FREDERICK R. WEISMAN FOUNDATION Los Angeles, California
PACE UNIVERSITY GALLERIES New York, N.Y.
FREDERICK R. WEISMAN ART MUSEUM Minneapolis, Minnesota
FROST ART MUSEUM Miami, Florida
EL PASO ART MUSEUM El Paso, Texas
HYDE COLLECTION Glen Falls, New York
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM Flagstaff, Arizona
AMARILLO MUSEUM OF ART Amarillo, Texas
ELGIZ MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART Istanbul, Turkey
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE MUSEUM OF ART Bangor, Maine
ST. GEORGE ART MUSEUM St. George, Utah
CALIFORNIA CENTER for the ARTS MUSEUM Escondido, California
WESTMONT COLLEGE-REYNOLDS GALLERY Santa Barbara, California
FORT WAYNE MUSEUM OF ART Fort Wayne, Indiana
MULVANE ART MUSEUM Topeka, Kansas
SOUTHERN ALLEGHENIES MUSEUM OF ART Loretto, Pennsylvania
HOUSATONIC MUSEUM OF ART Bridgeport, Conneticut
FSU- MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS MOFA Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida
DAVID WINTON BELL GALLERY List Art Center-Brown University Providence, Rhode Island
USF-CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM University of Southern Florida Tampa, Florida
BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART Boca Raton, Florida
CARNEGIE ART MUSEUM Oxnard, California
TUCSON MUSEUM OF ART Tucson, Arizona
BAKERSFIELD MUSEUM OF ART Bakersfield, California
MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART Jackson, Mississippi
TRITON MUSEUM OF ART Santa Clara, California
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS MOFA St. Petersburg, Florida
NAPLES MUSEUM OF ART Naples, Florida
ST. LOUIS MUSEUM OF ART Saint Louis, Missouri
Eli and Edythe BROAD MUSEUM OF ART
Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan
CROCKER ART MUSEUM Sacramento, California
FOOSANER ART MUSEUM Melbourne, Florida
LA SALLE UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
ROBERT V. FULLERTON ART MUSEUM San Bernardino, California
DAUM MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART Sedalia, Missouri
DE SAISSET MUSEUM OF ART Santa Clara, California
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MUSEUM OF ART Ann Arbor, Michigan
ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM Springfield, Illinois
OWENSBORO MUSEUM OF FINE ART Owensboro, Kentucky
KNOXVILLE MUSEUM OF ART Knoxville, Tennessee
ARKANSAS ARTS FOUNDATION Little Rock, Arkansas
MILDRED LANE KEMPER ART MUSEUM Washington University Saint Louis, Missouri
EVANSVILLE MUSEUM OF ART, HISTORY and SCIENCE Evansville, Indiana
SPRINGFIELD ART MUSEUM Springfield, Missouri
MARIANNA KISTLER BEACH MUSEUM OF ART Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART Saint. Louis, Missouri
MUSEUM OF ART & ARCHAEOLOGY University of Missouri
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY MUSEUM OF ART Lexington, Kentucky
MITCHELL ART MUSEUM-Cedarhurst Mt. Vernon, Illinois
LONGVIEW MUSEUM OF FINE ART Longview, Texas
LOVELAND MUSEUM OF ART Loveland, Colorado
SOUTHERN NEVADA MUSEUM OF FINE ART Las Vegas, Nevada
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY SIUE Edwardsville, Illinois
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY Guggenheim Gallery Orange, California
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
"Big Names Small Art 2017", CROCKER ART MUSEUM, Sacramento, California 2017
"Twenty-Twenty" ST. GEORGE ART MUSEUM St. George, UT
January 13-April 19, 2017
"Annual Art Auction" SIUE Edwardsville, Illinois
March 15th 2017
"Art for Art's Sake" CARNEGIE ART MUSEUM
Dec. 11-Feb. 19, 2017 Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation Los Angeles, CA.
"To PMA with Love" PENSACOLA MUSEUM OF ART FLORIDA
Sept. 23-Nov.12 2016 Permanent Collection
"Invitational Art Auction 2016"
CROCKER ART MUSEUM, Sacramento, CA.
"Invitational Art Auction 2016" LONGVIEW MUSEUM OF FINE ART, Longview, Texas 2016
"Big Names Small Art", CROCKER ART MUSEUM, Sacramento, CA. 2016
"SIU-E Annual Art Auction 2016", SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
"California Cool 2016" LAGUNA ART MUSEUM, Laguna Beach, CA.
"Collecting for the Twenty-First Century" ROGER WEIK 2015 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM, Flagstaff, Arizona
"California Cool 2015" LAGUNA ART MUSEUM, Laguna Beach, CA.
SIU-E Art Auction 2015, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
"Big Names, Small Art, CROCKER ART MUSEUM, Sacramento, CA.
"RIBBA-500" Group Exhibition, COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE,
Newport Beach, California September 12, 2014
"Permanent Collection Comes Into the Light"
ST. GEORGE ART MUSEUM
St. George, Utah
Through August 28, 2014
"Big Names, Small Art"
ROGER WEIK and others
CROCKER ART MUSEUM
June 7, 2014
"NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM"
ROGER WEIK and others
February 22nd, 2014
LMFA- LONGVIEW MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Longview, Texas www.lmfa.org
SANTA MONICA MUSEUM of ART, "INCOGNITO 2014", April 26TH,
Santa Monica Museum of Art | 2525 Michigan Ave G-1 | Santa Monica | CA | 90404 www.smmoa.org
"Recent Acquisitions 2014"
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM
"Group Exhibition", BLOOMINGDALES, South Coast Plaza,
Costa Mesa, California. December 2013
"Looking Back Five Years: NEW ACQUISITIONS EXHIBITION"
June 20-September 20, 2014
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE MUSEUM OF ART
40 Harlow St.
Bangor, Maine 04401
"ART afFAIR" San Diego, California
Represented by Contemporary Art Fair with Alexander Salazar Fine Arts November 2013
ELGIZ MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART "Alienation/Estrangement" 2013 Group International Exhibition ROGER WEIK Istanbul, Turkey www.elgizmuseum.org
ROGER WEIK: "Solo Exhibition" 2013
ALEXANDER SALAZAR FINE ART
San Diego, CA 92101
"Incognito" Friends of Art
ROGER WEIK and others.
January 31st 2013
NAPLES MUSEUM OF ART
"INCOGNITO" ROGER WEIK and others
Santa Monica Museum of Art
May 11th 2013 6--9 PM
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"SELECTIONS-CARNEGIE ART MUSEUM"
DEC. 9TH-FEB. 17TH 2013.
Group Exhibition 2012
COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ART GALLERY
Through October 6th 2012
Huntington Beach, CA. 92646
CARNEGIE ART MUSEUM
"Gems & Gesso: 25th Anniversay Gala"
ROGER WEIK Participating Artist
October 20th 2012
CROCKER AUCTION 2012
"Big Names/Small Art"
"76th National Midyear Exhibition" ROGER WEIK
BUTLER INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN ART 2012
PERMANENT COLLECTION: ROGER WEIK
"New Acquisitions" 2012
SOUTHERN NEVADA MUSEUM OF FINE ART Las Vegas, Nevada
ROGER WEIK: "DAUM 10! The First Decade" 2012
Major Group Exhibition
DAUM MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
ROGER WEIK "New Acquisitions 2012"
Museum of Art and Archaeology" Columbia, Missouri
ROGER WEIK: "INCOGNITO"
SANTA MONICA MUSEUM OF ART
Santa Monica, California March 2012
ROGER WEIK: "INCOGNITO at Friends of Art"
NAPLES MUSEUM OF ART Naples, Florida April 2012
ROGER WEIK: "Reflections Exhibition", OWENSBORO MUSEUM OF ART December 2-31st 2011
ROGER WEIK "New Acquisitions"
Longview Museum of Fine Art Longview, Texas 2011
"Roger Weik and Paul Ecke "ART INSTITUTE OF CALIFORNIA-OC" Oct. 1-Dec. 31st, 2011
"Splash" Group Exhibition CARNEGIE ART MUSEUM through August 2011
"Texture and Form" Group Exhibition, WILLIAM MERRILL GALLERY, Laguna Beach, CA. Feb/March 2011
"Incognito" SANTA MONICA MUSEUM OF ART, California April 30, 2011
"INCOGNITO" Naples Museum of Art, Naples, Florida January 2011
"ART afFAIR" San Diego, California 2010
Art April 2010
"Inaugural Group Exhibition" ALEXANDER SALAZAR FINE ART, San Diego, CA. March 26th 2010
"Crocker Art Museum, Art Auction" Sacramento, California May 2011
Hi Roger- Just got back from Ashland, OR where Liz and I were visiting my sister. Beautiful town. Working on several new series, including one called "Thickets". I think you'd like it. Haven't posted here yet (they're on Facebook- are you a member?), but maybe I'll do what you do and post them on this LA group, rather than to my personal page that, like everyone else's here, gets very little interaction. Peace! Marcel
Slides to record your work (and to show to people who can't see it in person)? That's crazy these days! Absolutely photograph them digitally and then 'tweak' them in Photoshop or whatever photo software you use (eg: iPhoto that comes prepackaged from Apple with most Mac computers): exposure, color (hue and temperature), saturation, contrast, black levels, white levels, level of detail in shadows, level of detail in the highlights, sharpness, definition, retouch (to get rid of any specks, dust or small flaws), crop, rotate, etc. You can go through all those adjustments in a few minutes to make sure the digital image represents your work most accurately and as you'd ideally like.
There are definite pros and cons to digital vs film, but when the dramatically lower cost, greater mobility, instantaneous review and the ability to easily use powerful post-production tools like PhotoShop are considered; digital is clearly the way to go. I do miss the ultra sharp resolution and vivid colors of Kodachrome though,
In response to your Q on my wall- All my images are digital although the older ones were originally shot on film. None of the images I've posted are of prints; if the original was on film, I scanned the negative or transparency to create a digital file.