The Fine Arts Show featuring work made using heat in the creative process will be held at the Anderson Glover Gallery through Sept. 8. Call 739-0303.
Lisa Clayton and Pier Giorgio Fiorentini will be the featured artists during September at Parkland Gallery in Kirkland. Call 827-1462.
Works by artist Catherine Foster will be exhibited at the Bon Marche Gallery in Seattle Sept. 1-Oct. 31. Call 850-3792.
The King County Art Gallery, located in the Smith Tower in downtown Seattle, will feature Striped Shorts, Spaceboys & Stuff Sept. 5-27. Call 296-7580.
The Art Institute of Seattle presents Magic: The Gathering, an exhibit of original illustrations, through Oct. 10. An opening reception is planned for Sept. 4 at 4:30 p.m. RSVP at 448-0900.
Stockholm: Midsummer Light, a photography exhibit, and landscapes by Patrick Huse will be featured at the Nordic Heritage Museum beginning Sept. 13. Call 789-5707.
Sculptures by Ross Brown will be on exhibit at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland Sept. 12-Oct. 6. An artists' reception is planned for the 12th from 6 to 9 p.m. Call 739-0303.
Lakeshore Gallery in Kirkland will feature V.I.P.s, a celebration of love for pets, on Sept. 12, with an opening from 6-9 p.m. through Oct. 12. Call 827-0606.
The Sculpture and Paintings of Michael R. Bristow will run through September 9 at the Shoreline Community College Gallery. Call 546-4774.
The 9th Annual Juried Art Show will run at the Monte Cristo in Everett through September 5. Call 259-0380.
The Bellevue Public Library will exhibit Fahrenheit '96: Solid.Liquid.Solid, An International Fire Arts Symposium through October 4. Call 641-2954.
The Seattle Asian Art Museum features Kesa, The Elegance of Japanese Monks' Robes through November 3.
Early 20th century Japanese woodblock prints will be featured at Carolyn Staley Fine Prints on First Ave. South in Seattle. Call 621-1888.
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.