Joel Barr Interview: Canvas Rebel
Canvas Rebel interviews small business owners, artists and creatives and asks them to share their stories and insights. Read their interview with Joel about his career arc, his thoughts on the importance of art in his life and others, and the wonders of the creative life. Joel Barr Interview: Canvas Rebel
Joel Barr Fine Art Highlighted in Singulart Collections
Sinulart has featured several paintings from Joel Barr Fine Art in their curated Collections listed on the gallery's website. There Came A Day (When She Was Open To Everything) is part of the Monumental Artworks Collection showcasing oversized pieces of art. Evolution can be seen as part of the Surrealism Collection, and Twice Dreamed Dream is included in the Fuzzy Friends Collection. What an honor to be recognized by the Paris-based online gallery of global artists. Find Singulart on Facebook @SINGULARTofficial
Joel Barr Fine Art & Artists Sunday - November 28
Joel Barr Featured Artist: Artists Sunday November 28
Savannah artist, Joel Barr, is happy to announce he will be participating in Artists Sunday, the world’s largest art event, taking place, November 28, the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
Artists Sunday, the Sunday after Thanksgiving (Nov 28, 2021), is dedicated to supporting local artists and recognizing the impact they have in enriching our lives, communities, and the economy. Consumers are encouraged to shop with local artists, creators and makers and purchase creative, handcrafted items and artistic experiences for the holidays.
Artists Sunday follows Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, prior to Cyber Monday. Supporters include thousands of individual artists, economic development agencies, commercial galleries, and non-profit organizations across the country, making Artists Sunday one of earth’s largest art events.
Participation is free. To learn more about Artists Sunday and promoting commerce with artists, please visit Artists Sunday.
Fine Art Studio Opens In Historic Savannah Home
Joel Barr Fine Art Studio In Cedar House Gallery, Savannah
Savannah, GA: Joel Barr Fine Art Studio is open in Savannah, Georgia. After many years in Atlanta, Joel and his wife, Grace, have moved to the coastal city they visited for many years. The new studio is now part of Cedar House Gallery, which is located in the historic former Williams family home at 122 East 36th Street, Savannah.
Located in one of the beautiful and eclectic neighborhoods near Thomas Park and renovated in 2018, the gallery home provides private studio space for local artists and houses several public galleries. Cedar House Gallery offers weekly and monthly events that are open to the public.
Savannah’s rich history, its stirring coastal light, and timeless marshes are destined to inspire Joel’s new canvases.
Cedar House Gallery
122 East 36th Street
Savannah, GA 31401
Open: Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm-5pm
Colors of Humanity Art Gallery - Water Show
Joel Barr Art Awarded Honorable Mention in Juried Art 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
Paintings From Joel Barr Fine Art Accepted In Online Juried 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
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.
Read the full article: Atlanta Jewish Times