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art & galleries

Art shows, gallery exhibits

    Wood 'N You Gallery in Kirkland presents watercolors by William Kent and bronze sculptures by William Leistikow through June 7. Call 827-6835.

   The 17th Annual Exhibition of Student Work will run through June 11 at Shoreline Community College. Call 546-4774.

   Admission is free to the 9th Annual Best Show of commercial photography May 28-July 18 at the Art Institute of Seattle Gallery. Call 448-0900.

   The Wing Luke Asian Museum will open "Beyond the Rock Garden: Craft Forms for a New World" May 23. An opening reception is set for May 23 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call 329-1225.

   UW Master of Fine Arts candidates will be exhibiting thesis work at the Center on Contemporary Arts in Seattle through June 12. Call 543-0970.

   Selected works of Janice Maher and Lynda Rockwood will be featured at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland through June 9. Call 739-0303.

   Interior Art & Frame is currently featuring paintings by Louis Anderson at their Kirkland gallery through May 30. Call 827-5234.

   Color woodblock prints from Japan's "floating world" period are on exhibit at Carolyn Staley Fine Prints through June 29. Call 621-1888.

   The Eastside Association of Fine Arts will present its 20th annual Juried Art Show at the Moss Bay Gallery in Kirkland through June 2. Call 488-9535.

   An exhibit of historic ships in the Puget Sound area will be presented at the King County Gallery through May 30. Call 296-7580.

   Kenneth Behm Galleries will feature work by Alvar through May 30 at the Alderwood Mall Gallery. Call 744-9000.

   Bellevue Community College's Gallery Space presents "Down South, Up North" through May 23. Call 641-2632.

   The Meydenbauer Convention Center will host the annual invitational show of Signature members of the NW Watercolor Society through June 9. Call 454-6605.

   The unique works of Dillon Works! Inc. will be featured through May 22 at the Art Institute of Seattle. Call 448-0900.

   Seattle University's Patricia Wismer Center for Women is exhibiting a collection of terra cotta pottery pieces created by the Sasak women of Lombok, Indonesia, through May 31. Call 296-2524.