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Dimension Gallery: Circumnutation

The third in this sculptural gallery's series of solo shows features a heavy-metal ode to creeping and climbing plants and the motion – described by the estimable Darwin as "circumnutation" – of their growing stems and tendrils, as rendered by Dimension's co-founder Colin McIntyre, some of whose excellent work we previously reported on here. Through June 26.

Dimension Gallery, 979 Springdale #99

ICOSA: Part 2

Here's the second of the two-part exhibition highlighting the work of ICOSA members. Which, when you note the excellent artists involved, how could you miss it? Including Sara Vanderbeek, Katy Horan, Micah Evans, Terra Goolsby, Brooke Gassiot, Teruko Nimura, Jennifer Balkan, Anna Pedersen, David Bae, and Amanda McInerney. Through June 26.

702-B Shady.

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Art for the People: Off the Wall, Off the Flesh

This is a group exhibition of street, tattoo, stencil, and mural artists, their works presented on traditional media in one fantastic show. Featuring Lucas Aoki, Nick Baxter, Bort, Wendi Ramirez, Jason Eatherly, Mike “Truth” Johnston, Roshi K, and more. Reception: Fri., June 24, 6:30pm.

1711 S. First.

Austin Art Garage: Females and Flowers

New paintings by Katie Dunkle, rendered with crisp lines and vibrant colors, among the many bright treasures of this local gallery.

Austin Art Garage, 2200-J S. Lamar, 512/351-5934

www.austinartgarage.com

Camiba Art: Material Matters

Here's an exhibition from the Texas Society of Sculptors, curated by Troy Campa and featuring works by Katy David, Cindy Debold, Orna Feinstein, Amanda Wood, Dimitri Gudgenov, April Davis, Ender Martos, Paul Clarence Oglesby, McKay Otto, and more. Through Aug. 7.

2000 E. Sixth.

De Stijl: One / Sixth

The inaugural exhibition of this new gallery features work by the six black alumni of UT's MFA program: Walter Kisner, Steven Jones, Zoë Charlton, Robert Pruitt, Christina Coleman, and Janaye Brown. Through July 10.

1006 W. 31st., 512/354-0868

Kerbey Lane Cafe: Wildflowers

A solo exhibition of wildflower art by Linda Calvert Jacobson. Through July 4.

2606 Guadalupe., 830/221-7676

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: Naturescapes

Art by Anna Lisa Leal. Through Aug. 30.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, 4801 La Crosse, 412/232-0100

www.wildflower.org

Link & Pin Gallery: Narratives Of The Desert

Here's an exhibition of photography by Andrew Fritz and Josh Baker of AzulOx Visuals, displaying narratives and places found in the Texas desert during an annual retreat to Langtry. Reception: Sat., July 9, 6-9pm.

Link & Pin, 2235 E. Sixth #102, 512/900-8952

www.linkpinart.com

MACC: Art Classes

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

www.maccaustin.org

National Cartoonists Society: Texas Chapter

This group art exhibition really pops the library walls. Through June 30.

Howson Branch Library, 2500 Exposition, 512/335-4224

SouthPop: Sheauxnough Studios

Here's a rich display of the photos, posters, and papers that came out of the legendary Sheauxnough, chronicling the artist collective and studio that kept Austin graphically weird as the Seventies became the Eighties. With work by Micael Priest, Guy Juke, Danny Garrett, Sam Yeates, Robert Burns, Kerry Awn, and more. Through July 9.

South Austin Popular Culture Center, 1516-B S. Lamar, 512/440-8318

www.southpop.org

Studio L Gallery

Sculptural work by Rita Marie Ross, Jacob Colburn, Daryl G. Colburn, Dorthy Crummer, and more. 2309 Thornton.

577-3479

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