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 got to
high school. He became more curious in classical art forms such
as painting and sculpture and more specifically with the artists
Bosch and Breugal. He also studied painters such as Picasso,
Gaugin and sculptors Henry Moore, Constantine Brancusi and more
recently David Smith.
Entnerís interest in sculpture
grew as he started his senior year at Tulane University. After
graduating, he apprenticed with David Goldhagen and studied
glass sculpture at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina as
well as the Masssachusetts College of Art. Entner also worked
for Brimstone Glassworks as a designer and artist from
Entnerís commissioned work has been chosen for
many public and private collections. Some of these are as
Irvin Borowsky, Philadelphia, PA
King Hassan II, Morocco
Samuel and Margaret McKeel, Chicago, IL Hale Koa Hotel,
The artist has also had numerous
international exhibitions in Germany, Japan and Switzerland.
Entner has donated pieces for several fund raising auctions as
well as a way to contribute to the less fortunate.
Flora Wall Sconce and Nuclear Family Triad