Brian Kershisnik

My subjects are typically not grand, they are you and me – a little awkward in their common work-a-day holiness. They are often not “getting it”, or perhaps getting it wrong. They are misunderstood, like you and I are misunderstood, but loved and lovely too. They are a little heavy footed in their dancing, a little disheveled in their useful and inscrutable activities, a little disoriented in their best of intentions. The subjects in my paintings are metaphorical and mythological autobiography and when it is working, they are you too.

Sleeping Musician - sculpture Quick shop
Father and son dancing - sculpture Quick shop
The difficult part - sculpture Quick shop
Death -A suite of prints Quick shop

Death -A suite of prints

$ 1,200.00 USD

Woodcut of a young boy kneeling on the ground to play marbles while angels in the corners watch over. Barefoot, and wearing black and white check shorts. Quick shop

little game - woodcut

$ 225.00 USD

Woodcut with a man and woman doing a difficult acrobatic move with her hands on the ground and feet in the air and he on one leg balancing her. Black and whit. Quick shop
Woodcut of a man with black slacks and white shirt pointing the direction. Quick shop
Three women and a child looking for treasures on the sea shore Quick shop

Beach Combers

$ 250.00 USD

A pair of lovers in a tender embrace holding up the starry heavens while their feet are planted on the earth. She is in a green leafy patterned dress and he in black slacks and an off-white shirt against a blue sky. Quick shop