Kish College Gallery hosts Margi Weir exhibition
The Kishwaukee College Art Gallery will host an exhibition of the works of Margi Weir, titled “Observations and Innuendos,” through Nov. 15. There will be an artist’s reception from noon to 2 p.m. today in the gallery.
Margi Weir earned her Master of Fine Arts in painting from the University of California at Los Angeles; her master’s degree in painting from New Mexico State University; her Bachelor of Fine Art in painting from San Francisco Art Institute; and her bachelor’s degree in art history from Wheaton College, Massachusetts. She has spent many years as a professional artist, living and working in California, New Mexico, Colorado and Paris, France. She currently lives in Detroit and is an assistant professor of painting and drawing in the James P. Duffy Department of Art and Art History at Wayne State University.
Her work has won numerous awards including Best Work on Paper in the first Southwest Biennial at the Albuquerque Museum and Best of Show in New Directions in Fiber at CORE New Art Space, Denver. She has had solo exhibitions across the United States and a retrospective of her work, titled “Margi Weir: Three Decades of Inquiry,” opened at the Las Cruces Museum of Art in 2009.
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