Fine Print Fair @ Cleveland Museum of Art

Cade Tompkins Projects

Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to exhibit work at the Print Club of Cleveland’s annual benefit for the Cleveland Museum of Art’s department of prints and drawings. Fourteen dealers from around the country will exhibit and sell fine prints and drawings, from old master to contemporary, plus photographs, at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Artists include, Serena Perrone, Nancy Friese, Orit Hofshi, Daniel Heyman, Stella Ebner, Kevin Frances, Michael Krueger, Susan Hardy, Karen Tompkins, Sophiya Khwaja and others.

Opening Night Benefit Preview: Thursday, September 14, 2017 6-9PM

Fine Art Print Fair: September 15 – 17

Cade Tompkins Projects, Providence, RI

Visiting Artist Lecture – Kansas City Art Institute

SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 @ 11:45  – Vanderslice Hall at KCAI in the Epperson Auditorium


Throughout the academic year, KCAI students have opportunities to meet, work with and hear lectures by a wide range of campus visitors, many of whom are celebrated artists and designers. Often, they conduct workshops during their stay. Some take time to talk with students one-on-one and critique their work.

We invite you to join us for Current Perspectives. Lectures are FREE and take place on Thursdays 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Vanderslice Hall at KCAI in the Epperson Auditorium.

Haw Contemporary, KCMO – Solo Exhibition

summer, winter, fall, spring

Opening Reception: Friday, September 08, 6 – 9PM

September 08 – October 14, 2017

Haw Contemporary, 1600 Liberty, Kansas City, MO 64102

18 new paintings. The exhibition is divided into the four seasons, albeit out of order.
Follow the link above to read the exhibition statement.

falling_leaves(flat_sm96)Fall, acrylic on linen, 52″ x 82″, 2017

Big Medium, Austin, TX – 3 Person Exhibition

Island Oasis Mirage

Opening Reception: Friday, June 9, 7-10pm

Exhibition Dates: June 9 – July 8, 2017

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #101, Austin TX 78702
Gallery hours: Tue – Sat, 12-6pm and by appointment

An island represents a detached form surrounded by space, an oasis is a pleasant area in the midst of a difficult space, and a mirage is an optical illusion; the work of Krueger, Weissberger and McShane occupies a place that is simultaneously all three.

Krueger, McShane and Weissberger explore images and objects in ways that challenge notions of representation, often employing the languages of sculpture, drawing, painting, photography at once.


left to right: Green Sea, Blue Moon, 15” x 11”, acrylic on linen, 2015

Be Still, The End is Near, 13” x 10”, colored pencil, 2016

All Gold, 13.75″ x 10.75″, colored pencil,  2016

KCUR: Poetry Unites Kansas, Arts And Politics

Radio Interview

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, local artists weigh in on how they address politics with their work.

Listen  –


  • Dave Loewenstein, Kansas City muralist and painter
  • Michael J. Krueger, artist and art professor, University of Kansas
  • Grace Chin, Kansas City artist