Brian Kershisnik
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Brian Kershisnik was raised as a global citizen, traveling extensively with his parents and brothers until he settled in Utah as a young adult. This exposure to many cultures, combined with a rich and fulfilling family life, shaped his world view. His paintings are deeply personal expressions of life's simple joys and the subtleties of the emotional realm. Initially drawn to architecture and ceramics, his gift for painting emerged early in his career. Today his studio occupies an old dance hall in Kanosh, Utah.
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Utah artist Brian Kershisnik numbers and signs each of his environmentally-themed limited edition prints created for our catalog's 25th anniversary. Each unframed print is printed in archival inks on archival paper. USA. Exclusive. Unframed, 19"W x 24"H.
Recalling Robert Redford's environmental concerns, Utah artist Brian Kershisnik chooses the planting of a tree—"working together to enhance the environment"—as the subject of his limited edition archival materials plant print celebrating the Sundance Catalog's 25th anniversary. "When I think of the Sundance Catalog, I think of great design, casual panache and a wonderful example of how a successful business can enhance the human experience."
As Utah artist Brian Kershisnik celebrates individuality, he reflects on the ephemeral nature of human existence. Giclée pigment print of original painting, on fine art paper, ready for framing. 9"W x 22"H.
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A couple dance, celebrating the season with simple beauty, in this limited edition print by Utah artist Brian Kershisnik. Limited edition: prints are numbered. Sold unframed. 22-1/2"W x 28"H.