Important: Due to the limitations of this electronic medium and the highly refined and delicate nature of his paintings, visuals here may not exhibit their full colors and details of the originals. The true softness of each may be lost, but even on your flat screen the visual depth of each painting will not be lost.
Note: All images are Internationally copyrighted with the Library of Congress. All rights reserved.
Welcome To The "House of Barr"The Artist's Private Studios. Scottsdale, Arizona
The museum treasures that you are about to experience will not be found in commercial galleries.
Whether it's a landscape, still-life, structural scene, or wildlife, there will never be any mechanical, commercial-similarity from one work to another. Pure master painting! As did 17th through 19 century painting masters, Gary only uses the three basic primary colors: red, blue and yellow, plus white, to mix his colors. Much of the mixing is done directly on the canvas.
Internationally acclaimed for his ability to capture the delicate essence of the Sonoran Desert.
Considered an American Renoir... Gary possesses a pure Midas-touch that creates impressionistic works unequaled today for their soft eloquence, with visual and soulful depth. He emulates no other painter: his visual expression is uniquely his own. Many of his paintings have been acquired by both Hollywood and European royalty.
The late actor and highly accomplished painter Anthony Quinn said of Gary's paintings: " his pure honest depth of feeling is only achieved by a very few in the visual and performing arts."
At solo exhibits, many guests find themselves checking the signatures on his paintings to verify that they really do belong to just one artist. A rare talented Renaissance man who can give collectors exactly what they want...Plus designing and hand-crafting museum framing to harmoniously complement each creation.
Elizabeth Victoria Bradley Studio: (480) 945-4617
Gary has dedicated this web portfolio to the memory of Grace Barr and film legend Jimmy Stewart for their never-ending encouragement and support. The 15 pages that follow give a very small sampling of diverse images available to collectors.