Art enterprises of Lee Barry, musician, writer, and artist.
Conceptual ideas, abstractions of nature, metaphors, and influences of various periods in art history provide the inspiration for most of my projects.
The Chicago Panels is a series of minimalist works that Ellsworth Kelly did as a permanent installation at the Art Institute of Chicago for the new Rice Wing in 1988. They are some of the most ignored pieces in the museum, but seeing them in context with the Doric columns and Beaux Arts sculptures is an exciting juxtaposition, which I think makes it decidedly post-modernist. (The woman in the yellow sweater was a nice juxtaposition as well).