Lily O’Brien 1 March 2019
The desire to create art and the capacity to enjoy it has always been a defining human trait, with evidence dating back to the Stone Age. It seems to be ingrained in our genes, and for some people, it is simply and undeniably a calling. When asked if she had always intended to be an artist, after a pause, Barbara Bryn Klare replies, “Here’s how I’ll phrase it–I am an artist, whether I am doing it or not.” Self described as a “writer, artist, and cultural voyeur,” Klare works in a range of media, including objects, drawings, words, digital media, and what she calls “rescued” textiles.
Nothing is new–only the moment is new–and we are all here to work with each other.