DAVENPORT MUSEUM OF ART offers ``Expressions in Wood: Masterworks from the Wornick Collection.'' The turned wood pieces will be on view through Sept. 13.
STUDIO 15'S September exhibit is ``Rustle of Fall,'' works by Shirley Bahns, Marilyn Bindewald, Janice Bybee, Verna Craighead, Caroline England, Joyce Glasner, Shirley Heysinger, Ann Kinney, Naomi Komatar-Lawrence, Betty Luther, Randy Lewis, Zenaida O'Rourke, Ed Sigler, Leonard Swanson, Kathleen Van Hyfte, Beverly Walker and Charles White.
QUAD CITY ARTS will exhibit ``Bridges,'' the work of 30 artists, through Sept. 25. The bridges of the title will be of every kind -- from the concrete to the emotional or psychic.
BETTENDORF PUBLIC LIBRARY features the watercolors of 10-year-old Randyl Mohr and the paintings and drawings of Kathleen Lawless Cox in September.
ROCK ISLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY features works by members of Studio 15 through September.
MOLINE PUBLIC LIBRARY'S Reher Gallery will open ``Artfully Bridging the Gap,'' a multi-generational exhibit, on Sept. 12.
The MIDCOAST FINE ARTS GALLERY, Mississippi Valley Welcome Center, LeClaire, presents the oil paintings of Harold Martin through September.
MUSCATINE ART CENTER presents works by Judith Spencer and Rich King, ``Image and Surface,'' through Sept. 27. Ms. Spencer is a potter and ceramic sculptor. Her husband, Rich King, is a mixed media artist. The artists' reception is from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 10.
Exhibits at the UNIVERSITY OF IOWA MUSEUM OF ART are ``Contemporary Indian Miniature Painting,'' mostly by artists from Rajasthan, through Oct. 18 and paintings and collages by Weldon Kees, an American avant-garde artist of the '40s and '50s who disappeared in 1955 and is presumed dead, through Oct. 25.