I'll be in Santa Fe soon for “Barny Harris LIVE!”, an exhibition of new works by myself and New Mexico painter Gregory Frank Harris. This exhibition is an exploration of the human relationship with the natural world. From the soul-stirring geometries of the sun-drenched Southwestern landscape to the mystifying contours found in my Mobius-inspired pieces, we will celebrate nature’s infinite forms in works that are both intimate and broadly accessible.
come see me at the opening reception on Friday, September 9th from 5:00
– 7:00pm at Hunter Kirkland Contemporary, 200-B Canyon Road in Santa
Fe! If you can’t make it then, don’t worry...the exhibition will
continue throughout the month of September 2016. This exhibition marks a
number of milestones for me – it is a celebration of 36 years spent
carving over 200 different types of stone sourced from 43 nations, and
it's shortly following my 60th birthday.
latest Mobius-inspired, seashell-like works in bronze and an array of
unusual stones are, to quote a collector, “Nothing short of
If you missed it – I was recently in the news! Ann
Carranza wrote a flattering article with a new take on my life’s work.
Maybe reading it will inspire you to join me in person this September. http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/5839928-181/healdsburg-sculptor-is-a-psychologist
Sunday, December 6, 2015
2015 started with a flood in the corporation yard of the T Barny Studio.Even my large blocks of stone were tumbled by the force of the water. It meant a lot of clean up work
During the summer we had a T Barny marketing summit which helped me clarify who is buying T Barny sculpture and who are potential collectors!. I also attended a 'carving camp' at Camp Brotherhood in Washington State sponsored by the Northwester Stone Sculptors Association!!!
Then my T Barny season started with a show in Santa Rosa, which was followed by one in Carmel at Mary Titus Gallery. That was Clara & Sander's first T Barny gallery opening.
After that it was our annual show at Hunter Kirkland Galley in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Owner Nancy Hunter always find the most amazing match between my sculpture and a particular painter! This year it was Peter Burega.
The wrap up was Sonoma County's annual Art Trails. It is the only time I open my T Barny studio, gallery and sculpture gardens to the general public. We are open for two weekends and while it is a lot of work, it is also satisfying to see 60+ people coming to visit every day! I guess people really do want to 'touch a T Barny
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
|Illustration by Joey Manfre|
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
|T Barny, #167 & Sargam Griffin, #166 Hanging Art Trails Signs|