Air Water Earth in Blouin Art Info

“The exhibition celebrates her return to her creative roots, after the artist’s recent residency at the Museum of Glass. Inspired by the large amount of time she spends in the water, she sought to create intentionally imperfect bubble-like forms. Created with breath, these works remind of elements essential to sustaining life, and the hanging forms of…

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Julie Speidel: Continuities

  Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York, is excited to announce Continuities, a solo exhibition of sculpture by Julie Speidel. These modernist works function as benches, stools, and chairs, and explore the connectedness between the object, its surroundings, and the viewer. These sculptures are solidly constructed of wood, metal, and stone. Speidel is inspired by…

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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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Ethan Murrow awarded 2017 Stein Emerging Artist Prize

Drawing inspiration from humanity and the world around him, this year’s Brooke and Hap Stein Emerging Artist Prize is as ambitious as he is witty. Upon careful consideration, the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, a cultural institute of the University of North Florida, proudly announces Ethan Murrow as the 2017 recipient. Stretching the imagination with…

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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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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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