FOLK ART GALLERY/LA TIENDA, 4138 University Way, N. E., Seatlle, WA 98105

March 1983
Ornament;Mar83, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p36
The article focuses on the 20th anniversary of Folk Gallery/La Tienda on October 1982 in Seattle, Washington. The gallery presents international ethnic and folk crafts and started to introduce American craft items. Relative to its anniversary, the gallery owner Leslie Grace and the staff organized the gallery rooms with handcrafted works, textiles, jewelry and other decorative items.


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