Eighteen artists explore the depths of human emotion through portraits at Flow Art Space, the second to last show in the gallery before owner Melissa May Metzler moves to Salt Lake City. Featuring 179 pieces — including paintings, photography, drawings, mixed-media, and sculpture — “Heart and Soul: Portraiture and the Body” includes artists from 10 different states, each selected through an open-call process. Their work illuminates the human condition through their focus on the human body and expression. Among the featured are Minneapolis-based artist Christopher E. Harrison, who incorporates masks into his work; Tyler Evin, whose expressive drawings explore psychological territory; and Katie Schwehr, who draws on personal memory for her artwork. There will be an opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, January 7.