Ethan Murrow “The Cowboy” // Opening April 18th

Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is proud to announce The Cowboy, an exhibition of new works by Ethan Murrow. Please join us for our opening reception on Tuesday, April 18, 6 – 8 pm. The artist will be in attendance. Ethan Murrow’s latest body of work, “The Cowboy”, demonstrates beautifully his ability to tell an…

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The Seattle Times’ 3 don’t-miss art exhibitions around Seattle

Michael Upchurch shares his insights on our current exhibition: “March seems to be ceramic-sculpture month in Seattle art galleries…But “Form Over Function” at Winston Wächter Fine Art, in some ways, is the most curious. It gets you wondering where, exactly, the cutting edge in ceramic art is.” Click here for full article.

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CALHAU: Julie Speidel

Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is proud to announce Calhau, an exhibition of new works by Julie Speidel. At a very young age, Julie Speidel became aware of the connection stone provides to the past and our ancient history. Her years as a child in Europe taught her the spiritual and symbolic importance stone has…

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Huffington Post: Surface & Depth… An Interview With Miya Ando

Winston Wächter Seattle is proud to present our first solo exhibition with artist Miya Ando, September 8th through October 27th. Ando recently discussed her work with the Huffington Post, click here for the full article. “…(Ando) captures oceans, skies, air, clouds, permanence and impermanence, time and timelessness, with an apparent ease (this is only the…

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Ethan Murrow at MOCA Jacksonville

“This July, the Boston-based artist takes his photorealistic drawing practice to the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. He uses 800 black Sharpies to produce a larger-than-life human figure caught after the act of indulgence for his Project Atrium exhibition Plethora, which opens July 16 and runs through October 30.” Click here to visit eujacksonville  for…

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Whittier Daily News: Life and ‘Nature’ is cast in ceramic

The Whittier Daily News reviews the Dirk Staschke: Nature Morte exhibit now at The American Museum of Contemporary Art in downtown Pomona, through September 18th. “The works are a reminder of the transience of life … Staschke’s pieces have a definite point of view — they represent commentary on society’s cravings, overconsumption and excess. There…

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