It's as if Maki Tamura transformed the baroque, crawling universe of the Porcelain Room at Seattle Art Museum into an installation entirely made of painted paper. Lovingly inspired by the Victorian decorative arts, Tamura has created little paintings of wild animals (in delicate, 19th-century European pastel colors) within ovals on wallpaper, which itself is painted to look like it's peeling at "aging" edges. There are chandeliers—as festive as miniature amusement-park rides—with dangling chains made of painted paper. Paintings hang from them like pendants, their ornate frames just more painted paper glued together. It's a whole paper history. (James Harris Gallery, 312 Second Ave S, 903-6220, 11 am–5 pm, free)