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For more than thirty five years, sculptor Barry Entner has been exploring the properties of glass in the pursuit of his unique vision. Using primarily tropical palette, Entner creates otherworldly forms, reflecting the relationship between kinetic and potential life.

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Sculpture

Barry uses glass, metal and other materials to create his art.

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THE ARTIST

Barry Entner expands the boundaries of glass, sculpture and light.

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LIGHT

Barry Entner creates works of art that illuminate in amazing ways.

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RECENT  PROJECTS

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Potomac, Maryland

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Chicago, Illinios

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Los Altos, California

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New York, New York

SCULPTURE ASSEMBLY

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Barry Entner was born on November 1, 1959 in Brookline, Massachusetts the youngest of 5 children. Early on in life Barry was interested in sports, but that changed when he attended high school. He became more curious in classical art forms such as painting and sculpture, more specifically with the artists Bosch and Breugal. He also studied the work of  Piccaso, Gaugin, Moore, Brancusi and more recently David Smith.

“I became interested in glass sculpture in my senior year at Tulane University, studying under Gene Koss. After graduating, I apprenticed with David Goldhagen and studied glass sculpture at Penland School of Crafts under Stephen Dee Edwards, as well as metal sculpture at Massachusetts College of Art. In 1985 I opened Brimstone Glassworks with glass sculptor Caleb Nichols. In 1997 I opened my own design studio in Rhinebeck, NY where I currently create my work.

Entner’s custom glass work has been chosen for many public and Private collections. He has also had numerous international exhibitions in Germany, Japan and Switzerland. Entner regularly donates custom glass for various cause as a way to contribute to the less fortunate.