The varying imagery in these groups of work argues in favor of Weil’s ability to transcend genres and visual tropes. It should be said that she is also an excellent book artist--someone who has beautifully illustrated writers such as Rumi and Joyce. The allure of this fine show has a lot to do with its variants in regard to form. Weil’s art belongs to a different era, but that does not make it antiquated. She is someone who approaches her endeavor with an open eye and an open mind; her work conveys enjoyment with memorable effectiveness.