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Jill C. Weisberg is a contemporary artist who creates paintings in nail polish and public art installations. Her paintings and public installations encourage dialogue about feminism. The metallic, glittery reflective materials she uses in her work meant to attract the viewer and primarily dazzle the eye while secondarily promoting concepts or messaging. Weisberg is a Hollywood, Florida native and the natural beauty, culture and vibrancy of South Florida has informed her material choices. 

Weisberg received her MFA from Florida Atlantic University. She was awarded a CIP Grant from Broward Cultural Division for “She Comes First” an exterior, type-based public art piece. Most recently, Weisberg has exhibited at “Fair.”, an all-female alternative non-commercial art fair presented by Spinello Projects at Brickell City Centre, in Miami, Florida. She has also exhibited at Design Sublime in Miami, Florida; Bailey Contemporary Arts in Pompano Beach, Florida; Locust Projects in Miami, Florida; Girls’ Club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Truman State University Gallery in Kirksville, Missouri and Gallery RFD in Swainsboro, Georgia. Weisberg is the curator and project manager of the Community Redevelopment Agency of Hollywood’s Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, a contemporary exterior mural project. With over 24 murals, the award-winning DHMP is the largest walkable mural project in Broward County and features renowned local, national and international artists. Additionally, she currently co-owns and co-curates Storefront Art Studio, a gallery/project space with her partner in Hollywood, Florida and is the Principal and Creative Director of Schrift & Farbe Design Group.