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Art shows, gallery exhibits

    The Seattle Asian Art Museum will hold a Mid Autumn Festival Sept. 29, noon-4 p.m. The event features storytelling, music, and crafts, and features the exhibition "Vietnamese Ceramics: A Separate Tradition." Call 654-3100.

   A photographic exhibit of the Wildlife of Juanita Bay Park is on display at the Kirkland Library through Sept. 30. It features work by W.E. Osborn, 78-year-old amateur wildlife photographer and park ranger. Call 820-6469.

   Over thirty wood engravings of rural people and villages of 1920s France, Italy, and Yugoslavia by the popular British-American artist Clare Leighton are on exhibit at Carolyn Staley Fine Prints in Seattle Oct. 4-Nov. 16. Call 621-1888.

   Bel-Square Art and Frame will feature original pastels by Nancy Coffelt, a Northwest artist, Oct. 3-Nov. 1. Preview and champagne reception will be Oct. 3rd, 7-9 p.m. at Bellevue Square. Poster signing will be Oct. 5th, 1-3 p.m. Call 454-0823 for more information.

   Recent work by oil painter Erika Bass will be exhibited at the King County Art Gallery located on the 11th floor of the Smith Tower in downtown Seattle, Oct. 3-Nov. 1. Call 296-7580 for information.

   The Wing Luke Asian Museum presents Intimate Sketches of Philip Kan Gotanda, a lecture and screening of his films Drinking Tea and The Kiss, Oct. 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Nippon Kan Theatre in Seattle's International District. Call 623-5124.

   The Burke Museum will host Maui's Turning Back the Sky: Contemporary Hawaiian Art, Oct. 3 through Jan. 26. Call 543-5590 for details. New works by printmakers from Sev Shoon Arts Center are featured at Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland through Oct. 6. Call 739-0303.

   Roger Shimomura: Paintings, Prints, Installation, and Performance, a multi-dimensional exhibition, is on display at the Bellevue Art Museum through Dec. 1. Call 454-3322.

   The Eastside Association of Fine Arts celebrates its twentieth year with its Annual Fall Members' Exhibition entitled "Autumn Splendor" at Bellevue's Meydenbauer Center through Oct. 29. Call 828-8592.

   Seattle Art Museum Rental/Sales Gallery presents New Abstraction, a mixed-media group show, through Oct. 19. Call 625-8997.

   Seafirst Gallery presents the Korean Artists Association of Washington State's sixth annual membership exhibition and student art awards through Nov. 8 at Columbia Seafirst Center. Call 585-3200.

   The Art Institute of Seattle presents Magic: The Gathering, an exhibit of original illustrations, through Oct. 10. Call 448-0900.

   A photography exhibit by Rebecca Loveless entitiled Making the Leap: Selections from the Island Series is on display at FrameWright Gallery in Bothell through Oct. 23. Call 483-7385.

   Local artist Debra Stuckgold's new work In the Realm Of Memory, a collection of mixed media drawings that memorialize the tragedies of humankind, is on display at the College Gallery on the main campus of Shoreline Community College through Oct. 15. Call 546-4774.

   Cornish College of the Arts 1996 Furniture and Light Exhibition features over 50 works by alumni, faculty, and students at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland Oct. 10-Nov. 10. Call 739-0303.

   The Arts Council of Snohomish County presents The Art of Recycling through Nov. 7 at the Everett Center for the Arts. Call 259-0380.

   Recent paintings by Linda Hagemann are featured at Interior Art and Frame in Kirkland through Oct. 2. Call 827-5324.

   Works by artist Catherine Foster will be exhibited at the Bon Marche Gallery in Seattle through Oct. 31. Call 850-3792.

   Sculptures by Ross Brown will be on exhibit at the Anderson Glover Gallery in Kirkland through Oct. 6. Call 739-0303.

   Lakeshore Gallery in Kirkland will feature V.I.P.s, a celebration of love for pets, through Oct. 12. Call 827-0606.

   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.