Venn Luminosity, a new exhibition by Michael Schultheis

Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is pleased to announce Venn Luminosity, a poetic new series of large-scale acrylic paintings and bronze sculptures by Michael Schultheis. Drawing on the concept of a Venn diagram in which two circles overlap, Schultheis uses mathematics to tell stories of human relationships.

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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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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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Andreas Kocks: PLACES

Winston Wachter Fine Art, New York, is pleased to announce PLACES, its fourth solo exhibition with German artist Andreas Kocks. In PLACES, Kocks expresses motion and spontaneity through meticulously cut and crafted paper sculptures.

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Betsy Eby: Beyond Measure

Betsy Eby Beyond Measure January 12th – February 18th, 2017 Opening reception with the artist Thursday, January 12th, 6-8pm   Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is proud to announce Beyond Measure, an exhibition of new abstract encaustic paintings by Betsy Eby. These sensual paintings continue to draw from the rhythms and resonances in nature…

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Tony Scherman: Difficult Women

Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is proud to announce Difficult Women, an exhibition of new encaustic paintings by Toronto-based artist Tony Scherman. Visually arresting, the large-scale portraits of women layer themes from art history, antiquity, and the current moment. Scherman employs the ancient method of encaustic painting, combining and molding wax mixed with oil…

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