Coronado, through July 30. 291 W. 8th.
ZenJen Studios Metal art, paintings, sculpture, stained glass and scientific illustrations by Karura Reynolds, Isaac Coblentz, Jennifer Morrell & Dan White. 1990 Orchard.