Kim Keever in Verve magazine

“Much like beauty, art also lies in the eyes of the beholder. What looks artful to one, may not speak a word of craft to another. Very rarely do the paths of abstractism and beauty cross, but when they do it produces a result so sublime that one can spend hours staring at it, revisiting…

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Juxtapoz talks with Kim Keever

      “Each shade seemed to have its own magical transparency and flow diving into the tank. The liquid color bloomed into jellyfish and mushrooms of vibrancy. Ephemeral forms plumed momentarily amidst an otherworldly storm. In a few short minutes, this chromatic cloud turbulence dispersed, and everything settled into a muddy haze.” Read the…

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The Seattle Times: WATER Exhibition Review

In this review for the Seattle Times Michael Upchurch beautifully captures the mood of our current show, giving insight into each artists unique perspective on the subject. “In Winston Wächter Fine Art’s new show, “Water,” photographers Harry Callahan, Richard Misrach and Hiroshi Sugimoto make us pause and take measure of seascapes in different ways.”  …

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Robin Layton on Kiro TV

Watch the video of WWFA Seattle artist, Robin Layton, discussing her current exhibition featuring photographs of some of the most famous basketball hoops in America by clicking the link below. http://www.kirotv.com/videos/news/video-childhood-hoops-of-shaq-larry-bird-lebron/vCM3ks/

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