Artworks
Acrylic on canvas
1994
assemblage, found object assemblage sculpture
2015
Mixed Media Sculpture and assemblage wall hanging
2015
Painting
assemblage
2014
Mixed Media Assemblage
1990
Assemblage and found object sculpture
2015
Acrylic on canvas
2007
mixed media acrylic on paper
1988
mixed media
2010
Ink, pencil and marker on map
1990
Ink, pencil and marker on map
1989
Ink, pencil and markers on map
1990
Portrait, Acrylic on canvas
2015
Watercolor on Paper
1990
Acrylic on canvas
2007
assemblage, MIxed media on wood
1990
Drawing, Ink, Pencil, marker on map
1990
Mixed Media Sculpture
2012
mixed media
2012
Acrylic on canvas
2015

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  • BFA - Barry Fine Arts, in association with the Q1 Gallery, presents the work of four artists. Join us for a night of colorful paintings at the Q.arma Building in Northeast Minneapolis. 1224 Quincy Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
  • In combination as well as separately they represent the amalgamation of a lifetime of work. Some of the imagery is still recognizable while other elements become obsured, like the edges of a memory. Triangle of Light is derived from the triangle pose which anchors the individual while opening up to all that is. The rebirth of the floppy discs as elements of the form, illuminated by the figure's own light source represents the power we all share to bring new life to anything. Coupled with the bac…
  • The Warrior pose in yoga develops strength, balance and focus. The Celtic Knot has three interpretations... Early Christian understanding views the symbol as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Whereas, a more pagan school of thought sees the trinity knot as the drawing of the three inherent feminine powers: Mother, Crone, and Maiden. Still another understanding can be found in a more metaphysical arena where the three corners represent mind, body and spirit.  
  • Barry McMahon updated the Artwork Peace Sign
    Recycled symbol recycled material recycled message. As important now as ever!
  • Barry McMahon updated the Artwork Good Moon Risin'
    In the early nineties, I had the pleasure of working with one of the sweetest men I have ever met, John Kuker.  I recently learned that he passed away. He was a very strong supporter of local music and much more can be said about his influence and artistry as the creator of Seedy Underbelly and the savior of Pacyderm Studios in Minneapolis. I chose to use John’s beaming face as the man on the moon in this collage of elements from my own life. The energy that comes from the rising moon, bathin…
  • Barry McMahon updated the Artwork Camel Beats Flash
    Flash, the super hero who can move faster than anyone, even violating the laws of physics, is depicted in this spoof with end-stage emphysema. Despite his protest, the evil, smoking camel is able to wheel the breathless, powerless Flash into the second-hand shop with all of its smoking paraphernalia to unmercifully tease and remind him of the fate that befalls smokers and the unfortunate people around them who suffer from second-hand smoke inhalation. We all have the right to personal choice, bu…
  • Leer, Masks and a nod to Duchamp however slight, this drawing is part of the original series for the graphic novel "Leer".