Christopher Boffoli in LA Times

Daily Dish The inside scoop on food in Los Angeles Cool photos of miniature people with big food dreams in “Big Appetites” By Jenn Harris October 26, 2013 Artist Christopher Boffoli likes to play with food. We’re not talking making airplane noises while guiding a spoonful of peas through the air on a short flight….

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Trimpin wins Arlene Schnitzer Prize!

Winston Wächter Seattle would like to congratulate our very own, Trimpin, on winning the Portland Art Museum’s $10,000 Arlene Schnitzer Prize for his sculptural music installation featuring a red painted piano vertically suspended beneath a tripod. Please view images below for Trimpin’s WWFA artwork and view our website for more information.  

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Piper O’Neill joins the Board at Pratt

Congratulations to WWFA Seattle artist, Piper O’Neill for joining the Board of Trustees at Pratt Fine Arts Center.   [button url=http://www.pratt.org/discover-pratt/the-board/ ]View the Board – Pratt[/button]

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Julie Speidel opening at The Bloedel Reserve

Julie Speidel will be opening a special exhibition at The Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island from August 30 through October 13. Please join us in celebrating arts in nature at this beautiful forest garden. Contact the Seattle gallery for more information at 206.652.5855.  

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Erich Woll in the Glass Quarterly

A recent post on The Glass Quarterly blog announces Erich Woll’s upcoming opening at Winston Wächter Fine Art in Seattle. Opening reception: Tuesday, September 10, 6 – 8 pm   Read the article below.     OPENING: Erich Woll displays new conceptual work in solo exhibit in Seattle by Gina DeCagna | August 1, 2013…

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Erin Parish featured in Luxe Magazine

A painting by Winston Wächter artist, Erin Parish, is featured in the latest issue of Luxe Magazine. The work is mentioned as part of an article on a Northwest waterfront home, designed by Architecture 311.5.  

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Seattle Times reports on ‘Best Dressed/Undressed’

Twisted takes on summer wear at Winston Wächter “Best Dressed/Undressed,” a group exhibit at Winston Wächter Fine Art, offers a twisted, cheeky take on summer wear — or the lack of it. Running through Sept. 4, 2013. By Michael Upchurch Seattle Times arts writer   Jules Frazier’s “Queen Gretchen, St. Paul Rodeo, OR,” 1993, C-print….

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