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b. 1928 - d. 2010

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    • Barclay Sheaks, Timble Shoal Light
      Jun. 16, 2023

      Barclay Sheaks, Timble Shoal Light

      Est: $50 - $100

      Barclay Sheaks, Timble Shoal Light Origin: American, 1995 Medium: Print on Paper Dimensions: Art: 19 X 25 inches Frame: 34 X 28 inches Condition: Excellent Additional Information: Print of a fisherman in a boat with seagulls flying around.  The print is hand signed and part of an edition of 500.

      Blue Box Auction Gallery
    • Barclay Sheaks, (American, 1928-2010, VA Artist), "Boat in the Swamps", acrylic on board, signed Barclay Sheaks, 70', 18" x 24", fra..
      Oct. 10, 2022

      Barclay Sheaks, (American, 1928-2010, VA Artist), "Boat in the Swamps", acrylic on board, signed Barclay Sheaks, 70', 18" x 24", fra..

      Est: $200 - $400

      Barclay Sheaks, (American, 1928-2010, VA Artist), "Boat in the Swamps", acrylic on board, signed Barclay Sheaks, 70', 18" x 24", framed 27" x 33", very good condition

      William Bunch Auctions & Appraisals
    • MID CENTURY BARCLAY SHEAKS PRINT
      Dec. 05, 2021

      MID CENTURY BARCLAY SHEAKS PRINT

      Est: $150 - $200

      Vintage Mid Century Hand tinted Barclay SheakS Print. Professionally framed and double matted. In frame measures 26"x32 1/2"x1". Weight Barclay Sheaks (1928-2010) was born in West Bend, Indiana in 1928 and grew up in the Shenandoah Valley. Sheaks completed his undergraduate work at Richmond Professional Institute, earned a Master of Fine Arts from the College of William and Mary, and a Doctorate of Humane Letters from Christopher Newport University. Sheaks began his teaching career in 1948 at Warwick High School in Newport News, Virginia. In 1967 he left Warwick High School to found the art program at Virginia Wesleyan University. He taught on the VWC faculty for 36 years, retiring as Associate Professor and Distinguished Artist in Residence in 2006. Over the course of his career, Sheaks also served as artist-in-residence for both the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Richmond Humanities Center. His work has appeared in distinguished museum, university, corporate and private art collections worldwide including the Butler Institute of American Art, Columbia Museum, and the Chrysler Museum of Art. Sheaks’ works were prominently featured in exhibitions sponsored by the American Watercolor Society, the National Academy of Design, the Corcoran Gallery, the Smithsonian Institution, and others.

      Charleston Estate Auctions
    • BARCLAY SHEAKS THREE WOMEN CONVERSING ACRYLIC ON MASONITE
      Nov. 07, 2021

      BARCLAY SHEAKS THREE WOMEN CONVERSING ACRYLIC ON MASONITE

      Est: -

      Barclay Sheaks (1928 - 2010) Three Women Conversing Acrylic on Masonite. Barclay Sheaks, born 1928 in Virginia, has had paintings appear in distinguished university, corporate and private art collections worldwide. He has participated extensively in juried exhibitions sponsored by the American Watercolor Society, National Academy of Design, Corcoran Gallery, and Smithsonian Institution, among others. He has served as artist-in-residence for both the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Richmond Humanities Center, VA. Some of the museums and corporations housing Sheaks work are: The Butler Institute of American Art; Columbia Museum; Virginia Museum; Valentine Museum; Mobile Museum; Chrysler Museum; American Tobacco Co.; Blue Cross-Blue Shield; Christopher Newport Un.; Virginia Commonwealth Un ; Longwood College; Norfolk Public Schools; National Brewing Co.; Randolph Macon College; Medical College of VA.; Riverside Hospital; National Aeronautics and Space Administration and others. Artist: Barclay Sheaks Title: Three Women Conversing Medium: Acrylic on Masonite Circa/Year: 1970 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 36x48 in. Keywords: genre, realism, portrait, modern; Ref: BD1385

      Bradford's
    • Barclay Sheaks Signed Painting
      Sep. 22, 2020

      Barclay Sheaks Signed Painting

      Est: $60 - $120

      Barclay Sheaks Signed Painting, acrylic polymer painting on cardboard, depicts portrait of lady with red floral hat, signed lower right "66", bio and labels on verso, matted in distressed and carved wood frame, 18" x 15". CONDITION: Very good.

      Barry S. Slosberg Inc
    • Barclay Sheaks (1928 - 2010), Mixed Media
      Sep. 29, 2019

      Barclay Sheaks (1928 - 2010), Mixed Media

      Est: $200 - $400

      Dated 1965 Titled, “Boats and Piers” He is author of several books; Painting From Start To Finish; Drawing And Painting The Natural Environment; Painting In Oils; Stretching The Eyes' Distance: Reflections on the Chesapeake Bay; Drawing Figures And Faces; Acrylic Painting With Barclay Sheaks; The Acrylic Book. Some of the museums and corporations housing Sheaks work are: The Butler Institute of American Art; Columbia Museum; Virginia Museum; Valentine Museum; Mobile Museum; Chrysler Museum; Newport University; Blue Cross-Blue Shield; Virginia Commonwealth University ; Longwood College; Norfolk Public Schools; National Brewing Co.; Randolph Macon College; Medical College of VA.; Riverside Hospital; National Aeronautics and Space Administration and others. Size O: 24.5 x 30.5 S: 17.5 x 23 Please contact Eamon at Premier Shipping and Crating for a quote to pack and ship at 941-358-9999 or email at [email protected]

      Sarasota Estate Auction
    • BARCLAY SHEAKS (1928-2010) MID CENTURY PRINT
      Oct. 21, 2018

      BARCLAY SHEAKS (1928-2010) MID CENTURY PRINT

      Est: $125 - $225

      Barclay Sheaks (1928-2010) Mid Century 1964, Virginia Lighthouse "Windswept" Limited Edition Print. Signed by the artist in pencil and numbered 6 of 100. Framed and matted measures 15"x19"x3/4", Weight 3 pds. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Barclay Sheaks (1928-2010) was born in West Bend, Indiana in 1928 and grew up in the Shenandoah Valley. Sheaks completed his undergraduate work at Richmond Professional Institute, earned a Master of Fine Arts from the College of William and Mary, and a Doctorate of Humane Letters from Christopher Newport University. Sheaks began his teaching career in 1948 at Warwick High School in Newport News, Virginia. In 1967 he left Warwick High School to found the art program at Virginia Wesleyan University. He taught on the VWC faculty for 36 years, retiring as Associate Professor and Distinguished Artist in Residence in 2006. Over the course of his career, Sheaks also served as artist-in-residence for both the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Richmond Humanities Center. He became a familiar face across the nation as he managed and hosted a how-to-paint-with-acrylics television show on Public Television. He was a pioneer in acrylic painting and wrote extensively on the medium and his techniques. His work has appeared in distinguished museum, university, corporate and private art collections worldwide including the Butler Institute of American Art, Columbia Museum, and the Chrysler Museum of Art. Sheaks’ works were prominently featured in exhibitions sponsored by the American Watercolor Society, the National Academy of Design, the Corcoran Gallery, the Smithsonian Institution, and others.

      Charleston Estate Auctions
    • BARCLAY SHEAKS (1928-2010) WATERCOLOR. Signed lower left and dated 1967. Titled ''Boat, Jetty and Gulls''.
      Sep. 08, 2018

      BARCLAY SHEAKS (1928-2010) WATERCOLOR. Signed lower left and dated 1967. Titled ''Boat, Jetty and Gulls''.

      Est: $100 - $200

      BARCLAY SHEAKS (1928-2010) WATERCOLOR. Signed lower left and dated 1967. Titled ''Boat, Jetty and Gulls''.

      Dargate Auction Galleries
    • Signed BARCLAY SHEAKS Acrylic Landscape:
      Jan. 01, 2017

      Signed BARCLAY SHEAKS Acrylic Landscape:

      Est: $600 - $1,000

      Signed BARCLAY SHEAKS Acrylic Landscape: Titled "Out from Easton". On Canvas Board. Listed Tidewater, VA. Artist (1928-2010) Started Art Department at VA. Wesleyan and Introduced Acrylics to the Area. Wrote 8 Books, PBS TV Show. Artist in Residence for Virginia Museum Famous Series Called "The Watchers" Noted for Realistic Paintings of the Region. Grassy Foreground with Workboat & Barns in Background. Image is 15" x 19 1/2". Matted and Framed. (600-1000)

      Phoebus Auction Gallery
    • Barclay Sheaks, 1928-, "Widows' Walk", print, numbered 61/100, Sight image 6" H x 10 1/2" W, framed.
      Apr. 14, 2012

      Barclay Sheaks, 1928-, "Widows' Walk", print, numbered 61/100, Sight image 6" H x 10 1/2" W, framed.

      Est: $60 - $100

      Barclay Sheaks 1928- "Widows' Walk" print, numbered 61/100 Signed lower middle, titled and numbered 61/100 lower left. Sight image 6" H x 10 1/2" W, framed.

      Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery
    • Barclay Sheaks, (1928-2010), "Landing", print, 12" H x 9" W.
      Apr. 23, 2011

      Barclay Sheaks, (1928-2010), "Landing", print, 12" H x 9" W.

      Est: $60 - $100

      Barclay Sheaks (1928-2010) "Landing" print Numbered 89/100 and pencil-signed lower middle. Signed in the stone lower left "Barclay Sheaks '64." Barclay Sheaks was an art professor at Virginia Wesleyan College whose artwork featured the landscape of the Chesapeake Bay. His work is part of the collection of museums including the Chrysler Museum and the Valentine Museum. 12" H x 9" W.

      Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery
    • Barclay Sheaks, (1928-2010), "Evening Journey", print, 5" H x 11" W.
      Apr. 23, 2011

      Barclay Sheaks, (1928-2010), "Evening Journey", print, 5" H x 11" W.

      Est: $60 - $100

      Barclay Sheaks (1928-2010) "Evening Journey" print Numbered 73/100 and pencil-signed lower middle. Signed in the stone lower left "Barclay Sheaks '63." Barclay Sheaks was an art professor at Virginia Wesleyan College whose artwork featured the landscape of the Chesapeake Bay. His work is part of the collection of museums including the Chrysler Museum and the Valentine Museum. 5" H x 11" W.

      Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery
    • Barclay Sheaks, (1928-2010), "Boats, Poles, and Birds" and "Wreck and Clammer", prints, 8 1/2" H x 11 1/2"W each.
      Apr. 23, 2011

      Barclay Sheaks, (1928-2010), "Boats, Poles, and Birds" and "Wreck and Clammer", prints, 8 1/2" H x 11 1/2"W each.

      Est: $100 - $150

      Barclay Sheaks (1928-2010) "Boats, Poles, and Birds" and "Wreck and Clammer" prints "Boats, Poles, and Birds" is numbered 25/100 and pencil-signed lower middle. Signed in the stone lower right "Barclay Sheaks '65." "Wreck and Clammer" is numbered 96/100 and pencil-signed lower middle. Signed in the stone lower left "Barclay Sheaks '65." Barclay Sheaks was an art professor at Virginia Wesleyan College whose artwork featured the landscape of the Chesapeake Bay. His work is part of the collection of museums including the Chrysler Museum and the Valentine Museum. 8 1/2" H x 11 1/2"W each.

      Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery
    • Barclay Sheaks (1928) BOAT & LANDING GULL acrylic
      Dec. 04, 2010

      Barclay Sheaks (1928) BOAT & LANDING GULL acrylic

      Est: $150 - $250

      Barclay Sheaks (1928) BOAT & LANDING GULL acrylic polymer

      Nadeau's Auction Gallery
    • Three contemporary prints and one watercolor
      Nov. 12, 2007

      Three contemporary prints and one watercolor

      Est: $40 - $60

      Three contemporary prints and one watercolor including: David A. Bumbeck (American, b. 1940) etching, "Brother and Sister", mat burn; a watercolor titled "Prayers at the Western Wall Jerusalem", signed indistinctly lower right; a block print of two horses; and a print of a drawing by Barclay Sheaks (American, b. 1928), signed lower center, each matted and framed under glass, ss: from 4 1/4" h. x 4 1/4" w. to 11 3/4" h. x 11 3/4" w. (not examined out of frame) (4 pieces total)

      Winter Associates, Inc.
    • Three contemporary prints and one watercolor
      Sep. 17, 2007

      Three contemporary prints and one watercolor

      Est: $50 - $100

      Three contemporary prints and one watercolor including: David A. Bumbeck (American, b. 1940) etching, "Brother and Sister", mat burn; a watercolor titled "Prayers at the Western Wall Jerusalem", signed indistinctly lower right; a block print of two horses; and a print of a drawing by Barclay Sheaks (American, b. 1928), signed lower center, each matted and framed under glass, ss: from 4 1/4" h. x 4 1/4" w. to 11 3/4" h. x 11 3/4" w. (not examined out of frame) (4 pieces total)

      Winter Associates, Inc.
    • Barclay Sheaks
      Feb. 03, 2007

      Barclay Sheaks

      Est: $300 - $700

      Barclay Sheaks Virginia (b. 1928) NORTH OF HATTERAS (triptych panel) acrylic on masonite, framed, signed: lower left of left panel and dated 1970 each panel H36" W24" *Artist biography: Barclay Sheaks, born in 1928 in Virginia, has had paintings appear in distinguished universities and corporate and private art collections worldwide. He has participated extensively in juried exhibitions sponsored by the American Watercolor Society, National Academy of Design, Corcoran Gallery of Art, and Smithsonian Institution, among others. He has served as artist-in-residence for both the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Richmond Humanities Center, Virginia. The acrylic medium he used to create this painting was his preferred method of working. He was quoted as saying "My art is the direct result of the distillation of my life experiences translated into graphic form. Any message interpreted by observers is not intended but simply a reflection of my individual angle of perception. Acrylic paint is my favored painting medium because of its versatile capabilities and permanence." Mr. Sheaks also prepared, executed and hosted a nationally syndicated television series for PBS, Acrylic Painting with Barclay Sheaks, in1985. He is author of several books; PAINTING FROM START TO FINISH; DRAWING AND PAINTING IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT; PAINTING IN OILS; STRETCHING THE EYES' DISTANCE: REFLECTIONS ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY; DRAWING FIGURES AND FACES; ACRYLIC PAINTING WITH BARCLAY SHEAKS; THE ACRYLIC BOOK. Some of the museums and corporations housing Sheaks work are: The Butler Institute of American Art; Columbia Museum; Virginia Museum; Valentine Museum; Mobile Museum; Chrysler Museum; American Tobacco Co.; Blue Cross-Blue Shield; Christopher Newport Un.; Virginia Commonwealth University ; Longwood College; Norfolk Public Schools; National Brewing Co.; Randolph Macon College; Medical College of Virginia; Riverside Hospital; National Aeronautics and Space Administration and others. Currently Sheaks resides in Virginia and is a distinguished resident artist and associate professor of art at Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk, Virginia. "I choose to think that my art, like my life, is always in a state of becoming: a flux of new discoveries and a returning to old icons with renewed vision."

      Charlton Hall
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