Artisans at Dahmen Barn “Somethin’ ’bout an Old Farm Truck,” photography by Jonathan Sachs, with images of Dave Jones’ old trucks in Sprague, Wash., and aerial photos of the Palouse. Sunday-June 30, with reception Sunday, 1-3 p.m. Highway 195 North, 419 Park Way, Uniontown. (509) 299-3414.
Avenue West Gallery “Every Bloomin’ Thing,” oil paintings through today. During June: “J.D. Designs in Gold and Silver,” using black, brown, blue and white pearls from all over the world, set in classic gold and silver rings, bracelets and necklaces in gold and silver by Jeff Harrell; and large paintings of abstract images of Spokane by John Mendel. 707 W. Main Ave., Suite B11. (509) 838-4999.
Brick Wall Gallery Photography by Brent Flint and Ken Jubala, through today. 530 W. Main Ave. (509) 928-7721.
Chase Gallery “Hotel Spokane: Hope in the Midst of Despair,” works by artist/writer teams for collaborative exhibition. 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. (509) 625-6050.
Dodson’s Jewelers “Spring Wings and Wild Things,” works by Shelle Lindholm. 516 W. Riverside Ave. (509) 624-4163.
Downtown Library “Bloomsday Through the Years,” official Bloomsday posters from 1977 to the present. 906 W. Main Ave. (509) 444-5307.
EWU Gallery of Art “Ad Infinitum,” works by Jae Park, Jessy Smith, Tony Kuchar, Jessica Raby, Angela Barnes, Amanda Johnson, Kelsey Stonestreet and Courtney Hammond, today through Thursday, with a reception today at 6 p.m. Eastern Washington University Art Department auditorium, 140 Art Building, Cheney. (509) 359-2494.
Forza Coffee - South Hill Watercolors, acrylics, photography and alcohol inks by Joy Gruenewald, Pennie Wood and Rebecca Tifft. 2829 B 29th Ave. Free. (509) 744-0384.
Jundt Art Museum “Chihuly: Tradition and Transformation,” selection of drawings, and glass sculpture from artist Dale Chihuly. Gonzaga University Arcade Gallery, 502 E. Boone Ave. (509) 313-6611.
Manic Moon Studio “Sit, Stand & Fly,” an exhibition of fiber works by Louise Kodis. 1007 W. Augusta Ave. (509) 413-9101.
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture “SPO-Ma: Spokane Modern Architecture 1948-73.” Modern architects began practicing in Spokane in the late 1940s, changing the city’s skyline and ushering in a new period of creativity. Also: “David Douglas: A Naturalist at Work,” a look at the work and travels of Scottish naturalist David Douglas (1799-1834). Also: “Lasting Heritage,” using personal stories and human-made objects to articulate the spiritual and visceral links between ancient people, modern tribal people and their lands. 2316 W. First Ave. $7/adults, $5/seniors and students with ID, free/age 5 and younger. (509) 456-3931.
Pacific Flyway Gallery “The Carousel in May,” reflects our love for carousels with featured artists Linda Besse, Lorraine Krank, Judy Hankel and others. 409 S. Dishman Mica Road, Spokane Valley. (509) 747-0812.
Pottery Place Plus “Earth Treasures,” Earthwear ecodesigns with wearable art by Mary Gayle Young; and acrylic high gloss paintings on tiles, granite and marble by Jennene Reagor, Saturday-June 26. 203 N. Washington St. (509) 327-6920.
Saranac Art Projects “Unpack/Repack,” an evolving sculptural installation by Lance Sinnema; and “Alley Artifacts,” drawings by Scott Kolbo. 25 W. Main Ave. (509) 363-5325.
South Perry Pizza Sculpted paper masks by Ron and Marsha Feller. 1011 S. Perry St. (509) 290-6047.
Spokane Falls Community College Art Gallery Fine Arts Student Exhibition. 3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive. (509) 533-3746.
Spokane Law Enforcement Museum Artifacts, photos, portraits, badges, uniforms and other police mementos. Museum accepts donations of police memorabilia, as well as monetary donations. 1201 W. First Ave. $5/adults, $4/seniors and military, $3/students, $2/age 12 and younger. (509) 625-3352.
Washington State University “A Dynamic Photographic Legacy of Nimiipuu.” Washington State University’s Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections and the students of History 529: Interpreting History through Material Culture exhibit photos from the National Park Service Nez Perce Historic Images Collection. Pullman. Free. (509) 335-9671.
WSU Museum of Art “Carlos Gomez: A Socialist-Abstract-Surrealist,” is the Curator’s Choice and shows the artist currently exploring multitechnique painting and drawing for this exhibit. Also: “Making Faces: Here’s Looking at You Keith!,” final exhibition curated by the late Keith Wells creates a portrait of the permanent collection. Fine Arts Center on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium, Pullman. (509) 335-1910.
Art Spirit Gallery Thirty new nontraditional oil paintings by Ric Gendron. 415 Sherman Ave., Coeur d’Alene. (208) 765-6006.
BookPeople Works by Elizabeth Sloan, Wil Smiley and Nick Beymer. 521 S. Main St., Moscow. (208) 882-2669.
Entree Gallery “Wind, Water and Time,” intricately carved nature and Celtic designs turn raw stone into elegant wall art by Sam Bates, through today. 1755 Reeder Bay Road, Priest Lake. (208) 443-2001.
Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center Paintings by Melissa Cole. 405 N. William St., Post Falls. (208) 457-8950.
Moscow Food Co-Op City of Moscow’s Wisecape Award Program exhibits photo entries promoting water efficient landscaping on the Palouse. 121 E. Fifth St., Moscow. (208) 882-8537.
Museum of North Idaho “Shaping the Handle: Idaho Territory 1863-1890,” explores Westward expansion, the new gold mining district, the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, steamboats on the lake, railroad construction, stage lines and more. 115 Northwest Blvd., Coeur d’Alene. $3/adults, $1/ages 6-16, free/age 5 and younger. Free parking pass may be requested at desk. (208) 664-3448.
Redtail Gallery Paintings by Connie Scherr. 518 Oak St., Sandpoint. (208) 946-8066.
UI Prichard Gallery “Field & Ground,” watercolors by Nancy Stonington. University of Idaho, 414/416 S. Main St., Moscow. (208) 885-3586.
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