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We invite you to view the full exhibition catalog for Observe and Reflect : Kansas City’s Richard Mattsson.
WFA is delighted to present Observe and Reflect, works by Kansas City’s Richard Mattson. In these meticulous paintings on canvas, Mattsson explores the vibrant colors of spring in Kansas City’s Loose Park, the stillness of fallen snow in the Flint Hills of Kansas, and reflective scenes of his own Brookside home. Join us in celebrating Mattsson’s indelible career, his 48-year long tenure at The Kansas City Art Institute, and his vivacious love for expression through observation and reflection.
This exhibit is open to the public at The Drawing Room by Weinberger Fine Art located at 1903 Wyandotte. The Drawing Room is open Tuesday - Friday from 10am - 6pm and Saturdays from Noon - 5pm.This exhibit is up through March 30th, 2019.
We invite you to view the full exhibition catalog for BEYOND THE HORIZON.
WFA is pleased to present BEYOND THE HORIZON an exhibition of works by Larassa Kabel and Clare Doveton. This show explores the contrast between the richness of the Midwestern landscape and the melancholy of unbridled terrain. Between glowing sunrises and flickering fields of grain there too resides isolation, disorientation, and fear. With oils and graphite Clare Doveton and Larassa Kabel simultaneously draw viewers into the beauty of the natural world while pushing them away from the romantic.
Please join us in the Drawing Room on Friday, January 11th from 5:30 - 8:30pm for the public opening of BEYOND THE HORIZON featuring Clare Doveton and Larassa Kabel.
The duration of the exhibit is open to the public from 10am-6pm Tuesday through Friday and Noon-5pm on Saturday’s. The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte Street.
We invite you to view the full exhibition catalog for NANCY FRIEDEMANN-SÁNCHEZ
WFA is happy to present CORNUCOPIA, the Kansas City debut of artist Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez. Friedemann- Sánchez was born in Colombia where she earned her BFA from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá. She went on to receive her second BFA from Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, California and her MFA from New York University.
Informed by feminism and minimalism, her art is influenced by North and South American cultural forms that fuse and cross-pollinate. Using dazzling, large scale drawings inspired by botanical illustrations, lace samples and images of lace taken from Spanish Colonial painting, Friedemann-Sánchez explores her cultural memory as a result of migrating from her native Colombia while drawing parallels to both political power and gender.
CORNICPOPIA will be open to the public in The Drawing Room during November’s First Friday on November 2nd from 5-8pm. The Drawing Room is open to the public Tuesday through Friday 10am-6pm and Saturday 12-5pm.
WFA is excited to bring Hunt Slonem back to Kansas City for a fantastic show of his newest work. Slonem is a world-renowned artist whose highly acclaimed paintings are in over eighty museum collections worldwide, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, and Kansas City's own Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.
HUNT SLONEM will be open to the public in The Drawing Room during September’s First Friday on September 6th from 5-8pm and October's First Friday on October 5th from 5-8pm. The Drawing Room is open to the public Tuesday through Friday 10am-6pm and Saturday 12-5pm.
We invite you to view the current exhibition catalog for THOUGHTS & PRAYERS
The exhibition, THOUGHTS & PRAYERS, features work by Linda Lighton and Jessica Wohl and serves as a commentary on current American culture, politics and values. Each artist touches on themes of anger, fear, violence, pain and despair. Linda Lighton’s strong ceramic sculptures are an amalgamation of guns, fuel nozzles, bullets, and title. Contrasting Lighton’s work are Jessica Wohl’s quilts which reference the domestic and carry strong personal messages. Each artist making work that is rooted in a quest for justice and change.
THOUGHTS & PRAYERS will be open to the public during June’s First Friday on June 1st from 5-8pm and July's First Friday on July 6th from 5-8pm. The duration of the exhibit is by-appointment, please contact Weinberger Fine Art via email (email@example.com) to schedule an appointment.