There is a dreamlike, almost impossible intimacy to Seattle artist Klara Glosova. She’s been known to precisely re-create a pair of children’s underwear in painted ceramic and leave them lying on the lawn, for instance. I (and maybe you too) have been in her shower, on her bed, in her children’s bedrooms, at her kitchen counter—Glosova runs NEPO House, where she hosts art events gleefully grafted onto her family’s domestic life. This new gallery show is her alone, in a set of ceramics, photography, and sketches that “connect here/now reality with her personal mythology, deeply buried beneath consciousness.” (Gallery4Culture, 101 Prefontaine Pl S,, 6–8 pm, free, through June 28)