Artisans at Dahmen Barn Bird-themed art and crafts by the Dahmen Barn resident artisans. Includes original work in textile art, clay, watercolor, collage, oil, pastel and scratchboard that will hang in the Hay Loft Hall gallery on a wire. Also: “Awash in Color” watercolor exhibit by John Kirkland. Both exhibits run through Sunday. Highway 195 N., 419 Park Way, Uniontown. (509) 299-3414.
Pacific Flyway Gallery “The Summer of Flootie,” a collection of regional artists including John Thamm, Richard Warrington, E.L. Stewart, Tom Hanson, Cheryl Halverson, Ginny Brennan, Debbie Hughbanks and Natalie Stewart-Utley, through Sept. 12. Artists will demonstrate techniques, talk about their work and visit with the public during an art market Saturday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 409 S. Dishman-Mica Road, Spokane Valley. (509) 747-0812.
Pottery Place Plus “I Dream in Color,” presenting fresco elements, works in gypsum compound, acrylic and iron oxide pigments by Anthony Gallaher, during July. 203 N. Washington St. Free. (509) 847-5019.
Saranac Art Projects This exhibition is an overview of the works of local artist Ryan Desmond from 2013-2015, featuring topics of food quality, pop culture fanaticism, the human figure and urban decay, through Aug. 21. 25 W. Main Ave.
Spokane Art School Gallery “20,000 Leagues under the Sea Invitational” art show with works by Sondra Barrington, Roger DuBois, Larry Ellingson, Jo Fyfe, Lynne Haines, Rick Singer & Hilary Hart, Sally Jablonsky, Tim Lord, Dan McCann, Mason McCuddin, Lindsey Merrell, Karmen Naccarato, Judy Patterson, Tom Quinn, Bernadette Vielbig, Gordon Wilson, Angelika Wilson-Wipp, through Aug. 29. 811 W. Garland Ave. (509) 325-3001.
Spokane Falls Community College Fine Arts Gallery “One Day,” works by Lenora Jesus Lopez Schindler, through July 30. 3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive. (509) 533-3710.
Touchmark on South Hill Retirement Community Seniors exhibit handcrafted textiles, glass, wood and other items, through Wednesday. 2929 S. Waterford Drive. (509) 210-0164.
Washington State University “Concrete Dreams: Living with the Grand Coulee Dam” shows the dam’s costs for those who lived in the region, through Sept. 1. WSU Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections, Pullman. (509) 335-3985.
Art Spirit Gallery Acrylic paintings by Catherine Earle and figurative clay sculptures by Cary Weigand, through Aug. 8. Also, “Family Album,” celebrating the launch of a new limited edition book by artist Harold Balazs and writer Dirk Stratton. The 24 framed original drawings from the book will be on display through Aug. 8. 415 Sherman Ave., Coeur d’Alene. (208) 765-6006.
Entree Gallery David Govedare’s exhibit, in collaboration with Tracy Ling, presents figures and totems featuring gems and metals. The works, called orgons, are a mixing of crushed gems and metals floating in a matrix of cast epoxy resins and are thought to bring good vibrations and energy to their surroundings, during July. Also: “Time and Light,” a collection of illuminated carved glass and carved stone by Sam Bates, during July. 1755 Reeder Bay Road, Nordman. (208) 443-2001.
Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center Works by Post Falls High School art teachers Michele Chmielewski, Amber Poelstra and Derek Kahler. 405 N. William St., Post Falls. (208) 457-8950.
Moscow Food Co-Op Works by Maria Maggi, through Wednesday. 121 E. Fifth St., Moscow. (208) 882-8537.
Ponderay Garden Center Featuring Northwest artists. Today, 1-8 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 477703 Highway 95 North (north of Wal-Mart and Big R), Ponderay. (208) 255-4200.
Prichard Gallery Video and images by Tate Shaw of his book project, “The Ground.” Also, “Underground: Subterranean Economies and Ecologies,” photography of underground spaces and their uses by Wayne Barrar, through Aug. 1. University of Idaho, 414/416 S. Main St., Moscow. (208) 885-3586.
Third Street Gallery Works by Ralph Crawford, featuring bronzes, pottery and paintings, through Sept. 11. Moscow City Hall, second and third floors, 206 E. Third St., Moscow. (208) 883-7036.
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