BENEATH Journal – Summer 2020

BENEATH is my quarterly journal that will publish in all four seasons – I am choosing the word journal rather than newsletter intentionally. As I studied the meaning of journal, “a record of news and events of a personal nature; a diary ” this felt right in that it would be very personal. Like you, I have been homebound beginning in March until now, continuing forward, dodging and weaving, always creating…

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NEW MUSEUM LOS GATOS

Join Bernard Trainor on Saturday, October 5th from 2-4PM for the opening reception of his new exhibition GROUNDED at New Museum Los Gatos! This show will be very unique as it’s the first time Bernard’s art will be showcased alongside his landscape designs, architectural renders, site photographs, studio and plain air sketches. The exhibition is set to reveal the unfolding layers and practices that inspire Bernard to create meaningful landscapes, while making connections to his work on canvas.

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BENEATH Journal – Summer 2019

It has been a wonderful spring and summer so far and I am excited to share some new developments and happenings surrounding my art going forward.
Enjoy.

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POST RANCH INN

Bernard Trainor will be exhibiting his work at the world renowned Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California, starting this Friday June 7th

For years, the Post Ranch Inn has been dedicated to finding and featuring original art from all over the world. This is evident by their Mercantile which houses an art gallery, exhibiting a diverse collection of works by invitation only.

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BENEATH Journal – Spring 2019

BENEATH is my quarterly journal that will publish in all four seasons – I am choosing the word journal rather than newsletter intentionally. As I studied the meaning of journal, “a record of news and events of a personal nature; a diary” this felt right in that it would be very personal

So here goes, I hope you enjoy the creative journey with me…Onward

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MONTEREY MUSEUM OF ART

BERNARD TRAINOR has been selected by Monterey Museum of Art for an exhibition in their CURRENTS space which is recognizing the work of emerging and evolving California artists.

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KEN LINDSTEADT ARCHITECTURE STUDIO

Each landscape affects me in a completely different way, largely dependent on my attitude in that particular moment. These interactions can be personal, overwhelming, lasting, fleeting, fulfilling, and above all else, humbling. What I am bringing to this particular place and what I am taking away is reflected in my paintings.
—Bernard Trainor

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