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Galleries with new exhibits and receptions are indicated with a . For complete listings, see www.spokane7.com. Please send information about upcoming exhibits to features@spokesman.com.

Eastern Washington

Artisans at Dahmen BarnWorks by Colton School students. 419 N. Park Way, Uniontown. (509) 229-3414.

Avenue West Gallery “Every Bloomin’ Thing,” oil paintings. 707 W. Main Ave., Suite B11. (509) 838-4999.

Bank Left Gallery Paintings and handmade prints by Ariel Zakarison, through Saturday. 100 S. Bridge St., Palouse. (509) 878-8425.

Brick Wall Gallery Photography by Brent Flint and Ken Jubala. 530 W. Main Ave. (509) 928-7721.

Chase Gallery“Hotel Spokane: Hope in the Midst of Despair,” a group exhibit created by artist/writer teams. 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. (509) 625-6050.

Clearstory Art Gallery “Listen to my Eyes,” portraits by Casey Lynch. Life Center Foursquare Church, 1202 N. Government Way. (509) 499-2678.

Dodson’s Jewelers “Spring Wings and Wild Things,” works by Shelle Lindholm. 516 W. Riverside Ave. (509) 624-4163.

Downtown Library “Bloomsday Through the Years,” showcases official Bloomsday posters from 1977 to the present. 906 W. Main Ave. (509) 444-5307.

Forza Coffee Watercolors, acrylics, photography and alcohol inks by artists Joy Gruenewald, Pennie Wood and Rebecca Tifft. 2829 E. 29th Ave. Free. (509) 744-0384.

Jundt Art MuseumGU Senior Thesis Art Exhibition, through Saturday. Also: “Chihuly: Tradition and Transformation,” drawings and glass sculpture from Dale Chihuly, in the Arcade Gallery. Gonzaga University, 502 E. Boone Ave. (509) 313-6613.

Kolva-Sullivan Gallery “Transitions” mixed media paintings and sculptures. 115 S. Adams St., Suite A. (509) 458-5517.

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture “SPO-Ma: Spokane Modern Architecture 1948-73,” when a small group of modern architects began practicing in Spokane in the late 1940s, they changed more than the city’s skyline. Also: “David Douglas: A Naturalist at Work,” a look at the work and travels of Scottish naturalist David Douglas (1799-1834). Also: “Lasting Heritage,” using stories and human-made objects to articulate the spiritual and visceral links between ancient people, modern tribal people and their lands. 2316 W. First Ave. $7/adults, $5/seniors and students with ID, free/age 5 and younger. (509) 456-3931.

Bryan Oliver Gallery Whitworth Senior Art Exhibit. Whitworth University, Lied Center for the Visual Arts, 300 W. Hawthorne Road. (509) 777-3258.

Pacific Flyway Gallery “The Carousel in May,” with artists Linda Besse, Lorraine Krank, Judy Hankel and others. 409 S. Dishman Mica Road, Spokane Valley. (509) 747-0812.

Pottery Place Plus “Timeless Translucence,” fine furniture by Dan McGrew; and watercolors by Rebecca Smith. 203 N. Washington St. (509) 327-6920.

Saranac Art Projects “Unpack/Repack,” by Lance Sinnema and “Alley Artifacts,” drawings by Scott Kolbo. 25 W. Main Ave. (509) 363-5325.

South Perry Pizza Acrylic on Masonite by Tina Sanger, through Wednesday. 1011 S. Perry St. (509) 290-6047.

Spokane Falls Community College Abstract works by Todd Kelly, through today. Fine Arts Building, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive. (509) 533-3710.

Tinman Gallery “Visions of the Palouse,” works by Leonard Heid, through Saturday. 811 W. Garland Ave. (509) 325-1500.

Washington State University “A Dynamic Photographic Legacy of Nimiipuu.” Washington State University’s Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections and the students of History 529: Interpreting History through Material Culture showcase photos in the National Park Service Nez Perce Historic Images Collection. Pullman. (509) 335-9671.

Washington State University Gallery “Becoming,” traveling exhibit by four U.S. photographers which examines childhood through moments of family, humor, intrigue and drama. Fine Arts Building, Gallery 3 (adjacent to the WSU Art Museum), Pullman. (509) 335-7025.

WSU Museum of Art “Carlos Gomez: A Socialist-Abstract-Surrealist,” is the Curator’s Choice and shows the artist currently exploring multi-technique painting and drawing for this exhibit. Thursday through July 20, with reception Thursday at 6 p.m. Fine Arts Center on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium, Pullman. (509) 335-1910.

North Idaho

BookPeople Works by Elizabeth Sloan, Wil Smiley and Nick Beymer. 521 S. Main St., Moscow. (208) 882-2669.

Entree Gallery “Wind, Water and Time,” art by Sam Bates, through May, with reception Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. with light refreshments and flowers for mothers. 1755 Reeder Bay Road, Priest Lake. (208) 443-2001.

Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center Landscape show, through today. 405 N. William St., Post Falls. (208) 457-8950.

Moscow Food Co-Op City of Moscow’s Wisecape Award Program exhibits photos promoting water-efficient landscaping on the Palouse, today through June 12. 121 E. Fifth St., Moscow. (208) 882-8537.

Museum of North Idaho“Shaping the Handle: Idaho Territory 1863-1890,” explores what was happening in the Idaho Panhandle during those years. 115 Northwest Blvd., Coeur d’Alene. $3/adults, $1/ages 6-16, free/age 5 and younger. Free parking pass may be requested at desk. (208) 664-3448.

NIC Corner Gallery NIC Student Art Show. Boswell Hall, 1000 W. Garden Ave., Coeur d’Alene. Free. (208) 769-3276.

Third Street Gallery“Larry Ellingson: Lost-and-Found Sculpture.” Moscow City Hall, second and third floors, 206 E. Third St., Moscow. (208) 883-7036.



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