"Weinberg was among the first Americans to turn his back on the utilitarian skin of glass, seen in blown vessels and windows alike, in favor of the solid objects that began appearing in Bohemia in the mid-20th century. Exploiting the plastic virtuosity of glass, these natural extensions of Cubism use transparency, translucency, refraction and internal reflections to confound both the observer's gaze and expectations."
- Geoff Wichert: Craft Arts International