Paintings and sculpture by Santa Fe artist Katey Berry Furgason, exploring the elegance of form and function in the microscopic world and the artists collaborations with nature. Clay, plaster, metal leaf, wax, and paint. Also, recommended. Through March 23. In the Canopy compound,
Canopy, 916 Springdale
Tropical butterflies displayed in plexiboxes designed by G.W. Clark.
Artworks Gallery, 1214 W. Sixth, 512/472-1550
New space, new art, and a new opening attended by artists Su Allen, Lisa Chandler, Enid Wood, Linda Wilde, and others; featuring Luca Vidal glass imported from Murano, Italy. 1214 W. Sixth #105, 472-1550.
is a centrally located sculpture studio (featuring the work of Steve Dubov, Heather Tolleson, and Terry Wilemon) that offers ongoing classes and workshops for all skill levels; the venue's also open to artists looking for workspace and tools. New classes starting soon! Call or see the website for details. 701 Tillery, 385-1115.
Local and regional art submissions sought; all styles considered. See website for details. 2805 Bee Caves #430.
Through Oct. 27. North Hills Gallery, 7050 Village Center Dr.
Handmade jewelry in this space shared with Pro-Jex Gallery. 1710 S. Lamar Ste. B.
Handmade glass art and jewelry.
Blue Moon Glassworks, 108 W. 43rd, 512/380-0770
This Hyde Park epicenter of everything silica-based and lovely offers instruction on glass fusing, leaded glass, precious-metal clay, and much more.
Blue Moon Glassworks, 108 W. 43rd, 380-0770
Glass blowing? Yes, and much more, in this longtime professional studio. 1105 E. Sixth, 584-9323.
The Serie Project, a nonprofit Latino arts organization hosted by Coronado Studios, produces, promotes, and exhibits serigraph prints created by diverse artists. 6601 Felix, 385-3591.
Painting, collage, mixed media, digital photography, and more. Specific classes for beginners to advanced, teenage to adult. E-mail for details.
The professional nonprofit visual-arts organization has more than 100 members and offers multiple fine art exhibit opportunites, monthly meetings, networking, volunteer opportunities, and more. See website for details.
Photography, Photoshop post-processing, and more. See website for details. 4007 Marathon,
Linda Dumont: cityscapes, abstracts, and portraits. Call for appointment. 815 E. 52nd.
Paintings and prints. 1718 S. Congress, 462-7220.
Francois Photography, 309-B Bowie, 512/320-0072
This new sculptural project from Melissa Borrell, commissioned by the city's Art in Public Places, adds a structure of "playfully fluid forms of translucent industrial materials" to the landscape of Little Stacy Park in South Austin.
Little Stacy Pool & Park, 1400 Alameda, 512/974-6700
Paintings inspired by nature. 7825 Burnet Rd.,
What has internationally acclaimed artist and photon-monger James Turrell created for the rooftop garden of UT's Student Activity Center? In the Skyspace: "At sunrise and sunset, special light sequences unleash brilliant washes of color that transform the sky and challenge viewers' perception." Thank you, Landmarks program! See website to make free reservations for The Color Inside viewing. SAC Ballroom, 2201 Speedway.
Sculpting, working in clay and paper pulp, painting with acrylics: many opportunities for learning a craft here. See website for details.
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River, 478-6222
From the vast stores of longtime mail artist Josh Ronsen's Tiny Art Project comes this display of more than 500 works of art that are smaller than 1” square and created by artists from Texas, from across the nation, from around the world: "Paintings, drawings, pieces woven from thread and fiber, tiny stamps, tiny books, even a modern-art museum made for ants." And now they're elegantly arranged for all to see, in a place that's already like heaven for bibliophiles. Recommended. Reception: Sun., Jan. 26, 2-6pm.
Malvern Bookstore, 613 W. 29th
A group show of contemporary kinetic sculpture and large-scale kinetic installations, featuring work by Andy Holtin (Washington, DC), Jenny LeBlanc (New Orleans, LA), Troy Stanley (Houston, TX), Gregory Witt (Pittsburgh, PA), and Katie Wynne (Houston, TX). Through April 5. Fri., 5-8pm; Sat.-Sun., noon-5pm.
MASS Gallery, 507 Calles, 512/535-4946
New works by the Mexican artist. 1700 S. Congress, 707-9797.
presents an eclectic selection of African and African-American artwork.
Mitchie's Gallery, 7801 N. Lamar Ste. B-148, 512/323-6901
Vintage neon, carnival banners, and other tributes to U.S. popular culture by Todd Sanders.
Roadhouse Relics, 1720 S. First, 512/442-6366
The South Austin Popular Culture Center presents a pictorial pondering of the long and winding history of Austin music culture that includes influences from Mexico, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Gospel, Polka, Native American Chants, Blues, Hillbilly Country, and many, many more. Through April 12. Thu.-Sun., 1-6pm. $5.
South Austin Popular Culture Center, 1516-B S. Lamar, 512/440-8318
New works by Holly Bronko and Alexandra Valenti. 2309 Thornton.
Sculptural work by Rita Marie Ross, Jacob Colburn, Daryl G. Colburn, Dorthy Crummer, and more. 2309 Thornton.
This just in: Itinerant artist Damien Noll, visiting from France, has been using magnified sunlight to, ah, "tattoo" illustrations into logs along the Shoal Creek trail. Look for them near the 25th Street entrance.
Through Aug. 13. 12200 Renfert, second floor.
Artwork by Jon Langford, Reg Mombassa, and Peter O’Doherty makes this new exhibition a sort of Mekons/Mental As Anything crossover event. And you know the reception party's gonna be rocking. Reception: Sat., March 15, 6-8pm. Exhibition: Through April 20.
Yard Dog, 1510 S. Congress, 512/912-1613