Lawrence Fine Art

Name : Kevin Barrett
Biography :

 Kevin Barrett’s (b. 1962) formal impulse carries a Neo-Modernist orientation to sculpture. It is an impulse that not only projects a deeply felt expressive content, but also carries a carefully hewn visual language. His shapes are complexly configured in three-dimensional space through the formal application of alternating thrusts and conterthrusts that function as a means toward rhythmic unity.

Son of a sculptor, Barrett attended the School of Visual Arts in NY and the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore. He apprenticed with and helped build sculptures for such well-known artists as Tom Wesselman, Marjorie Strider, Herbert Ferber and Alan Houser. He has shown extensively and his work is in numerous private and public collections.
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