Michelle Weinberg painter, public art

photo: Paul Stoppi

photo: Paul Stoppi

Painting is the point of origin for me to germinate ideas, an arena within which I can invent new spaces that exist in a “pretend dimension” of my own devising. It is a kind of painting that approaches the condition of architecture, in which a wall or a floor can become larger than life, take on a performative role.

INTRICATE PATTERN OVERLAY 2016 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper (diptych) 40 x 30 inches

INTRICATE PATTERN OVERLAY 2016 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper (diptych) 40 x 30 inches

STAGE LEFT AND CENTER 2015 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper (diptych) 25 x 18 inches each

STAGE LEFT AND CENTER 2015 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper (diptych) 25 x 18 inches each

INTRICATE PATTERN OVERLAY 2015 Exterior paint mural for Wolfson Museum FIY Miami Beach, FL, 24 x 174 feet

INTRICATE PATTERN OVERLAY 2015 Exterior paint mural for Wolfson Museum FIU Miami Beach, FL, 24 x 174 feet

TILED HOUSE 2016 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper 25 x 18 inches

TILED HOUSE 2016 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper 25 x 18 inches

EXIT THE FUN HOUSE 2016 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper 25 x 18 inches

EXIT THE FUN HOUSE 2016 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper 25 x 18 inches

STAGE RIGHT 2015 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper 25 x 18 inches

STAGE RIGHT 2015 Gouache and rubber stamps on paper 25 x 18 inches

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