Kathy Weaver Sentience Opening Reception: Friday, February 5, 6:00 - 9:00
February 5 - March 27, 2016,Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art,
2320 Chicago Ave.
Chicago, Il 60622
In “Sentience,” five Chicago-based artists embrace mediums of construction, assemblage or collage in a range of vastly differing practices. Though David Criner, Marcos Raya, Tom Torluemke, Kathy Weaver and Stacia Yeapanis each work within their own unique artistic intentions, their works share a strangeness that results from the tension of commingling imagination with the stuff of everyday life.
Kathy Weaver Mimetic Concerns
Throes of Progress II: Kathy Weaver, Jacqueline Moses and Dominic Sansone
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 11, 4:30 -7:30 p.m.
February 2 - March 19, 2016
H.F. Johnson Gallery,Carthage College,
2001 Alford Park Drive,Kenosha, WI 53140
In “Throes of Progress II” artists Jacqueline Moses, Kathy Weaver, and Dominic Sansone question the price of progress in an industrialized techno landscape. Is unchecked growth, in industry and the military, a path to intellectual and economic advancement? The serious subject matter delivers a surprise in dynamic color and gallows humor.
Kathy Weaver at Cliff Dwellers,
Opening Reception Wednesday, February 3, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
February 2 - April 4, 2016,200 S. Michigan,Chicago, IL 60604
Organic airbrushed forms derived from nanotechnology and artificial intelligence will be on exhibit at the 106 year old Cliff Dwellers Club in Chicago. Perched on the 22nd floor overlooking Millennium Park, the club, at 200 S. Michigan, counted among their members Louis Sullivan, Roger Ebert, Daniel Burnham, Frank Lloyd Wright.Weaver’s work on exhibit will include large stitched fiber works on satin as well as painted, embroidered and burned works on paper. On March 8th, at a noontime event to honor International Women’s Day, Weaver will make a presentation of her work.
Of Materials, Fiber and Book Arts : Melissa Jay Craig, Ted Preuss, Kathy Weaver and Invited Artists
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 19, 5-7 pm,March 19 - April 30,
Zia Gallery,548 Chestnut, Winnetka IL 60093
|Weaver- The Perpetual Practice of the Two Legged Beast-detail|
Want to see how wildly divergent artists make use of their materials? At "Of Materials, Fiber, and Book Arts," one artist creates paper , another photographs onto fragile leaves, while a third juxtaposes a creepy scientist with a snarling bear. And that doesn't even include the visiting artist's work! Should be a fun show.
Chicago Artists Interpret Shakespeare,
Opening Reception: Friday,March 4, 5-8 pm,March 4 – March 30
Dan Addington Gallery,704 N. Wells St., Chicago, IL 60654
For more info:
Kathy Weaver, firstname.lastname@example.org, 847.858.4758, kweaverarts.com