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More gallery openings

The First Friday Gallery Cruise takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 7. Other gallery openings are listed on page 14.

Books by the Way will show artwork by Carpe Diem students.

Giraffe will feature new products from Peru.

Good Merchandise will join the gallery cruise for the first time in its new location, in the former home of Terrence McBride jewelry.

The Hardware Store Restaurant will display “Facing Gautemala,” a new exhibition of portraits by Pam Ingalls.

Heron’s Nest will show paintings by Karen Hersh Crozier and jewelry by Patty Kiriazis.

The Monkey Tree will feature art created by children from La Petite Etoile French School.

Red Bicycle Bistro will show work by artist Tom Norton and photographer Josh Manwaring. Visit for more information.

Silverwood Gallery will show oil paintings by Gretchen Hancock and Kristin Reitz-Green, and copper sculptures by Ivonne Escobar de Kommer.

Treasure Island will have an exhibition of garden art.

Vashon Bookshop will show nature photographs by Raymond Martinez, and work by Creative Preschool students will be in the hall. Live music will be provided by Bob Mosley and Shark Biscuit.

Vashon Intuitive Arts will join the gallery cruise for the first time, with the exhibition “Deep Mountain,” showcasing Jade Grace’s photographs of Mount Rainier/Tahoma.

The Vashon Senior Center, located on Bank Road, will have new paintings and collections by Geri Peterson.

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