The North Platte and the South Platte Rivers meet near the city of North Platte, Nebraska, and form the Platte River, which flows 310 miles across the state where it meets the Missouri River. In the Kearney, NE area, it serves as a staging ground for the annual migration north of the Sandhill Crane. TheyContinue reading “Braided River Broad Shallows”
Tugboat Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska’s most hip alternative space presented “There’s Always an Apex Predator” featuring new work by Jay Kreimer and Wendy Weiss, September 2-29, 2016. “There’s Always an Apex Predator” explores crocodiles, prisoners of war, the holocaust and more though painted wood sculptures, digitally cut vinyl wall installations, prints, and a sound score byContinue reading “There’s Always an Apex Predator”
On The Wall L. Kent Wolgamott: Lux installation responds to life in India L. KENT WOLGAMOTT Lincoln Journal Star Jun 11, 2016 Review of “They Gave us Directions” additional photos in article detail of music cart, photo by Wendy Weiss
They Gave Us Directions Lux Art Center, Lincoln, NE luxcenter.org/…/they-gave-us-directions-by-jay-kreimer-and-wendy-weiss First Friday Reception: Friday, May 6, 2016 from 5-8 p.m. View through June 24 Bri Murphy, gallery director of the Lux Art Center, sent out the message I have pasted below: May is another month with two exciting exhibition openings you won’t want to miss.Continue reading “They Gave Us Directions”
Time-honored ikat weaving at Patio Gallery Jay Kreimer’s web page
We are looking forward to installing our show in Louisville next week and meeting the community there.
Patio Gallery Jewish Community Center, Louisville, Kentucky February 21-March 29, 2016 Opening reception, Sunday, Feb. 21, 2-4pm This exhibition features recent naturally dyed ikat weavings by Wendy Weiss and accompanying photographs of ikat artisans at work in India and historic looms and factory buildings in Łodź, Poland by Jay Kreimer. The exhibition also highlightsContinue reading “Fences, Trees and Looms: Following the Thread Weavings by Wendy Weiss and Photographs by Jay Kreimer”