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Graham Downing Workshop

Sat Aug 2, 1–4 pm, Sat Sept 13, 1–4 pm.

Starting at the museum, you'll head in unspecified, yet-to-be-determined directions as an exercise in yielding to intuition. "Routines are the chains that restrict wild instinct!" Downing says. He'll lead the pack, and he's a Seattle artist who's shown at NEPO House, LxWxH, Blindfold, and elsewhere. He's also a member of Jet City Improv. Free.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave

2014 KAC Artists' Exhibition

Through Sept 13.

2014 KAC Artists' Exhibition: Juried this year by Michael Monroe, director emeritus of the Bellevue Arts Museum. Free.

Kirkland Arts Center
620 Market St

Wild Times

Tues–Sun. Through Sept 14.

Wild Times: A series of happenings centered on the digital work being created by artist Susan Robb while she's hiking the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail this summer. The programs in this series will explore contemporary conceptions of "wildness" as well as Robb's work. Free.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave

Your Feast Has Ended: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes, Nicholas Galanin, and Nep Sidhu

Tues–Sun. Through Sept 14.

Your Feast Has Ended: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes, Nicholas Galanin, and Nep Sidhu Your Feast Has Ended: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes, Nicholas Galanin, and Nep Sidhu: Swastikas, Macklemore, rape-whistle jewelry, and more—a must-see. Free.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave

Summer Field Studies

Through Sept 14.

Summer Field Studies: Located in the Henry lobby, this series includes special installations and pieces from Clyde Peterson, Tessa Hulls, Joanne Lepreore, and others.

Henry Art Gallery
15th Ave NE and NE 41st St

Waterfront Arts Market

Fri–Sun. Through Sept 14.

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The third annual Seattle Parks-sponsored summer venue for local artists, designers, and craftspeople to sell their wares, open to the public from 10 am to dusk Fridays through Sundays all summer (except June 8).

Pier 57
1301 Alaskan Way

Romson Bustillo

Mon–Sun. Through Sept 20.

Romson Bustillo: Patterned, layered works on paper that recall Southeast Asian form and line. Free.

Eva Isaksen

Mon–Sun. Through Sept 20.

Eva Isaksen: Mixed-media printmaking and collage from the Norwegian-born artist. Free.

Hear My Train a Comin': Hendrix Hits London

Mon–Sun. Through Sept 20.

Hear My Train a Comin': Hendrix Hits London: Hendrix would have been 70 this year, and this exhibit, like the museum in which it is housed, pays homage to the man. Specifically, his performance at London’s Saville Theatre on June 4, 1967, during which he did some guitar-smashing. $23.

Jenny Andersen

Mon–Sun. Through Sept 20.

Jenny Andersen: More than 50 sculptures and vessels by the Bainbridge ceramics artist. Free.

Max Grover

Mon–Sun. Through Sept 20.

Max Grover: New paintings inspired by the Port Townsend artist's "collections of souvenirs, toys, statuettes, and ephemera," also included in the show. Free.

Curtis R. Barnes: The Unicorn Incorporated

Tues–Sun. Through Sept 21.

Curtis R. Barnes: The Unicorn Incorporated Curtis R. Barnes: The Unicorn Incorporated: A retrospective of the Seattle artist who co-created the Omowale Mural at Medgar Evers Pool—sorrowfully, since removed—as well as politically charged illustrations throughout the '60s, '70s, and '80s. Free.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave

Lost in the Memory Palace: Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller

Mon–Sun. Through Sept 21.

Lost in the Memory Palace: Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: A survey of these married Canadian collaborators, who've worked in video, audio, and new-media installation. Their immersive pieces have been seen in Canada and around the world since the early '90s. Free.

Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby St

At Your Service

Tues–Sun. Through Sept 21.

At Your Service: Works by 10 artists responding to the everyday object known as the plate. $10.

Bellevue Arts Museum
510 Bellevue Way NE

Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami

Tues–Sun. Through Sept 21.

Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami: An origami showcase featuring 150 works by 40 international artists from 16 countries. $10.

Bellevue Arts Museum
510 Bellevue Way NE

Frye Salon

Tues–Sun. Through Sept 21.

Frye Salon: The permanent collection as it was seen in the home of Charles and Emma Frye. Free.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave

Out of Bounds

Starts Aug. 6. Wed–Sun. Through Sept 21.

Out of Bounds: Work from Lori Duckstein, Eric Edgerton, Kate Harkins, Michael Lowe, and Tara McDermott. In the guest gallery, Ken Matsudaira and Melanie King curated an exhibition of Japanese art to coincide with the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing. Free.

Columbia City Gallery
4864 Rainier Ave S

David Ivan Clark

Starts Sept. 4. Tues–Sat. Through Sept 24.

David Ivan Clark: Oil color fields (highly abstracted landscapes, most of the way past the point of recognition) on birch and steel panels. Free.

Gallery IMA
123 S Jackson St

Steven Miller: Les Fleurs du Male

Starts Sept. 4. Mon–Fri. Through Sept 25.

Steven Miller: Les Fleurs du Male Steven Miller: Les Fleurs du Male: A series of photographs by Miller that look like stills from an unrealized homoerotic prison film by Guy Maddin. Free.

Gallery4Culture
101 Prefontaine Pl S

Justin Gibbens: Avatars and Shape-Shifters

Starts Sept. 4. Thurs–Sat. Through Sept 27.

Justin Gibbens: Avatars and Shape-Shifters Justin Gibbens: Avatars and Shape-Shifters: Watercolor reflections on a trip to India, and on other reflection-worthy stuff as well. Free.

Punch Gallery
119 Prefontaine Pl S

Press Start III: Turbo Edtion

Starts Aug. 30. Tues–Sun. Through Sept 27.

Press Start III: Turbo Edition: In conjunction with the PAX convention, the gallery puts together its third annual show of video-game-inspired artwork. Free.

LTD. Art Gallery
307 E Pike St

Handiedan, Glenn Barr

Starts Sept. 4. Wed–Sun. Through Sept 27.

Handiedan, Glenn Barr: Mixed-media collage riffs on pinup girl iconography by Handiedan. Pop surrealism by Barr. Free.

Roq La Rue
532 First Ave S

Jeff Olson: A River Runs Through It

Starts Sept. 3. Wed–Sat. Through Sept 27.

Jeff Olson: A River Runs Through It Jeff Olson: A River Runs Through It: Brightly colored acrylics that focus on articulated brushstrokes. Free.

CORE
117 Prefontaine Place S

John Kiley, Hiroshi Yamano

Starts Sept. 4. Tues–Sat. Through Sept 27.

John Kiley, Hiroshi Yamano: Kiley's works are fairly minimalist glass sculpture. Yamano's sculptures are less minimalist, but still largely glass. Free.

Traver Gallery
110 Union St #200

Look Closely

Starts Sept. 4. Mon–Sun. Through Sept 27.

Look Closely Look Closely: Featuring 2-D works by Nikki McClure and Thomas Stream and 3-D pieces from Courtney Lipson. Free.

Stonington Gallery
125 S Jackson St

 

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