CONSOLIDATED WORKS
500 Boren Ave N, 381-3218.

FROZEN MOMENTS

Six works about the permutations of memory. Through June 27.

HENRY ART GALLERY
15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280.

MASTER OF FINE ARTS 2004

See what the young smarty-pantses are up to. Opening reception Fri May 28, 6 pm. Through June 20.

SEATTLE ART MUSEUM
100 University St, 654-3100.

VAN GOGH TO MONDRIAN: MODERN ART FROM THE KRÖLLER-MÜLLER MUSEUM

Major works by major artists, courtesy of a Dutch collection. Opening gala Sat May 29, 9 am-9 pm. Through Sept 12.

SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM
Volunteer Park, 654-3100.

KOREAN SENSIBILITIES: THE EVOLUTION OF FORM

Objects in diverse media from the museum's collection. Ongoing.

LARGER THAN LIFE HEROES

The heroes are sumo wrestlers, and the exhibition is of prints from the Draeger collection. Through Aug 29.

THE WRIGHT EXHIBITION SPACE
407 Dexter Ave N, 264-8200.

THE FIGURE IN CONTEMPORARY ART

Thirty works from the Wrights' collection, including one of those newish Eric Fischls everyone's talking about. Through June 18.

GALLERY OPENINGS


KAMALA-DOLPHIN KINGSLEY

New work, with animals doing what animals do in a style that's part psychedelic, part fairy tale. Opening reception Wed June 2, 6-9 pm. Joe Bar, 810 E Roy St, 324-0407. Through June 30.

PAUL THOMAS

New work in Cartoon Fallout. Opening reception Fri May 28, 5-9 pm. Otis Cafe, 1005 Boren Ave, 342-9866. Through June 30.

FINAL WEEK


KYNAN ANTOS

New paintings about the life cycle of the jellyfish. Bluebottle Art Gallery, 415 E Pine St, 325-1592. Through May 29.

ART OF MARITIME MODELING

Scale models of ships, and artistic interpretations thereof. Gallery 4Culture, 506 Second Ave, Suite 200, 296-7580. Through May 28.

SUSAN BENNERSTROM, ROBERT CONNELL

Bennerstrom was inspired by poet Suzanne Paola for a series of pastels called Bed (sheets, blankets, light); River is paintings of objects clarified and distorted by water. Connell uses a calligraphic ink style to make surprisingly vivid landscapes. Davidson Galleries, 313 Occidental Ave S, 624-7684. Through May 29.

BETSY BEST-SPADARO, CHRIS BUENING

Best-Spadaro's collages of old works (her own) have a quilted quality; Buening is a kind of surreal doodler. Gallery 110, 110 S Washington St, 624-9336. Through May 29.

SUZANNE BETZ

Mixed-media paintings on Mylar. Patricia Cameron Fine Art, 105 S Main St #204, 343-9647. Through May 31.

EVAN BLACKWELL AND MARC LAWRENCE

Discarded objects transformed into minimalist sculpture. Somehow the works look like they grew out of the walls, instead of being installed on them. Capitol Hill Arts Center, 1621 12th Ave, 388-0501. Through May 29.

MAUREEN BROGAN

Abstract works--taking as their subject the 25-hour day and inspired by an image delivered by the Mars Orbital Camera. ACE Studios, 619 Western Ave, 623-1288. Through May 31.

DIEM CHAU

New paintings in Stirring Smoke. Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave, 322-7030. Through May 31.

DAVID CHICK, AMY BATES, PATRICK GIRGEN

Three experimental photographers, in Pinholes and Plastics. Forgotten Works Gallery, 619 Western Ave, 343-7212. Through June 1.

DERON COHEN

Oil paintings by the San Diego artist. The Nico Gallery, 619 Western Ave, second floor, 229-4593. Through May 29.

HEATHER COLE

The human body, rendered in stone. Post Alley Sculpture Garden, 1413 Post Alley, 382-1001. Through May 31.

MICHAEL EASTMAN, ADELE SYPESTEYN

Eastman focuses on Europe's architecture in large-scale C-prints (the Tickle Me Elmo of the art world these days); Sypesteyn's collage-paintings also have an architectural feel. Atelier 31 Gallery, 2500 First Ave, 448-5250. Through May 30.

JENNIFER ELEK

New work in The Human Factor. Priceless Works Gallery, 619 N 35th St #100, 547-5656. Through May 31.

MICHAEL FERGUSON

Narrative figure-full paintings, "the result of the artist's intense struggle to embrace personal life changes." Fountainhead Gallery, 625 W McGraw St, 285-4467. Through May 29.

KATJA FRITZSCHE, RICHARD ROYAL

Fritzsche's animal heads with furniture-ish bodies; Royal's hot-sculpted glass pieces. William Traver Gallery, 220 Union St, second floor, 587-6501. Through May 27.

* ELIZABETH JAMESON, MARY MOLYNEAUX

It's always worth seeing what Elizabeth Jameson's up to, in this case drawings of exaggerated and often impossible clothing in a softer vein than her previous (and rather creepy) works. With mixed-media paintings from Molyneaux. Ballard Fetherston Gallery, 818 E Pike St, 322-9440. Through June 1.

JOEY KATZER

Intaglio prints. Kent Arts Commission Gallery, Kent City Hall, 220 Fourth Ave S, fourth floor, 253-856-5050. Through May 27.

KOREAN GLASS EXHIBITION

A group show. Global Art Venue, 314 First Ave S, 264-8755. Through May 31.

STEPHEN LINSLEY

The convergence of water and industry, in photographs taken under bridges and piers. Globe Gallery, 105 S Main St #100, 612-7655. Through June 1.

RANDY MOSS

An installation with a philosophical edge, proposing that all moments of one's life exist concurrently in the present. Jack Straw New Media Gallery, 4261 Roosevelt Way NE, 634-0919. Through May 28.

GARY NISBET

Nisbet has shifted his focus from chairs to the whole realm of domestic objects, here used as elements of pattern and a kind of gentle abstraction. Grover/Thurston Gallery, 309 Occidental Ave S, 223-0816. Through May 29.

* LORI NIX

"Nix's scenes are photographed to seem more or less full-scale, and are populated with tiny model-railroad figures and houses and also with things that are artist-made, but part of their charm is that they're not particularly invested in fooling you. For all the intimations of doom, the images are insouciant, happily counterfeit, and this doesn't make them one bit less effective. They have the glancing impenetrable unreality of film stills; think Blue Velvet. " (Emily Hall) G. Gibson Gallery, 514 E Pike St, 587-4033. Through May 29.

DANNY PIERCE

Recent paintings of New York City. Martin-Zambito Fine Art, 721 E Pike St, 726-9509. Through June 2.

PLEASE EVERYONE

Nine Canadian artists, doing what Canadian artists do. SOIL Gallery, 1317 E Pine St, 264-8061. Through May 30.

* PSEUDONONYMOUS

A lot of really good artists, many of them represented by other galleries around town, making work under pseudonyms. I'd tell you who they are, but it's more fun not to. 1506 Projects, 1506 E Olive Way, 329-5400. Through May 30.

RIGHT BRAIN AT WORK

With art by Vlada Breiburg, Curtis Christman, Jan Nelson, and the Portraits Project. Capitol Hill Arts Center, 1621 12th Ave, 388-0500. Through May 29.

LYNDA K. ROCKWOOD, PAUL MORAN

Sculpture and drawing by Rockwood; paintings by Moran. Francine Seders Gallery, 6701 Greenwood Ave, 782-0355. Through May 30.

VALERIE ROSEN

Monotypes in a series called Anima: Breath, Soul, Spirit. Sev Shoon Arts Center, 2862 NW Market St, 782-2415. Through May 31.

LOIS SILVER

Scenes of life and jazz. Lisa Harris Gallery, 1922 Pike Pl, 443-3315. Through May 29.

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