Fauvist Fine Art

 

Brian Barkis is an imaginative painter who is driven by an incredible passion for self-expression through a fauvist palette of Colors.  His works are often noted for their unique style, elegance, and technique that allows the patron to discover with each viewing something new and stimulating to reflect on in the piece.

Brian has developed an innovative style that is heavily influenced by the Fauve, Expression, Metaphysical, Cubist and Surrealist schools.  Throughout his body of work, he uses vibrant colors to create strong emotions or thought, which makes his work an excellent choice for a wide range of purposes and locations.

Brian paints both in oils and mixed media (textured papers and oil pastels) to create his unique modern technique.  Although Brian loves to express his vision through art, he is also adept at creating a feel and a look through the interpretation of his clients’ wishes through Commissioned commercial works that readily communicates the vision of his client.

Brian lists, to give credit, the following artists as having a profound on-going influence on his painting style:  V. Van Gogh,  A. DeRain, M. de Vlaminck,  G. Braque,  P. Picasso,  S. Delauney,  G. de Chirico, W. Kandinsky,  M. Hartley, Matisse and C. Hassam.  He has been painting for over 24 years, with works hanging in private collections along the West Coast.  With the creation of his business:  Fauvist Fine Art he is taking it to the next level.

Brian’s Catholic faith provides the Spiritual lifelong meaning and compass to his existence, and he Gives All Credit and Homage to the Blessed Trinity for his gifts and talents!

 

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  1. Cialischeap says:

    Fun stuff. Thanks! My friend Brian had some Pittsburgh connection or otherhe said for about eight years that his family was about to move from our Chicago neighborhood to Pittsburgh, but they never didand so he was a staunch Pirates fan. We were about 13 when the Pirates acquired Brett, and Brian was an enthusiastic fan of the move. I heard a lot that spring and summer about Bretthow good a pitcher he was, but especially how tremendous a hitter he was. To Brian, Ken Brett epitomized what a baseball player couldand shouldbe. Brian didn”t pay much attention to baseball outside the NL Eastreally, he didn”t pay much attention beyond the Piratesso it was news to him one day when I said that the Royals had installed Ken”s younger brother George as their third baseman. “Ken Brett has a brother? Brian mused. “Yup, I said. “A third baseman, Brian said. “That”s right, I told him. Brian considered. “Hmm, he said, and then: “Probably one of those .250 hitters.

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