Brigham Young University Museum of Art presents an exhibition featuring the work of over 25 contemporary LDS artists (including Brian's Descent from the Cross) which explores scriptural narratives and themes through visual art.  On view June 30, 2017 - March 31, 2018




Spring Studio Open House in April 2018


The Spring Studio Open House will be coming up on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 2 to 5 p.m.  Plan to visit Brian's Provo Studio to see works in progress and visit with the artist.  More information will be forthcoming.



Brian Kershisnik: Le péché du magicien

Le péché du magicien, Brian's 12th annual show at Meyer Gallery was held in February 2018. 

Talk on Nativity at BYU Museum of Art

The BYU Museum of Art is hosted a special Christmas event on December 1 at 7 PM. The Wassail choral ensemble performed followed by Brian Kershisnik's presentation of a gallery talk and Q & A at in front of his piece Nativity.

Fall Studio Open House

Brian's Fall Studio Open House was held on October 14 from 2-5 p.m. at his Provo Studio.  There was be a gathering together and Q & A at about 3:00pm as well as a few items available for sale.  The Studio Open Houses are held twice a year in April and October.

An Exhibit at David Ericson Fine Art

An exhibit of recent paintings by Brian Kershisnik was held September 15th through October 19th, 2017 at Dave Ericson Fine  Art, located at 418 South 200 West, Salt Lake City, Utah.

For information about paintings available for sale contact the gallery at; phone:801.533.8245

No Prints Without Pressure: Art Prints by Brian Kershisnik and Robert DeGroff

Writ and Vision presents an exhibition of hand-pulled art prints by Brian Kershisnik and Robert DeGroff. Although known primarily as a painter, Brian produces images in highly variable print editions, reminiscent of much of his painted work. These art prints are original works, not reproductions. However, like reproductions, they are often comparatively affordable, and can be a wonderful point of entry into collecting original fine art.  On view July 7 - July 31, 2017.


Mormon Arts Center Festival

The 3-day Festival, held in New York City, June 29-July 1 2017, explored the legacy of Mormon art through exhibitions, concerts, presentations, academic discourse, and publications.  The Festival's curated group art exhibition, “Immediate Present,” featured current works by contemporary LDS artists represented in the permanent collection of the Church History Museum. Selected prints from Brian's 'Death Suite' were included. 

On Site Mobile Dance Series

A collaboration between ON SITE mobile dance series and Brian featured the work of local choreographers and dancers performing new pieces inspired by Brian's works on display at Pizzeria 712 in Orem, Utah. Two evening performances in June 2017 brought together dance, art, and food and concluded with an artist talkback.

Kershisnik Studio Open House at the New Provo Studio Location

Brian’s Spring Studio Open House was held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 to share the artist’s evolving workspace and his works in all stages of progress. There was a Q & A with the artist and a limited selection of works for sale. Our open houses are held twice a year in spring and fall.

Tiny Bicycle Parade CD Available

Brian is part of a musical project and their first CD, Tiny Bicycle Parade, has been released. To register for notifications about releases and performances or to order a CD, etc., please go to the website: You can also follow us on Instagram at tinybicycleparade.

Meyer Gallery Show Opening

Brian’s annual solo exhibition at Meyer Gallery opened on February 4, 2017 with an artist’s reception.  Works are available for viewing online at Meyer Gallery.  Please contact them with any inquiries.

Christmas at BYU MoA Nativity Lecture

Brian presented his lecture on ‘Nativity’ at the BYU Museum of Art on December 2, 2016.

New England Mormon Art Show

Brian was the featured guest at the New England Mormon Art Show in Belmont, MA on Saturday, November 19, 2016.  The show was hosted by Boston Friends of BYU and artists donated a portion of the proceeds to a college scholarship fund.