: Kim Weinberger
: Curator/art adviser, Weinberger Fine Art
: Born in KCK. Lived in Rome, Italy, off and on for four years, then NYC for nine years. I moved back to Kansas City 20 years ago with my husband and first son.
: Overland Park. But now we are empty nesters and on a quest to find a new home, from Hyde Park to the West Plaza.
What I do (in 140 characters)
: As a gallerist, representing emerging and museum-quality artists locally and nationwide, I am a critical link between the artist and the art patron.
What's your addiction?
Surrounding myself with interesting and open-minded people who enjoy finding the best in everything, including all art forms, food and travel, which I never get enough of. My secret addiction is watching Food Network from bed.
What's your game?
I don't play games. I've been called "no-drama momma" before. Even if I go to Las Vegas, it's all about the food and the shows. Being an entrepreneur and in the art business is enough of a gamble.
What's your drink?
Water and wine, not necessarily in that order.
I love to cook, and I know I'm in the zone when the music goes on and the chopping board comes out. When there's no time, I'm a big fan of the Jacobson, Café Provence and Extra Virgin.
What's on your postcard?
We have so many interesting places and stunning architecture now. I guess I would have Michael Regnier, the photographer I'm showing currently, create a collage of the Crossroads Arts District with the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in the background. His cityscapes are delightfully revealing. His show, Sex and the City, is at my gallery through March 31.