Wendy Weiss exhibits at Museum of Nebraska Art


Wendy Weiss exhibits at Museum of Nebraska Art

17 Jan 2012    

galleryAgainst the Sky at MONA -- Professor Wendy Weiss and her husband and collaborator Jay Kreimer are presenting their most recent installation  Against the Sky at the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney. The show features 5 new weavings by Weiss made with cotton, wool, monofilament, all dyed with locally sourced natural dye. Kreimer built 7 wood sculptures, as well as a crow on a stump and a Sandhill Crane, and a platform for the floor weaving. He also created a motion-triggered sound track that is composed of bird and wind sounds.  The show is part of the "Nebraska Now" series and is on view until April 8, 2012. The Museum of Nebraska Art is located in downtown Kearney, a short distance from I-80. Any TCD'ers heading to Kearney in March to see the Sandhill crane migration won't want to miss this faculty exhibition.


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