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The first time I saw the work of Mesa artist William Barnhart, I was smitten. When I learned he is also the man behind one of the most interesting buildings in the city — the eye-catching cinder-block and steel Quonset hut on Center Street just north of University Drive — I was over the moon.
Inside his Mesa studio, artist William Barnhart sits with his 19-foot untitled piece of art depicting a man and woman balancing a house.
A Mesa artist with international clout has a poignant, larger-than-life sculpture piece depicting two life-sized figures holding aloft a gilded, oblong house; the image raises the question of whether the figures will drop the home, or balance it among the crushing pressures of today's imploding market.
Mesa's Superstition Springs Transit Center is still a blank canvas, but at Wednesday's groundbreaking the beginning brush strokes will ply a scenic design.
It’s being billed as a legacy for one of Mesa’s favorite museum showpieces — and for the city itself.