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

Dale Zine Sketchbook.

Dale Zine is a Miami based art project started by Steve Saiz. It features very talented artist like Jen Stark, FreeGums, FriendsWithYou and more. Sketchbook. is a selection of pages from my hand-bound drawing books, including covers made by collaging found papers. The complete library of these books number 63 – and counting…. Available for [&hellip + view

100+ Degrees in the Shade

A survey of South Florida artists curated by Jane Hart, catalog available at NAME publications. Installations at various venues, including Design Sublime, at Rail 71 in Little River. Visit 100degreesintheshade.com for more info on openings and events. Stage Right, 2015, gouache and rubber stamps on paper, 25″ x 1 + view

Collaborating with Curatorial + Co. in Sydney, AU

I am pleased to announce that I’m now collaborating with Sophie Vander of Curatorial + Co. in Sydney, Australia. Visit Curatorialandco.com to see my recent works incorporating graphic elements with my hand-marbleized papers. Congratulations on a great launch. Rabbit Hole, 2014, gouache and hand-marbleized paper + view

Michelle Weinberg at StateofWonderArt.com

I’m pleased to announce that some of my hand-marbleized papers are available on State of Wonder, an online gallery. The prints are collectively titled Aquatic Blooms because they reference algae blooms that form on water. The marbleizing technique involves printing a unique image directly from floating pigments.   + view