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

Suddenly, Last Summer, at FIU Frost Museum, Miami

The installation “Between the Page and the Wall” is on view at the Frost Art Museum through Sept 25, 2016. Curated by Adrienne Rose Gionta for the exhibition “Suddenly, Last Summer”, as part of the Museum’s Summer of Women, Between the Page and the Wall recreates a summer residency/retreat habitat of an artist. The small [&hellip + view

Hand-marbleized papers by Michelle Weinberg

After being inspired by marbled papers from Near Eastern and Renaissance books for so many years, I decided to invent my own method of marbleizing papers using water-based pigments. The marbleizing process quickly became a new engine for generating drawing and pattern, a collaboration between my color choices, the subtle weight differences among pigments and [&hellip + view

1,000 Scene Changes at design sublime – installation views

1,000 Scene Changes is an exhibition of recent works by Michelle Weinberg organized around several environments: a Main Stage, Playsets, Storyboard, Shop and misc. marbles. Some paintings on paper are detailed, fully fleshed out characters, and others play supporting roles, as visual motifs are extracted, expanded, repeated in different scales. By stacking the works on [&hellip + view

Recipient of a Wavemaker New Works/Projects Grant 2016

Wavemaker Grants supports my interdisciplinary collaborative project Moving Parts, which will develop and produce an original theater work for a small, portable stage. Moving Parts will assemble 4-5 collaborators from varied disciplines to conceive and produce an original work of theater for a compact, portable stage (approx 4’ x 4’ x 4’). Through a series [&hellip + view