The Critical Link Between Artists and Patrons
Weinberger Fine Art’s location is in the heart of Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts district at 114 Southwest Blvd. The gallery, which is housed in a renovated historic industrial building, has almost 5,000 square feet of exhibition space. Ample natural light, original architectural details, and a warm modern aesthetic make the space a unique and inviting art destination.
Weinberger Fine Art is committed to showcasing diverse and high quality work from both emerging and established artists. We offer a wide range of services for the established collector and the first time buyer; from on-site curation and consultation, to digital installation previews and international sourcing.
The gallery participates in the Crossroad’s First Fridays with exclusive Member's Only hours and holds frequent artist receptions and cocktail parties. Join our mailing list to find out about our special private events.
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Weinberger Fine Art is proud to be a Women Business Enterprise (WBE certified).
Kim Weinberger, Owner and Chief Curator
Kim Weinberger is the founder of Weinberger Fine Art and as a gallerist, represents emerging and museum-quality artists locally and nationwide. She brings over twenty years of art collecting experience, and prides herself in being that critical link between artists and patrons. Her role as an art advisor is to bridge the growing need of finding fine art that works for both private and corporate clients who seek to expand or begin their collections with emerging and nationally acclaimed artists. With Kim Weinberger's vast experience in the art world serving as a consultant for both artists and art lovers, she is able to create and encourage unique, inclusive relationships for every person who steps into the gallery.
Ross Redmon, Gallery Director
Ross Redmon received his BFA with honors in Art History and Ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) in 2015. In 2012 Ross completed a residency at the International Ceramic Studio in Hungary and in 2015 he completed residencies at Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark and the Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City. Ross began work as a preparator for Cerbera Gallery in 2016 while continuing his studio practice and engaging with the arts community through exhibitions. In 2017 Ross had a solo exhibition of his ceramic works entitled “Passenger Migration” at the Greenwood Social which garnered press in the New York Times. He has maintained a commitment to the local arts community through his gallery work as well as his position as an auxiliary educator in the Ceramics department of KCAI and formerly as an administrator to local artists Linda Lighton, Rain Harris and Misty Gamble.
Ross has a lifelong commitment to the arts via his personal studio practice and his directorship of Weinberger Fine Art. He is passionate in the promotion of artistic dialogue and the connection between artists and the community and feels it is important to stay in touch with both local and national art communities.
Emma Jane Medlen, Gallery Assistant
Emma Medlen received her BA in Art History from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2017. In 2015 Emma was nominated as an academic scholar through the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art where she conducted research for the Department of Ancient and Egyptian Art. In 2016 Emma was awarded a SUROP grant that allowed her several months to study and conduct extensive research at Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, France and Université de Lyon in Lyon, France where she completed her research thesis entitled Aestheticization of Ethnography: The Politics of Representation at the Musée du Quai Branly.
Since graduation Emma has worked in fashion as a stylist and visual merchandiser. She plans to synthesize her passion for art and fashion as she builds her career in the art industry.
Halcombe Miller, Gallery Assistant
Halcombe Miller received her BA in English from Rockhurst University in 2010. She began her career in art and art writing at Cara y Cabezas Contemporary where she founded Face and Heads, a creative nonfiction blog dedicated to Kansas City artists as well as artists from Central and South America. Halcombe went on to work as an assistant and later the interim director of the Greenlease Gallery from 2012 to 2014. In 2014 Halcombe was invited to participate in an art writers workshop coordinated by the Charlotte Street Foundation and in conjunction with The Spencer Museum of Art, The Andy Warhol Foundation, and The Atlantic. She has written for New American Paintings, PLUG Projects, Temporary Art Review, The Collectors Fund, and The Pitch. She has also written extensively for Kansas City artists helping them acquire grants and opportunities.
When Halcombe is not working in the gallery and editing content for WFA blog Art Talk she is teaching art and art history to elementary and junior high students and working on her MAT in Art Education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Halcombe enjoys site-specific installations, memoirs, and helping kids develop and nurture their creativity.