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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Rainy New York

Is it raining where you are?  I just got caught in a major rain storm in upstate New York!  I'm on my way from Connecticut to North Carolina and happened to hit lots of weather.  It's calmed down at the moment but I'll be glad to be arriving at the BROADHURST Gallery in Pinehurst, NC where I will have my next show and reception.  Having a traveling show is exciting.  The galleries are thrilled and it will be interesting to see what catches peoples attention from one state to the next.  Join me at the Broadhurst Gallery this Saturday, May 21st from 1-5pm.  I'll be there for a "Meet & Greet T Barny" Art Reception.  Should be fun so I hope to see you there.  It's located at 2212 Midland Road in Pinehurst, NC - 910-295-4817.     

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Leaving on a Jet Plane Again

You're Invited!!  Join me for 2 more back to back receptions in Connecticut and North Carolina.  Another jet plane trip back east for my 30th Year of Sculpture celebration and 'traveling show'.  Hope to see you all there!  
Friday, May 13 from 5-7pm  Choate Rosemary Hall at the Paul Mellon Arts Center, Wallingford, CT.  I was in the Choate Class of '75 and it is Alumni Weekend May 13-15.  Looking forward to fond memories and a great time at the Reception.  Open to the public.  See you there!  
Saturday, May 21 from 1-5pm  Broadhurst Gallery, 2212 Midland Rd., Pinehurst, NC.  Broadhurst Gallery has been awarded for its "Excellence in the Arts".  I will be featured throughout their gallery and beautiful 15 acre sculpture garden.  It's a "Meet & Greet T Barny" event.  I'm looking forward to being in Pinehurst; you know it's the place for the US Open Golf Tournament.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011


T BARNY SCULPTURE NEWS What do you see out your window?  I see new window stickers.  Nice to have this project underway.  Power tools were buzzing in two locations here at the T Barny Gallery & Sculpture Gardens today - the window installer and me in the studio.  It makes me think about my designs - my "windows on the world".  I core drill openings or "windows" to start the pieces.  It's an interesting perspective at any angle to view through the sculpture and look upon it's environment.  Looking through my pieces becomes an interactive quality that helps you visualize your surroundings.  And, because many of my pieces turn 360 degrees, your "windows" can have 360 views.  Enjoy looking at my newest work at:  www.tbarny.com