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NCECA Exhibits Roundup, Multiple Venues

NCECA Exhibits Roundup, Multiple Venues

This spring, the Kansas City area has been able to boast an embarrassment of riches in ceramics exhibitions. Through early June, approximately 100 venues stretching from Manhattan, Kan., to Sedalia, Mo., featured ceramics exhibitions in conjunction with the annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) held in Kansas City […]

Hunt Slonem | Works from the Artist’s Studio, May 5 – June 25

Hunt Slonem | Works from the Artist’s Studio, May 5 – June 25

Weinberger Fine Art is excited to announce the upcoming exhibition, HUNT SLONEM | WORKS FROM THE ARTIST’S STUDIO. Join the artist at Weinberger Fine Art for a special VIP cocktail reception and book signing on Thursday, May 5th from 5-8pm.  Food will be provided by Bluestem and entertainment by ArtsKC grant recipient, Amado Espinoza.  Tickets […]

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Creative Gardens: Six Idylls of Individuality

Creative Gardens: Six Idylls of Individuality

The art of gardening bears a singular attraction for artists, offering a break from indoor studio routines and another outlet for creativity normally channeled into paintings, pots and performances. But as seen in this illustrated tour of the gardens of five area artists and one art conservator, there is plenty of aesthetic and philosophical overlap […]

Collector’s Corner: Lewis and Sue Nerman

Collector’s Corner: Lewis and Sue Nerman

Lewis and Sue Nerman’s Hallbrook home could easily be mistaken for a contemporary art museum. Every wall displays major works by leading names from Pop to post-modernism: James Rosenquist, Donald Judd, Cindy Sherman, Malcolm Morley, Chuck Close, Martin Puryear, Richard Tuttle, Kara Walker. And the closer one moves to the present, the more global the […]

Gary Staab: The Second Coolest Job in the World

Gary Staab: The Second Coolest Job in the World

The Kearney-based paleosculptor makes dinosaurs, mummies and mammoths for museums worldwide. He calls himself a “paleosculptor.” Gary Staab brings the wow factor to natural history and science museums, recreating ancient fossils and skeletal remains in mesmerizing detail and at mammoth scale. Staab spends his days (and sometimes nights) engrossed in his work in his Kearney, […]

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