MAY 12, 1997

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   The watercolor Sisters (above), by Donna Rae Roundtree of Bothell, won the first place award at the Eastside Association of Fine Arts 21st Annual Art Exhibition currently on view at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Level 2 Galleria at 8th and Pike St. in Seattle. The exhibit will continue through June 22. Other local artists whose work is on exhibit includes Hal Sutherland, Teddi Hosman, Vanessa Jensen, and Karla Rasmussen, all of Bothell.

Gail Hornsby Thompson

   Works by Northshore artist Gail Hornsby Thompson (above) will be displayed through June 18 at FrameWright Gallery in Bothell. Thompson works in acrylics, and her paintings can be described as "contemporary impressionism." She uses rich colors, capturing life's small dramas in people-oriented scenes of cafes, bars, and restaurants. The gallery is located at 18104 102nd Ave NE in downtown Bothell (in the Mercantile Building at 102nd and Main Street). Call 483-7385 for further information.

   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 Washington State Convention & Trade Center presents No Boundaries '96-'97 through June 21. For more information, call 782-3565.

   The Bellevue Art Museum presents Plywood and Memory and Reconstructing Memory: Sanctuary and Desire through June 15. Admission is $3. For more information, call 454-3322, ext.108.

   The Mercer Island Gallery presents Images and Handicrafts of India through June 18. For more information, call 236-3545.

   The Frye Art Museum presents American Art through June 22. Admission is free. Call 622-9250 for more information.

   The Lakeshore Gallery presents Spring Fever through June 12. For hours and more information, call 827-0606.

   The Summer Song Gallery presents Oaxaca Series by Jimmy Malecki through May 31. For hours or more information on the Gallery, call 329-1377.

   Shoreline Community College presents their College Gallery from May 12-June 11. The gallery is open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m., in Building 1000. Call 546-4717.

   Carolyn Staley Fine Prints is showing a collection of 19th and 20th century Japanese prints through June 30. Hours are Tues.-Sat., 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 621-1888 for more information.

   Interior Art and Frame Gallery is seeking artwork in all media from women artists who are residents of King County. No entry fees; send 3-5 slides, current resumé, and a self-addressed stamped envelope for return of slides to: Lisa Sheets; P.O. Box 1374; Duvall, WA 98019. Deadline is June 1. For more information, call 788-2831.

   The Anderson Glover Gallery presents Peggy Hitchcock, George-Marie Glover, and Harold Balazs through May 18. For more information, call 739-0303.

   Gardens & Sunspaces, 15611 Main St. in Duvall, presents a select show of Celtic Art, through June 15. Call 788-9844.

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