FORM OVER FUNCTION

FORM OVER FUNCTION: CERAMIC SCULPTURES by Andrew Casto, Steven Young Lee, Jeffry Mitchell, Zemer Peled, Kim Simonsson, and Dirk Staschke  MARCH 4 – APRIL 8, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 4th, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is proud to announce Form Over Function: Ceramic Sculptures by Andrew Casto, Steve Young…

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Join us for a conversation with Julie Speidel

Please join us at the Seattle gallery on Saturday, February 11th at 2pm for a conversation with renowned local sculptor, Julie Speidel. Refreshments will be served. We hope you can join us! Fascinated by glacial geology, ancient megaliths, and by sites in Ireland, Turkey, and China, Julie Speidel’s large and small-scale works appear timeless and at times, exotic….

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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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4 art exhibitions to see at Seattle-area galleries in December

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…

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Michael Schultheis

Please join us for the opening of Bouquets, Luminaries, Menageries: Stories Told in Calculus on November 3rd, from 6-8pm. Video by Deb Achak

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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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