Weinberger Fine Art Announces The Summer Collective, July 1 – August 27

Join us at Weinberger Fine Art for a fun reception with food trucks and entertainment on Friday, July 15th from 5:30-8pm.  Food Trucks will be parked outside in front of the gallery with entertainment inside provided by Leo Gayden, a hip hop dancer and DJ.  Gayden was recently featured in the May/June issue of KC Studio Magazine.    RSVP to this FREE event at www.weinbergerfineart.com

Weinberger Fine Art is excited to announce the upcoming exhibition, THE SUMMER COLLECTIVE | SIX PAINTERS SPANNING ABSTRACT TO REALISM.  This exhibition is on view from July 1 – August 27th and highlights work recently curated from six painters with various perspectives, ranging from abstract to realism, related to the subject of landscape.  The painters featured in THE SUMMER COLLECTIVE are Francis Livingston, Richard Mattsson, Jeff Robinson, Clare Doveton, Daryl Thetford, and Jennifer Rivera.  The concept of landscape pervades the show with works including abstracted prairie landscapes, realistic Kansas City landscapes, ambiguous colorful abstractions, fantastic sky-scapes, and paintings of urban settings and places.

The gallery will also feature recent figurative work by Dean Kube and the abstract color-fields with integrated embroidery of Raul de la Torre.

Gallery hours for Weinberger Fine Art are Tuesday through Friday from 10 – 6pm and Saturday from 12-5pm or by appointment and/or chance.  The gallery hosts Members Only hours on First Friday from 5-7:30pm and is open to the public from 7:30-9pm.  Members are welcome to enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres during Members Only hours.  It is the perfect time to enjoy the excitement of First Friday!  Visit www.weinbergerfineart.com to become a member.

For more information, we encourage you to visit their newly updated website or feel free to call the gallery at 816-301-4428

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