The Seattle Times wants you to come see our current show!

Open through December 23rd, “Bouquets, Luminaries, Menageries: Stories Told in Calculus” is Winston Wächter Seattle’s fourth solo exhibition with local artist Michael Schultheis. Arts writer Michael Upchurch perfectly captures the magic of Schultheis’ work:

“…you don’t need an advanced degree in science or art history to appreciate these pieces. They operate on a color-drunk gut level as well. In his artist’s statement, he says he’s drawing on higher math to “tell stories about how people make connections with each other.” But the paintings also work as cosmic carnival rides through distant cloud nebulae.”

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