You never know what you’ll see, past all the stacks of T-shirts, in the gallery in the back of the Toyroom (907 K Street). But you know it’s going to be fun. I Hear It Rains Up There is another take on the human condition—and the Portland climate—on display until October 14. Guy Burwell’s acrylics move your eye across narrow panels punctuated by colored staccato charges. Follow those to find a humorous heap of limbs akimbo, connected to somebody who’s had too much—of the booze, or of the madding crowd or of the nine-to-five—as in “Pickles Rubino.” The fanged, blank-eyed figures in Ryan Bubnis’ paintings don’t seem much better off, but Bwana Spoons’ “Jessica’s Palace” offers a rosier, idyllic life, with a bulbous ultimate tree house in a world of softly mounded hills and spirals rolling in salmon-pink clouds. For more information, call (916) 446-1400.