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March 3, 12:00 am, Museum of History and Industry
Salish Sea Expeditions, 20 Years of Discovery Seafood Bash
It’s a very special year for Salish Sea Expeditions! In 2017, we celebrate 20 years of delivering meaningful marine education programs on the Salish Sea. In honor of this exciting milestone, we invite you to join us for our seafood bash on Friday, March 3 at the Museum of History and Industry on Lake Union in Seattle. Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate 20 years of Salish programs with delicious food from Herbean Feast, local libations, access to our ** NEW ** education vessel, Elettra III, our infamous crab races, a dessert dash and a unique FUNdraiser to support 2017 programs that inspire curiosity, confidence and critical thinking.
Please register for the event here. NOTE: Special pricing is available for our supporters who wish to purchase a full table. Please contact us for more details before registering.
For more information, please contact Brenna Sowder (em: email@example.com, ph: 206-780-7848) or visit our website.
March 4 - April 8, Winston Wachter
FORM OVER FUNCTION: CERAMIC SCULPTURES
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 4th, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm
Artist in attendance
Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is proud to announce Form Over Function: Ceramic Sculptures by Andrew Casto, Steve Young Lee, Jeffry Mitchell, Zemer Peled, Kim Simonsson and Dirk Staschke. Please join us for our opening reception on Saturday, March 4th, 4 – 7 pm. Artists Jeffry Mitchell and Dirk Staschke in attendance.
Quite often when we hear the term “ceramics”, we think of a vase, a cup, a bowl. Today’s ceramicists are pushing far beyond the traditions of the medium and creating innovative forms, which happen to be made from clay. Selections by artists Andrew Casto, Steve Young Lee, Jeffry Mitchell, Zemer Peled, Kim Simonsson and Dirk Staschke demonstrate how diverse these sculptures can be.
Each artist uses the medium in a drastically unique way. Casto creates gilded expressionist gestures; Lee makes beauty out of purposeful mishap; Mitchell imagines playful stylized elephants; Peled transforms shards of clay into organic growths; Simonsson’s figures enter straight from the depths of the forest; and Staschke’s vanitas paintings literally melt away.
Collectively, these artists have exhibited in England, Israel, France, Finland, Korea, Spain, Croatia, Austria, Slovenia, Belgium, China, and Japan, and are included in the collections of the Harvard Fogg Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Museum of Norway, The Seattle Art Museum, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Shigaraki Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, among many others.
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