CATHERINE HOWE: The Pleasure Garden

Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York, is excited to announce The Pleasure Garden, Catherine Howe’s first exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition is accompanied by an essay by art critic and journalist Sarah Schmerler. Recently, Howe exchanged her studio in Midtown Manhattan for a barn in the Hudson Valley as a means of retreat and…

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New York Summer Show – Jil Weinstock and Amanda Manitach

Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Jil Weinstock and Amanda Manitach. Working in different media, both artists create purposeful patterns in their works through the arrangement of objects, lines, and text as a means to create symbolic narratives about identity and place. Both Weinstock and Manitach explore language in their work, examining and playing with the shifting meaning of text as its context is changed or removed.

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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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