OPENINGS

ANTON -- "Preview 82/83," group show of sculpture, paintings, ceramics, drawings, opens Friday, continuing through Aug. 6 at 415 E. Capitol Street.

ART CONTEMPORARY -- Pascal Bernier, "Cattails and Bamboo Reeds," opens Tuesday, continuing through July 23 at 4948 St. Elmo Avenue, Bethesda.

ARTS CLUB -- Summer Members' Show, opens Sunday, continuing through August at 2017 I Street NW.

FRANZ BADER -- "Summer new additions/editions," works by Paul Arlt, Simon Gouverneur, Baruj Salinas, Stan Washburn, David Yerkes, opens Wednesday, continuing through July 24; R. Agass Baumgartner, drawings and paintings, through Saturday at 2001 R Street NW.

CATHOUC U. -- Lynn Sures, paintings and watercolors, opens Sunday, continuing through July 16 at 620 Michigan Avenue NE.

GUNSTON ARTS CENTER -- "The Glass Show," National Capital Stained Glass Guild, through July 3 at 2700 South Lang Street, Arlington.

HUBERT HUMPHREY BUILDING -- Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington, 33rd annual visual communications exhibition, opens Friday, continuing through July 23 at 200 Independence Avenue SW.

LEVON JAMGOCHIAN -- Open studio, artist's mixed-media lithographs and embossings, "Unity is Strength," Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 9 p.m., 11613 Gail Street, Wheaton.

NEWCOMER/WESTREICH -- Continuing display of American decorative arts, quilts, weathervanes, pottery, paintings and folk art, opens at new location Thursday at 2611 P Street NW.

19th CENTURY -- American and European 19th and 20th-century paintings and watercolors, opens Friday, continuing through August at 311 Cameron Street, Alexandria.

NP GALLERY -- "New Works," prints by Frank Smith June, opens Sunday, continuing through July 16 at 3833 34th Street, Mt. Rainier.

SPECTRUM ARTS -- Maryellen Shafer, paintings on silk, Marcia Favrot, gouache and colored pencil on handmade paper, opens Wednesday, continuing through Aug. 30. Mixed media works by Caroline Orner; paintings by Dennis Frings and other local artists, through Saturday at 766-B Walker Road, Great Falls, Va.

WASHINGTON WOMEN'S ARTS CENTER -- Four Installations, by five artists, opens Tuesday, continuing through July 24 at 1821 Q Street NW