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    Christian French will show his recent series of color photographs at the King County Art Gallery in an exhibition through July 26. French himself will be on hand for the reception of his exhibition July 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. The gallery can be found on the 11th floor of the Smith Tower, 506 2nd Ave., in downtown Seattle. The gallery is open Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 p.m.

   The Shoreline Community College Gallery presents paintings by Cynthia Yatchman through July 16. The gallery is located in the Administration Building of Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave. North. Summer hours are 8-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

   The Arts Council of Snohomish displays the For The Birds mixed-media exhibit through July 11 and Joan Pinney's watercolor paintings through August 20. Call 259-0380.

   The Seattle Art Museum will feature a number of forums devoted to Beyond The Tanabata Bridge: A Textile Journey in Japan. Examples of the textiles will be shown through September 15, with special exhibitions at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and 6 p.m. on Sundays. Call 206-654-3100.

   The Seattle Asian Art Museum offers Adornment For Eternity: Status and Rank in Chinese Ornament through July 14, as well as a small Chinese shadow puppet installation through the fall, and summer tea and flower festivals on July 21 and August 18 at noon. Call 206-654-3100.

   Lily Eng's acrylic paintings will be displayed at the Island Trader Gallery through July 11. Call 527-7939.

   The UW Women's Center Imogen Cunningham Gallery will exhibit works by Mary Flynn-Gillies through July 19. Call 685-1090.

   Paintings by Marjorie Masel will be on display at the Anderson Glover Gallery through July 15. Along with her, Aristotle Georgiades will be displaying his sculptures at the same time. Call (206) 739-0303.

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