Bill Barrett bronze sculpture in the private collection of art collector in Santa Barbara, California
Bill Barrett, Chat, Fabricated bronze, 108 x 68 x 54 inches, Private collection, Santa Barbara, CA
Monumental Bill Barrett sculpture in bronze at the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park
Bill Barrett, Melinda at the Beach, Fabricated bronze, 15 x 25 x 12 feet, Permanent collection of Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, Hamilton, OH
Bronze sculpture by Bill Barrett installed outdoors as a permanent piece in the Santa Fe Museum of Fine Art collection
Bill Barrett, Lago di Garda, Fabricated bronze, 102 x 78 x 72 inches, Permanent collection of Santa Fe Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
Sculpture Bill Barrett with monumental bronze sculpture in La Jolla, California
Bill Barrett, Rendezvous III, Fabricated bronze, 17 x 10 x 8 feet, Corporate collection, La Jolla Crossroads, La Jolla, CA
Large scale bronze sculpture in Farmington Pennsylvania by Bill Barrett
Bill Barrett, Action Abstraction, Fabricated bronze, 12 x 10 x 8 feet, Permanent collection of Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Farmington, PA
Bill Barrett sculpture in carrara marble at Purdue University
Bill Barrett, Lexeme VIII, Carrara Marble, 11 x 8 x 6 feet, Permanent collection of Purdue University, North Central, Westville, IN

A prolific artist and one whose career spans many decades, Bill Barrett has developed a personal philosophy that is as concerned with the harmony and balance of seemingly disparate qualities. His work has been included in the Pier Walk annuals held at the Navy Pier in Chicago and has been presented in one-person exhibitions in galleries across the country. Barrett is represented in corporate collections such as Neiman-Marcus, Dallas, TX and Hitachi Corporation in Japan, as well as in the museum collections of the Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, NM; the Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN; Runnymeade Sculpture Farm in San Francisco, CA; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA; the Utsukushi-ga-Hara Open Air Museum in Tokyo and more. Other sculptures can be seen at public sites in several American cities and on college campuses. His works have earned him awards–two from The Audubon Artists, plus others in earlier years and in 1999, Barrett was given a grant from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, New York. Barrett divides his time between New Mexico and New York. View sculpture by Barrett in our gallery on El Paseo in Palm Desert.

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