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Gallery Listings

Thu., Jan. 7, 2010

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Avenue West Gallery - “Beginning,” nature and Native-inspired works by Sarah Prior including paintings, drums and rattles. 122 S. Monroe St. (509) 838-4999

Barrister Winery - Photographs by John Wood, Friday through Feb. 1; reception Friday, 5-7 p.m., with guitar music by “Lonesome” Lyle Morse 7-10 p.m. 1213 W. Railroad Ave. (509) 993-9310

Bryan Oliver Gallery - “What Are You Laughing At?” Whitworth faculty exhibit with works in various media. Whitworth University, Ernst F. Lied Center for the Visual Arts, Room 201. (509) 777-3258

Chase Gallery - “The Art of the Carrousel,” works by Michael Gass, Nona Hengen, Betty Largent, Lorraine Krank and Jessie Swanson, plus Loof Carrousel artifacts. 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. (509) 625-6050

Clearstory Gallery - “Job & Paul: The Enigma of Faith.” Life Center Foursquare Church, 1202 N. Government Way. (509) 327-4422

Elk Public House - Paintings by Melissa Cole. 1931 W. Pacific Ave. (509) 363-1973

Gordy’s Sichuan Café’ - Watercolors by Keiko Von Holt. 501 E. 30th Ave. (509) 747-1170

Huckleberry’s - “String of Heart Series,” mixed media acrylic paintings by Felisa Carranza. 926 S. Monroe St. (509) 953-3312

Jundt Art Museum - “The Holy Family,” prints and creches depicting the nativity. Gonzaga University, 202 E. Cataldo Ave. (509) 313-6611

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture - “Jumpin’ With the Big Bands,” the story of jazz and swing from its earliest roots to its popular triumph during the Big Band Era of the 1930s and 1940s. “Art and People: The Spokane Art Center and the Great Depression,” works by artists from the Depression-era art school. “Plateau Celebrations: Cultural Transitions in the Indian Reservation Era,” Nespelem Art Colony paintings, horse regalia, clothing, and archival photos from the 1930s. “Living Legacy: the American Indian Collection” displays all of the Manning American Indian Collection acquired in 1916, the founding collection of the MAC. Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. $7/adults, $5/seniors and students, free/age 5 and younger. 2316 W. First Ave. (509) 456-3931

On Sacred Grounds - Third annual amateur show and sale, Tuesday through Jan. 26. 12212 E. Palouse Highway, Valleyford. (509) 747-6294

Pottery Place Plus - Wool fibers and yarns by Jacquetta Holcomb; reception Friday, 5-8 p.m.. 203 N. Washington St. (509) 327-6920

Spokane Falls Community College - “Stew,” works collected by SFCC fine arts faculty; reception today, 2-3:30 p.m. SFCC Fine Arts Gallery, Building 6, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive. (509) 533-3710

Tinman Gallery - Mini-Studio Month with works by Tom O’Day, Margot Casstevens, Kurt Madison, Summer Moon Scriver and Iris Graville; reception Friday, 5-9 p.m.; O’Day book signing Saturday, 1 p.m. 811 W. Garland Ave. (509) 325-1500


Moscow Food Co-op - Three-dimensional works using aerial land imagery over topographical textures by William Schlosser, Friday through Feb. 11; opening reception Friday, 5:30-7 p.m. Deli Gallery, 121 E. Fifth St., Moscow. (208) 882-8537

Third Street Gallery - “The Lost Art of Handwriting,” works by students from area schools, through Friday. Mondays-Fridays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Moscow City Hall, second and third floors, 206 E. Third St, Moscow. (208) 882-7036

University of Idaho/Prichard Art Gallery - Annual faculty art exhibit. 414/416 S. Main St., Moscow. (208) 885-3586

Eastern Washington

Cheney Historical Museum - “Making Memories: Winter 2008-2009,” community photographs from a heavy snowfall. Fridays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 420 First St., Cheney. (509) 235-9015

Moses Lake Museum & Art Center - Juried exhibition of works by Eastern Washington artists, Friday through Feb. 5; reception Friday, 6 p.m. 228 W. Third Ave., Moses Lake. (509) 766-9395

Wawawai Canyon Winery - “Artists in Wood: New Expressions,” works by Palouse area master woodworkers. 5602 State Route 270, Pullman. (509) 336-9316


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