When Seattle abstractionist Susan Dory makes a painting, the surface is overtaken by a force—the painting moves, and you’ve been given a window onto its world of overlapping colors, underpainted and poured, shapes shifting from separate and sovereign to interdependent. In her latest paintings, the shapes hover around a new organizing principle: implied horizon lines, faintly echoed by wall shelves across the gallery, housing LA artist George Stoll’s sculptures. Stoll’s cast pieces are Tupperware cups and bowls remade in glowing beeswax (in true-to-life Tupperware colors), arranged as if they are for sale, or as if you just opened the cupboard. (Winston Wächter Fine Art, 203 Dexter Ave N, www.winstonwachter.com, 10 am–5 pm, free)