Wendy Garner; New Wave Paintings, at the Cross MacKenzie (1054 31st St. NW, Washington D.C., in Canal Square courtyard across from the Sea Catch Restaurant).
Feeling swept up in the winds of change? Welcome the woman with a whirlwind… Amy Marx shows her latest images of tornadic activity in a three-person show at Plan B, along with abstracts by Andrew Wapinski and urban landscapes by Eric Westbrook.
5 x 5 (x5), at the Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory Art Center (105 N. Union St., Alexandria). The exhibit runs through this Sunday, Jan. 11. Gallery hours are noon – 5 p.m.
FotoWeek D.C., the first annual photography extravaganza in D.C., is now over. While more well organized than spectacular, it’s a new thing, and off to a good start.
Aqui Estamos (Here We Are); Cuban Art, at H&F Fine Arts (3311 Rhode Island Ave., Mount Rainer, Md.).
FIRSTfriday of November Approaching Fast FIRSTfriday of Falls Church will host events on Nov. 7. Falls Church Counseling will host an Open House Networking Event.
“Fall Group Show 2008,” at the Pass Gallery (rear alley of 1617 S St. NW, Washington, D.C.). The exhibit runs through Oct. 28, and the gallery is open two days a week, Tuesday and Saturday, 1 – 5 p.m., with other hours by appointment.
FIRSTFriday in Falls Church Connessione: Things in Common, at Falls Church Arts Gallery (111 Park Ave., Falls Church).
“Presence,” Edward J. Reed’s portrait paintings, at The Art League Gallery, also in the Torpedo Factory Art Center. Runs through Oct. 6.