Jim Woodfill x Crossroads Hotel
Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

Jim Woodfill x Crossroads Hotel

WFA Artist Jim Woodfill and The Crossroads Hotel invite you to the public reception and opening of Tuning Field on Thursday, June 27th from 6-8pm. Learn more about the event here and read more about Jim Woodfill here.

The Crossroads Hotel is located at 2101 Central Street in Kansas City, Missouri (64108).

For a place in constant motion, Kansas City artist James Woodfill created this series of works that imply motion, and encourage us to reconsider our surroundings. Somewhere between painting, sculpture, functional design, and animated abstraction, these works shift our experience of this place into one of anticipation and discovery. 

A hotel exists uniquely between private and public, home and destination, local and transient. Into this environment, Woodfill’s room-sized exhibition is crafted from  ordinary materials, yet encourages an extraordinary experience of place, by tuning our perception and heightening our awareness of our own movement through this space.

About his previous work Stations, Woodflll said, I’m trying to make an artwork “that hovers between a Constructivist painting and a fireworks stand.” Tuning Field gets closer to flickering between a Storage Wars blind reveal and a stop-motion film. It is an experience that bridges our patience for subtle shifts in perception, with the movement of things, alongside our own exploration of this building and the city that surrounds us.

This work directly gauges the distance between the anxiety of the unknown, and the joys of surprise. As you look at, and more importantly move around, these things, you might ask — What is its use? How do I move? What kind of place is this? 

A hotel is a place that can change our perceptions of a city. An artwork can change the city.

– Hesse McGraw, partner and curator, el dorado inc


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The Boat Show - Steve Snell
Jul
5
5:00 PM17:00

The Boat Show - Steve Snell

Please join us in the Drawing Room on Friday, July 5th from 5 - 8pm for the public opening of Steve Snell’s solo exhibition featuring his new works.

Snell is a contemporary painter who is interested in  Americana as it relates to rural small-town life, the exploration of the wild, and the aesthetics of adventuring.

Snell creates brightly hued monochromatic portraits of wild animals and classically masculine American figures like Burt Reynolds along with clever renderings of the contemporary outdoorsman’s supplies like pretzels and gummy bears. These objects are thrust unnaturally into both demure, watery landscapes and intensely saturated natural backgrounds where organic shapes give way to symmetrical, geometric compositions that elevate these simple objects into something much greater. Through these juxtapositions Snell explores notions of rugged masculinity, the historical adventures of adventurers like Luis and Clark, and what it looks like to be a contemporary outdoorsman. 

The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte Street.

The duration of the exhibit is open to the public from 10am-6pm Tuesday through Friday and Noon-5pm on Saturday’s. 

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Private Event
Jul
11
5:00 PM17:00

Private Event

With a modern industrial feel, Weinberger Fine Art is the perfect place for your next party, fundraiser, or corporate event. Well suited for cocktail parties, fundraisers, rehearsal dinners, corporate gatherings, or campaign events, we’d love to host your next event.

Weinberger Fine Art is not available for rent during the First Friday of each month.  Renters must sign a rental agreement, provide a certificate of liability insurance (we recommend: privateeventinsurance.com), and a 50% deposit check in order to reserve a date.  WFA does not provide event security or reserved parking. Renters may elect to utilize valet or security services at their own expense.  Set-up and clean-up time is added to your hourly total.  The venue must be returned to its original condition following your event. In-house event coordination services available for an additional fee. 

Friday - Saturday for 5 hours - $2000

Monday - Thursday for 5 hours - $1500

Friday - Saturday for 2 hours - $800

Monday - Thursday for 2 hours - $500

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Picnic & Artist Talk with Steve Snell
Jul
13
3:00 PM15:00

Picnic & Artist Talk with Steve Snell

Join us on Saturday, July 13th for a picnic and artist talk with Steve Snell.

Snell is a contemporary painter who is interested in  Americana as it relates to rural small-town life, the exploration of the wild, and the aesthetics of adventuring.

He creates brightly hued monochromatic portraits of wild animals and classically masculine American figures like Burt Reynolds along with clever renderings of the contemporary outdoorsman’s supplies like pretzels and gummy bears. These objects are thrust unnaturally into both demure, watery landscapes and intensely saturated natural backgrounds where organic shapes give way to symmetrical, geometric compositions that elevate these simple objects into something much greater. Through these juxtapositions Snell explores notions of rugged masculinity, the historical adventures of adventurers like Luis and Clark, and what it looks like to be a contemporary outdoorsman. 

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Private Event
Aug
10
4:00 PM16:00

Private Event

With a modern industrial feel, Weinberger Fine Art is the perfect place for your next party, fundraiser, or corporate event. Well suited for cocktail parties, fundraisers, rehearsal dinners, corporate gatherings, or campaign events, we’d love to host your next event.

Weinberger Fine Art is not available for rent during the First Friday of each month.  Renters must sign a rental agreement, provide a certificate of liability insurance (we recommend: privateeventinsurance.com), and a 50% deposit check in order to reserve a date.  WFA does not provide event security or reserved parking. Renters may elect to utilize valet or security services at their own expense.  Set-up and clean-up time is added to your hourly total.  The venue must be returned to its original condition following your event. In-house event coordination services available for an additional fee. 

Friday - Saturday for 5 hours - $2000

Monday - Thursday for 5 hours - $1500

Friday - Saturday for 2 hours - $800

Monday - Thursday for 2 hours - $500

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Story in Color
Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

Story in Color

Please join us in the Drawing Room on First Friday, September 6th from 5 - 8pm for the public opening of Story In Color a solo exhibition of new works by Cynthia Bjorn. 

The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte Street

The duration of the exhibit is open to the public from 10am-6pm Tuesday through Friday and Noon-5pm on Saturday’s. 

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Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

September First Friday: 2019 Fall Collective

Join us on Friday, September 6th from 5-8pm at the Weinberger main gallery for September’s First Friday and the 2019 Fall Collective. The event will display works from the gallery’s newest featured artists.

Weinberger Fine Art is located at 114 Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. WFA is open to the public on Friday, September 6th from 2-5pm.

This is a Member’s Event. Learn more about becoming a member here.

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DRAW Architecture Private Party
Jun
13
5:00 PM17:00

DRAW Architecture Private Party

With a modern industrial feel, Weinberger Fine Art is the perfect place for your next party, fundraiser, or corporate event. Well suited for cocktail parties, fundraisers, rehearsal dinners, corporate gatherings, or campaign events, we’d love to host your next event.

Weinberger Fine Art is not available for rent during the First Friday of each month.  Renters must sign a rental agreement, provide a certificate of liability insurance (we recommend: privateeventinsurance.com), and a 50% deposit check in order to reserve a date.  WFA does not provide event security or reserved parking. Renters may elect to utilize valet or security services at their own expense.  Set-up and clean-up time is added to your hourly total.  The venue must be returned to its original condition following your event. In-house event coordination services available for an additional fee. 

Friday - Saturday for 5 hours - $2000

Monday - Thursday for 5 hours - $1500

Friday - Saturday for 2 hours - $800

Monday - Thursday for 2 hours - $500

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Not Everything Will Be Replaced
Jun
8
5:00 PM17:00

Not Everything Will Be Replaced

Join us in celebrating WFA artists Laura Nugent and Rachelle Gardner-Roe for the opening of their exhibit Not Everything Will Be Replaced. A public reception will be held on Saturday, June 8th from 5-10pm.

Rachelle Gardner-Roe continues her non-traditional explorations of lace in her exhibition, "A Certain Kind of Armor." Using 3D printing pens to preserve the core acts of drawing and writing, Gardner-Roe references shield and body forms that, while alluding to systems of protection, deny a literal translation. The open lacelike network of this body of sculpture begs the question, “What is being protected?” Can we protect the childlike exuberance with which we first picked up a crayon? What do we each use to shield ourselves from the vagaries of the world? What psychological armor do you carry with you or perhaps even physically don when you engage the outside world?

Laura Nugent is premiering works created since relocating her studio to the Bunker Center in 2018. "Not Everything Will Be Replaced" includes eight non-representational paintings in the Center’s galleries. Nugent’s works embrace traditions of minimalism and soft-edge geometric abstraction and are part of an ongoing consideration of color as subject matter. Her current palette choices glow brighter and, combined with an expanded scale, signify an optimism and drive to continue her practice in spite of significant life changes. Additionally, an installation of small works on a variety of surfaces will be on display in Nugent's Bunker studio during the course of the exhibition.

Located in the East Crossroads of Kansas City, Missouri at 1014 East 19th Street, the Bunker Center for the Arts houses both gallery and studio space in a unique 10,000 sq.ft. building. Its regular gallery hours are Thursday-Saturday, noon - 6 PM and by appointment.

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Jim Woodfill x Crossroads Hotel
Jun
8
12:00 PM12:00

Jim Woodfill x Crossroads Hotel

WFA artist Jim Woodfill is in residence at the Crossroads hotel studio during the exhibition to produce new stop-motion films of the sculptures. The exhibit will open Friday, June 7th and be on view through August 31st, 2019.

For a place in constant motion, Kansas City artist James Woodfill created this series of works that imply motion, and encourage us to reconsider our surroundings. Somewhere between painting, sculpture, functional design, and animated abstraction, these works shift our experience of this place into one of anticipation and discovery.

A hotel exists uniquely between private and public, home and destination, local and transient. Into this environment, Woodfill’s room-sized exhibition is crafted from  ordinary materials, yet encourages an extraordinary experience of place, by tuning our perception and heightening our awareness of our own movement through this space.

About his previous work Stations, Woodflll said, I’m trying to make an artwork “that hovers between a Constructivist painting and a fireworks stand.” Tuning Field gets closer to flickering between a Storage Wars blind reveal and a stop-motion film. It is an experience that bridges our patience for subtle shifts in perception, with the movement of things, alongside our own exploration of this building and the city that surrounds us.

This work directly gauges the distance between the anxiety of the unknown, and the joys of surprise. As you look at, and more importantly move around, these things, you might ask — What is its use? How do I move? What kind of place is this?

A hotel is a place that can change our perceptions of a city. An artwork can change the city.

– Hesse McGraw, partner and curator, el dorado inc

About the Artist

James Woodfill is a 1980 graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute and has lived and worked in Kansas City since.

 As an interdisciplinary artist, his work is focused on direct experience through the composition of objects, occurrences and site. His artworks regularly blur boundaries in their execution, often merging with functional design. His installations bridge the fields of sculpture, painting and public art, and his work in the public realm has extended into education and curatorial projects, writings and numerous urban planning projects and studies.

Woodfill’s work has been widely recognized, including reviews in Art In America, Art Papers, Hyperallergic, I.D. Magazine, and Sculpture Magazine; and awards from the American Institute of Architects, and the Americans for the Arts/Public Art Network annual “Year in Review.” Woodfill currently holds the position of Professor in the Painting Department of the Kansas City Art Institute.

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Summer Salon: June First Friday
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

Summer Salon: June First Friday

It’s that time of year again - WFA’s Summer Salon! Come check out new work by Janet Davidson-Hues, Tomas Lasansky, Taylor Kubicek, Dean Kube and others on Friday, June 7th from 5-8pm.

Weinberger Fine Art is located at 114 Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. WFA is open to the public on Friday, June 7th from 2-5pm.

This is a Member’s Event. Learn more about becoming a member here.

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The Drawing Room: June First Friday
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

The Drawing Room: June First Friday

Join us at the Drawing Room on Friday, June 7th from 5:00 - 8:00pm to see In Beauty There Is Guilt II, the solo exhibition of contemporary artist Margaret Evangeline.

Coming from New York City, Evangeline is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist with a variety of new works. Themes of water, loss, and rebirth present in Evangeline’s work stem from her Louisiana upbringing.

View the full exhibition catalog here.

The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte Street.

The duration of the exhibit is open to the public.

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Opera 180 presents La Bohéme
May
29
to Jun 1

Opera 180 presents La Bohéme

WFA is excited to host Opera180’s final performance of their inaugural season with the classic La Bohéme. This re-imagined production tells the story of friendship, love, heartbreak, and tragedy in approximately 95 minutes while featuring the best talent in our metro area.  

Sarah Zsohar will make her company debut directing and the production will feature Kristin Newbegin as Mimi, Joshua Baum as Rodolfo, Alyssa Toepfer as Musetta, Paul Hindemithas Marcello, Chris Cobbett as Schaunard, and Christina Dominguez-Fracul as Colline.  John Mueter will make his debut as Music Director.

The Drawing Room by Weinberger Fine Art

1903 Wyandotte | Kansas City | MO | 64108

Wednesday, May 29th - 7:30pm

Thursday, May 30th - 7:30pm

Friday, May 31st - 7:30pm

Saturday, June 1st - 7:30pm

Tickets are $25. Buy tickets here.

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In Beauty There Is Guilt II
May
2
5:00 PM17:00

In Beauty There Is Guilt II

Please join us in the Drawing Room on Thursday, May 2nd from 5 - 8pm for the public opening of In Beauty there is Guilt II a solo exhibition of new works by Margaret Evangeline.

Evangeline is a contemporary painter, sculptor, and installation artist who lives and works in New York City. A Louisiana native, themes of water, loss, and rebirth flow throughout her work.

To read more about Margaret Evangeline and her practice we invite you to visit our blog Art Talk to read a piece written by our writing intern Shoshi Rosen.

The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte Street.

The duration of the exhibit is open to the public from 10am-6pm Tuesday through Friday and Noon-5pm on Saturday’s. 

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Reinventing the Line: Post-Digital Drawings and Paintings by Mike Lyon
Apr
5
5:00 PM17:00

Reinventing the Line: Post-Digital Drawings and Paintings by Mike Lyon

Please join us in the Drawing Room on Friday, April 5th from 5 - 8pm for the public opening of Reinventing the Line: Post-Digital Drawings and Paintings by Mike Lyon.

This exhibition celebrates Kansas City artist Mike Lyon and his innovative use of traditional art materials along with automated machine tools and digital technology. His hybrid studio practice has made him a pioneer in the emerging field of post-digital printmaking and graphics.

The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte Street.

The duration of the exhibit is open to the public from 10am-6pm Tuesday through Friday and Noon-5pm on Saturday’s. 

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Urban Joy: April First Friday
Apr
5
5:00 PM17:00

Urban Joy: April First Friday

Please join us at Weinberger Fine Art for April First Friday and our freshly updated group exhibition Urban Joy.

Urban Joy captures the vibrant and quickly evolving essence of Kansas City’s downtown and Crossroads Art District.

This opening will take place Friday, April 5th from 5:00 - 8:00 pm.

FEATURING WORKS BY:

DUNNAGAN • QUACKENBUSH • REVENAUGH • LIGHTON • LYON • SLONEM • NUGENT • GALLUCCI • ZAPPITELL• WOODFILL • BOOTH

This is a Member’s Event. Learn more about becoming a member here.

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Observe and Reflect: Kansas City's Richard Mattsson
Mar
1
5:00 PM17:00

Observe and Reflect: Kansas City's Richard Mattsson

Join us for the opening of Observe and Reflect, selected paintings by Kansas City’s Richard Mattsson.


”Mattsson responds to the circumstances of his experience in a manner balanced between external and internal observation. The place or situation of landscape appeals to Mattsson particularly because it is an ever changing unpredictable event. “

This opening will take place at The Drawing Room by Weinberger Fine Art located at 1903 Wyandotte. The exhibit will be open to the public for the duration of March.

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Urban Joy: March First Friday
Mar
1
5:00 PM17:00

Urban Joy: March First Friday

Urban Joy captures the vibrant and quickly evolving essence of Kansas City’s downtown and Crossroads Art District.

This opening will take place Friday, March 1st from 5:00 - 8:00 pm.

FEATURING WORKS BY:

QUACKENBUSH • JULO  • BJORN • LIGHTON • LYON

GRACE • DUNNAGAN • REVENAUGH • SLONEM

NUGENT • GALLUCCI • BJORN • WOODFILL • BOOTH

This is a Member’s Event. Learn more about becoming a member here.

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Beyond the Horizon: Closing Reception & Artist Talk
Feb
23
1:00 AM01:00

Beyond the Horizon: Closing Reception & Artist Talk

Please join us on Saturday, February 23rd for the closing reception of Beyond the Horizon featuring the works of Larassa Kabel and Clare Doveton at The Drawing Room. The gallery will be open from 1:00 - 5:00pm and the Artist Talk will start promptly at 2:00pm.

The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte.

Light drinks and snacks will be provided.

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February First Friday: Winter Salon
Feb
1
5:00 PM17:00

February First Friday: Winter Salon

Please join us at Weinberger Fine Art for

February First Friday from 5-8pm

We’ve updated our Winter Salon with some amazing new artists. Stop by to see new works by Susan Grace, Andy Julo, Jim Woodfill, and many more! This is a Member’s Event. Learn more on how to become a member here. 

Our second gallery space, The Drawing Room, is open to the public and features the works of Larassa Kabel and Clare Doveton in Beyond the Horizon from 5-8. The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte, Kansas City MO 64108. 

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Beyond the Horizon: Works by Larassa Kabel & Clare Doveton
Jan
11
5:30 PM17:30

Beyond the Horizon: Works by Larassa Kabel & Clare Doveton

Join us Friday, January 11th from 5-8 for the opening of Beyond the Horizon featuring the works of Larassa Kabel and Clare Doveton.

Beyond the Horizon 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. 

Clare Doveton’s large-scale skyscapes are a response to moving from congested coastal environments to the tranquil rural landscape of Lawrence, Kansas. Doveton’s lucid, dream-like oil paintings capture skies, landscapes, and the complexity of each open sunrise. 

Larassa Kabel’s photorealistic drawings address issues of loss, fear, gender and feminism. Her work is about compassion, from experiencing the worst moments of life to recognizing one another’s humanity regardless of gender, shape, or life choices.


The duration of the exhibit is open to the public from January 11th - February 25th, Tuesday through Friday 10am-6pm and on Saturdays 12pm-5pm.

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January First Friday: Winter Salon
Jan
4
5:00 PM17:00

January First Friday: Winter Salon

Brave the cold and join us for January First Friday at Weinberger Fine Art from 5-8pm.

This is a Member’s Event. Learn more on how to become a member here.

Our second gallery space, The Drawing Room, will be featuring the works of Larassa Kabel and Clare Doveton in Beyond the Horizon from 5-8. The Drawing Room is located at 1903 Wyandotte, Kansas City MO 64108.

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The Drawing Room | December First Friday
Dec
7
5:00 PM17:00

The Drawing Room | December First Friday

Join us in the Drawing Room for December’s First Friday on Friday, December 7th for Nancy Friedman-Sanchez’s Cornucopia. With an explosion of flora, Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez’s exhibition explores colonialism, identity, and cultural hybridity.

Following the artist’s immigration from Colombia, Friedemann-Sánchez began creating art that deals with the tension of displacement. Drawing and painting intricate flowers and lace, she addresses Spanish colonialism, bilingualism, and patriarchal oppression. Her work is strikingly laborious, chillingly ominous, and indulgently lush.

This event is open to the public from 5-8pm and will take place at The Drawing Room located at 1903 Wyandotte.

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December First Friday Members' Event
Dec
7
5:00 PM17:00

December First Friday Members' Event

Join us for the December First Friday Member’s viewing of the fall collective at Weinberger Fine Art from 5pm - 8pm. Fall Motif features the works of Margaret Evangeline, Kyle Goddard, Brenda Zappitell, Rachelle Gardner-Roe, and many others.

Members will be offered wine and light hors d’oeuvres. To learn more about our membership program visit here or email us at art@weinbergerfineart.com.

The Fall Collective is on view to the public Friday from 10am - 5pm.

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November First Friday Members' Event
Nov
2
5:00 PM17:00

November First Friday Members' Event

Join us for November First Friday Member’s viewing of the fall collective at Weinberger Fine Art from 5pm - 8pm. Fall Motif features the works of Margaret Evangeline, Kyle Goddard, Brenda Zappitell, Rachelle Gardner-Roe, and many others.

Members will be offered wine and light hors d’oeuvres. To learn more about our membership program visit here or email us at art@weinbergerfineart.com.

The Fall Collective is on view to the public Friday from 10am - 5pm.

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The Drawing Room | November First Friday
Nov
2
5:00 PM17:00

The Drawing Room | November First Friday

Join us Friday, November 2nd for the opening of Nancy Friedeman-Sánchez’s Cornucopia. With an explosion of flora, Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez’s exhibition at Weinberger Fine Art’s Drawing Room explores colonialism, identity, and cultural hybridity.

Following the artist’s immigration from Colombia, Friedemann-Sánchez began creating art that deals with the tension of displacement. Drawing and painting intricate flowers and lace, she addresses Spanish colonialism, bilingualism, and patriarchal oppression. Her work is strikingly laborious, chillingly ominous, and indulgently lush.

This event is open to the public from 5-8pm and will take place at The Drawing Room located at 1903 Wyandotte. The final First Friday Member’s Only viewing of Fall Motif in the Weinberger main gallery space will also be on view from 5-8pm at 114 Southwest Boulevard.

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October First Friday
Oct
5
5:00 PM17:00

October First Friday

Fall Motif including works by Margaret Evangeline, Andy Gershon, Brenda Zappitell, Carlos Gamez de Fransisco and Cynthia Bjorn will open October First Friday with a member's only event from 5 to 8 pm.  Members will be offered cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.  We also suggest stopping by The Drawing Room at 1903 Wyandotte for a public reception and a chance to see Hunt Slonem's newest work in a solo show.

http://www.weinbergerfineart.com/membership-program/

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The Drawing Room | October First Friday
Oct
5
5:00 PM17:00

The Drawing Room | October First Friday

The Drawing Room First Friday opening will showcase the works of artist Hunt Slonem. This event is open to the public.

Hunt 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.

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September First Friday
Sep
7
5:00 PM17:00

September First Friday

Fall Motif: featuring the work of Hunt Slonem will open September First Friday with a member's only event from 5 to 8 pm.  Members will be offered cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.  We also suggest stopping by The Drawing Room at 1903 Wyandotte for a public reception and a chance to see more of Hunt Slonem's newest work in a solo show.

http://www.weinbergerfineart.com/membership-program/

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The Drawing Room | September First Friday
Sep
7
5:00 PM17:00

The Drawing Room | September First Friday

The Drawing Room First Friday opening will showcase the works of artist Hunt Slonem. This event is open to the public.

Hunt 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.

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Hunt Slonem: Cocktail Hour and Book Signing
Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

Hunt Slonem: Cocktail Hour and Book Signing

WFA is excited to bring Hunt Slonem back to Kansas City for a fantastic show of his newest work.  Thursday evening 5-8 we will host a cocktail hour, book signing and meet and greet with the artist.  The event will be held in The Drawing Room-1903 Wyandotte, KCMO-where Hunt's newest show will be on view.  Attendance to this event is by invitation only.  

Hunt 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.

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Reception for Madeline Gallucci
Aug
31
6:00 PM18:00

Reception for Madeline Gallucci

WFA will be holding a closing reception August 31st from 6 to 8 to offer buyers a final glimpse of the Summer Collective show featuring the work of Madeline Gallucci.  The community at WFA wishes Madeline safe travels and a lovely first semester as she heads off to the University of Chicago in a few weeks!

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The Drawing Room | August First Friday
Aug
3
5:00 PM17:00

The Drawing Room | August First Friday

The opening for Soft Geometry featuring new work by Laura Berman and Cheryl Gail will be held this Friday August 3rd from 5 to 8 pm at WFA's new second space, The Drawing Room.

The artworks of Laura Berman and Cheryl Gail contain similar visual motifs: shape, color and repetition play an important role in each artist's unique individual expression.  

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