MFA, The Ohio State University, 1994
Gary Barton received an MFA from the Ohio State University where he was the recipient of a University Fellowship. He primarily teaches printmaking and advanced studio courses. He has served as chair of the department, an associate dean for the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU, and has been the director/co-director of numerous study abroad programs, collaborative projects between BYU and various national and international institutions, and other experiential learning programs for students. In his art, he works predominately in two-dimensional media including painting, printmaking, and mixed media. His work has been exhibited widely in national and international venues including the Contemporary Art Space Chester (CASC), England, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Spectrum Project Space in Perth, Australia, PR1 Gallery in Preston, England, CityScape Gallery in Vancouver, B.C., and Studio 61 in Florence, Italy.