APRIL 14, 1997

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Art shows, gallery exhibits

   The Art Annex in Snohomish is hosting a show featuring original works and prints of twelve local women artists April 19 from 10-5 p.m., and April 20 from 12-5 p.m. There will be special appearances by artists Cynthie Fisher (wildlife art), Kim McElroy (equine art), Doris Jean Colvin (landscapes), Cinda Dow (realistic/impressionism art), Cheryl Hufnagel (variety of subjects), Marsha Lippert (landscapes), C.J. Marin (variety of subjects), Roseann Reed (wildlife art), Brenda Sanchez (memorabilia), Frances Rehn (pyrography), Katherine Zecca (wildlife art), Lucille Healy (glass beads/metal work), and Joanne VanWyck (jewelry). A special preview and a "meet-the-artists" night will be held April 18 from 5-9 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Call for information: (360) 668-9525. Admission is free to both events.

   Applications are now available for the 1998 Art Gallery Program of the King County Arts Comission. Deadline is June 11. Exhibiting artists are required to install their own shows. Artists receive a $400 honorarium for participating in this program. Call 296-8674, or e-mail helen.lessick@metrokc.gov.

   The Artifacts Gallery, on Main St. in Duvall, presents the Seri Indian Benefit Exhibition through April 20. Call 788-1805.

   The Nelson/Rovzar Gallery presents Northwest landscapes by Christa Malay through May 4. The gallery is located at 118 Central Way, Kirkland; call 880-4278.

   The Eastside Association of Fine Arts presents its 21st Annual Juried Art Exhibition at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center through June 22. Times will be from 6:00 a.m.-12 midnight daily. Call 746-9605.

   The Nordic Heritage Museum is displaying the exhibit Norwegian Folk Art: The Migration of a Tradition through May 31. For more information, call 789-5708.

   The Museum of History & Industry invites you to view Roycroft Desktop through June 2. For more information, call 206-324-1126.