Public Art

Marbleized paper transformed into glass mosaic at Mayer-of-Munich

Matching the fluidity of the original marbleized paper in slivers and shards of vibrant glass is easy for a pro like Giulia at Mayer-of-Munich in Germany. I spent a week working alongside the master artisans creating sample materials of my work in mosaic and glass. Below is a small section cropped out of my paper [&hellip + view

clé tile artist collection

clé tile, in Sausalito, CA, has launched a collection of Michelle Weinberg hydraulic cement tiles. Find out more here + view

Frequent Shopper at ArtCenter/South Florida’s Windows @Walgreens

On Collins Ave and 74th Street, Miami Beach, Frequent Shopper is on view through July 25, 2016. Building on an ongoing project to up-cycle everyday packages for toiletries and other consumer objects by painting or “re-branding” them, Frequent Shopper spans both storefronts of the busy Walgreens, North and East-facing. Using painted graphics that extend the [&hellip + view

Night and Day, Terrazzo floor installed at Miami Dade County Fire Station 64, Miami Lakes

Commissioned by Miami Dade County Art in Public Places. My design for a terrazzo floor was inspired by the striping on M-D Co. Fire Trucks. These stripes began in the small entry lobby, where a sun and moon are installed, and then spread throughout the station’s main common area for firefighters. Beautiful terrazzo installation by [&hellip + view

Second Phase of West End Utility Boxes ready to go

    Vinyl color tests in the shop, ready to wrap FPL boxes in Miami’s West End. The image is Cutaway Layers 2, commissioned by Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places + view

Utility Boxes wrapped in Miami’s District 11

A project of Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places for the thriving West End community, twenty utility boxes have been wrapped with the image Cutaway Layers. An instagram contest is underway for residents to post their sightings. Thanks to Commission Juan C. Zapata and his team in District + view

Intricate Pattern Overlay mural at Wolfsonian-FIU for ArtBasel/Miami Beach 2014

In conjunction with the Wolfsonian Museum-FIU exhibition “Myth and Machine: The First World War in Visual Culture” I’ve installed “Intricate Pattern Overlay” an exterior paint mural on the facade and side face of the museum’s historic building in Miami Beach. The mural is inspired by the invention of dazzle painting, a systems of high-contrast stripes [&hellip + view

Project Launch: Speech Patterns Tiled Plazas

Speech Patterns is: Small-scale public plazas in under-utilized slices of urban Miami. Inspired by historic architectural calligraphy, handmade cement tile patterns repeat hyper-fast message units from today’s vernacular of instant gratification: pop-up ads, self-help lingo, hashtags & viral internet memes such as: “very good” “free time” “easy money” “say it loud” “run with it”, “get down,” [&hellip + view

Spare Room opening at ArtCenter/South Florida, Miami Beach

Until August 20, Spare Room is open at 800 Lincoln Rd, #101. ArtCenter/South Florida sponsors this temporary project. Stay tuned + view

Draw on My City sidewalk art installations in Hollywood, FL

    Draw on My City comprises six unique sidewalk designs for six neighborhoods in Hollywood, FL. Funded by the Community Foundation of Broward, administered by the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Mosaic art produced by Miotto Mosaics in New York, lettering water-jet cut and assembled by Michelle Weinberg Studio, and installed under the [&hellip + view

City of Hollywood, FL – first sidewalk installed

Porcelain mosaic by Miotto Mosaics, NY, and water-jet cut lettering made by Creative Waterjet, Miami. Thanks to a crack installation crew. This is the first of six sidewalks to be installed in Hollywood in the next few months. Thanks to Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, City of Hollywood and Community Foundation of Broward + view

Ground Cover Dance Steps sidewalk public art project, Tampa, FL

Playful physics for footsteps – colored recycled glass aggregate material installed on three blocks and crosswalks of Zack Street in downtown Tampa. One more block to go. Stay tuned + view