This is the second of a two-part essay on the work of James Christensen, Cassandra Barney and Emily McPhie now on exhibit at the Springville Museum of Art. The first part can be found in our February 2014 edition. Part II All good art is at once surface and […]
If asked to name an artist they know something about, most people would probably reply, ‘Vincent.’ They might well defend their nomination by pointing out that he was precisely what comes to mind when someone says ‘artist.’ He was notoriously daft: inspired, driven mad by the very […]
A look at Cassandra Barney and Brian Kershisnik’s collaborative drawings now up at Kayo Gallery.
[portfolio_slideshow] December 29th marked the end of Park City’s autumnal hibernation. Every fall, after a relatively busy summer season climaxing with the frenzy of the Park City Arts Festival, Summit County’s art scene settles, like the bears who used to roam their mountains, for a period of denning, […]
Cassandra Barney explores the complexities of human emotion, longing and loss, suffering and acceptance that accompany those rare moments that steal into each of our lives. 15 BYTES ARTICLES Exhibition Review: Salt Lake City Drawing Together Collaborations by Cassandra Barney and Brian Kershisnik at Kayo by Geoff Wichert […]