The artist Paul Vincent Bernard who is as well-known for his work as for his wife Irene Maya Ota’s fabulous sushi served at most of his openings tells us: Who do I love? Let me count the ways. Let me count some of the artists. All of […]
The Bountiful/Davis Art Center announced the winners of their Annual Statewide Competition at the Opening Reception Awards Ceremony Friday, March 7. BDAC Director Emma Dugal stated, “BDAC is bursting at the seams with art. The breadth and depth of talent in this show is impressive.” Awards are as follows: […]
Place is not a thing, it is not even a space, it is an experience. An experience that, through the artist’s hand, can be shared. This is the concept that drives “Spirit of Place,” featuring works by Darryl Erdmann, Mark Knudsen and Paul Vincent Bernard, currently up at […]
The Bountiful/Davis Art Center opened its Annual Statewide Competition last night in their new (but temporary) space at the Davis County Memorial Courthouse in Farmington. The 38th annual competition featured 115 pieces created by 81 different artists. The winners, chosen by juror Mikell Stringham of Mondo Fine Art, […]
Ehren Clark visits the studio of Paul Vincent Bernard to tell the story of this printmaker turned painter.
Paul Vincent Bernard creates dark layered monolithic landscape forms that crowd the printed page. Gestural edge marks float away and fall from these forms.
“I have ink in my blood.” So says printmaker Paul Vincent Bernard in a recent interview that appeared in Gavin’s Underground — http://community.kutv.com/blogs/games/archive/2008/07/21/3219356.aspx. Bernard’s work is currently on display at Tanner Frames, and his studio was featured in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes. To look at the […]