Monday, November 5, 2018

Barnitz Art @ STUDIO WAVELAND (11/17 - 1/5)

Honored to be selected into this amazing exhibition and excited to share a new painting with the world......

Peter Barnitz
Venus at Rest
48 x 36 inches
Mixed media on canvas

S t u d i o   W a v e l a n d 
G a l l e r y


Curated by opto-kinetic geometrical abstract painter, James Flynn.
Artwork includes 2D, 3D, video and performance under black light.
Opening Reception November 17th, 5:30-10 pm
November 17- January 5, 2019

Exhibiting Artists:
Sergio Alvarez, Gayle Andersson, Steve Barney, Jolene Barkley,
Peter Barnitz, Corrine Barreca, Brian Borello, Marcus Brown, Hunter Cole, Dodie Connor, Rick Dobbs, James Flynn, Silas Fortuin, Mitchell Gaudet, Ryan Gianelloni, Jack Gunter, Cheryl Hayes, Scharonne Herrington,
Brent Houzenga, Christina Juran, Erica Larkin Gaudet, Cameron Lartique, Lisa Loth, Ann Madden, Donna Martin, Steve Martin, Miro Hoffman,
Kelly Mueller, Janelle Mullen, Katherine Norman, Nonney Oddlokken,
Keith Perelli, Dominic Pitts, Francesca Pumilia, Sally Richards, Dan Rule, Solange Ledwith, Ember Soberman, Bonnie Vallery, James Vella,
John Isiah Walton Wendo, Barbara Zitzmann

S t u d i o   W a v e l a n d
228 Coleman Avenue, Waveland, MS, USA

Monday, September 24, 2018

Peter Barnitz- Defining the Art of Change @ The Center for Contemporary Political Art (Washington D.C.)



Washington D.C.

Peter Barnitz
The Wall: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors 
September 30 - November 14
Definingthe first open-call exhibition presented by Washington’s new Center for Contemporary Political Art (CCPArt), invited artists from all fifty states and Puerto Rico to submit original work, challenging the artists to respond with art as powerful as the times are dangerous, to help Americans understand what’s at stake—and why it’s their duty to vote—in the November 2018 midterm elections.
With more than 500 submissions by almost 300 artists, CCPArt hopes that the Defining exhibition will lead to a redefinition of the role artists play in our society; identify the country’s leading practitioners of political art; and demonstrate why political art should be recognized as a valued genre of American art in the twenty-first century.
As the nation’s first research institute and exhibition space devoted exclusively to the study and strategic use of the Art of Civic Engagement, the Center will provide a means for the nation’s artists to create and exhibit art that will enrage, engage, and better inform We The People about the most important and contentious issues facing the country today.
Charles Krause, Founder  
Robin Strongin, Co Founder

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

"Magnolia" selected into the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series "TOP 100" in the nation! (Click on LINK to VOTE)

Help VOTE "Magnolia" to Miami!!!

1.  CLICK on LINK below
2.  SEARCH "Barnitz"
3.  CLICK on "Magnolia" photo

Thank you for your support!