Winston Wächter Fine Art is excited to announce Carnac, a new exhibition of works on paper by Northwest artist Julie Speidel. Speidel continues her work with Japanese Paper, which started over 30 years ago.
This venture has renewed Speidel’s appreciation for how intriguing two-dimensional art can be. Speidel has been especially gratified by the opportunity it has afforded her to experiment with color. As a sculptor, her use of color was monochromatic; but in her work with master print maker, John Overton, Speidel is able to combine and layer color in inventive ways.
“I am able to mix and do a dance with color that I didn’t do with sculpture,” she says. It is exciting for Speidel to be able to explore new boundaries in her art, so many years into her career.
Julie Speidel has been exhibited widely and her sculptures are included in many prestigious private and public collections in the U.S. and abroad, including the Tacoma Art Museum, three United States Embassies, the Oracle Collection, the Boeing Collection and the Nordstrom Collection.