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Among the images on display at Kress Gallery are “Morning Light,” left, by Sarah Malinak, and “Kizuna (Bond),” below, by Keiko Von Holt. (The Spokesman-Review)
Among the images on display at Kress Gallery are “Morning Light,” left, by Sarah Malinak, and “Kizuna (Bond),” below, by Keiko Von Holt. (The Spokesman-Review)

If you go

“Bokuseki (ink traces)”

What: An art exhibit in conjunction with Japan Week 2009, including Sumi-e (Japanese brush painting), silk embroidery, Ikebana flower arrangement, sculpted Washi dolls, pottery and other works by Keiko Von Holt, Richard Bohn, Margaret Cook, Sherry Lee, Kurt Madison, Sarah Malinak, Martena Peterson, Ratree Shadduck, Dennis Twenge, Olivia Waterman, Machi Fadeley, Patti Osebold and Lee McLeron.

When: Through April 29; opening reception Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.

Where: Kress Gallery, River Park Square, third level (past the food court), 808 W. Main Ave.

Cost: Free

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