November 5

Happy Mediums

Three new exhibits debut in November at Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle.

Art lovers have the opportunity to view three new exhibits at Winston Wachter Fine Art Seattle (203 Dexter Ave. N.) in South Lake Union this month, and each offers up a different medium. Patrons can expect digital media, painting, and photography to grace the gallery walls.

Digital Perspectives is an exhibition of digital work by Maja Petric, Peter Gronquist, and Etsuko Ichikawa that focuses on our relationship to the natural world. Each artist has a different approach and perspective, and the exhibit will provide interactive experiences, narrative, futuristic, social commentary and looping, meditative desert landscapes. On display November 7, 2019­­ to December 21, 2019.

Exotic Mass by painter Susan Dory has a number of inspirations, but its compositions in particular are rooted in science. According to the artist, the title of the exhibit is taken from “a term in particle physics, roughly thought to be some form of unknown, exotic subatomic particles not categorizable, within the realm of dark matter.” On display November 7. 2019 to December 21, 2019.

Christopher Boffoli’s Bite Sized photo series offers up clever vignettes composed with hand-painted figurines and food and beverages. The whimsical collection is inspired by magazine food photography and Gulliver’s Travels. The artist adds another level of interest by using tongue-in-cheek language in the photo titles to drive narrative. On display November 16, 2019 to December 21, 2019.

Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm.

Story by Ethan Chung and photography courtesy of Winston Wachter Fine Art Seattle.

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