• Colors of Humanity Art Gallery - Water Show

    Colors of Humanity Art Gallery - Water Show

    The Colors of Humanity Art Gallery awarded Joel Barr's "Quilt of Water" with Honorable Mention in their 2021 Water International Juried Art Show. The online art gallery accepted two entries submitted by Joel Barr - "Quilt of Water" and "Across the Water."

    The 2021 Water art show will run from June 1 - 30, 2021 and can be viewed at colorsofhumanityartgallery.com

    A portion of each entry fee for the 2021 Water Show has been donated to The Water Project. The Water Project, Inc. is a non-profit organization unlocking helps provide sustainable water projects to sub-Saharan African communities that suffer from a lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation. For more information about this organization, please visit thewaterproject.org/.

  • Colors of Humanity Art Gallery - Online Art Show

    Colors of Humanity Art Gallery - Online Art Show

    Two of Joel Barr's paintings were accepted in the International Juried Online Art Show by Colors of Humanity Art Gallery. The show, Yellow, opens May 1, 2021. "Dream Field in Daytime" (shown above) is an oil on canvas and is 48" x 60". "Posted on a Backroad” (shown in the Spring Sale section of Paintings) is an oil on wood and is 12" x 12".

    For this show, a 10% portion of each entry fee is being donated to www.souls4souls.org, a nonprofit organization providing programs that create sustainable jobs and provide relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world.

    Visit colorsofhumanityartgallery.com to view the complete Yellow May 2021 Show. Also, visit soles4souls.org to learn more about the work this nonprofit organization does.

  • CHAI STYLE ART: Abstract, Figurative, Surreal, Versatile

    In 2019, Joel was profiled in a feature article by Marcia Jaffe in the Atlanta Jewish Times. The article presented some of his history and inspiration as well as an overview of the range of his work with selected images.

    Click here to view the article: