The power and purpose of art?

That’s our story...

Split Infinity

© Split Infinity,  Cast Bronze, Gold and Traditional Patina, Textiles, Torso: 110 x 79 inches (Weight: 950 lbs.), Legs: 92 x 58 inches (Weight: 1000 lbs.)


© Judgment. Steel, Bronze, 13’ wide x 7 1/2’ high

Utter Despair

© Utter Despair,  Bronze, 24 x 12 x 12 inches

The Altar: Industrialism

© The Altar: Industrialism, Stainless Steel, Steel, Wrought Iron, 193 x 120 x 60 inches

Of One

© Of One, Bronze, 46 x 27 x 14 inches

Quarantine 2020

© Quarantine, 2020. 2022, Mixed Media – Bronze, Steel, Textile, 4’ x 4’ x 5 1/2’

Director — Kimberly Catherine Barcus

No one was more surprised than me at my non-traditional path to becoming a gallerist. I began my journey in the culinary arts as a pastry chef. When I decided to continue my advanced studies, I traveled to Paris, France and attended Le Cordon Bleu. While I was in Paris, I lived immersed in the CIty of Art and its influence had become a part of me. When I returned to the United States, I began a successful career as the Head Pastry Chef of the famed Oakmont Country Club, frequent home to the U.S. Open Golf Tournament. I was the Head Pastry Chef during the U.S. Open and was responsible for producing all the pastries during the seven day event.

Despite my success creating exquisite pastries for respected organizations and individuals, I jumped at the opportunity to own and manage E5 Gallery.

With the art business as a global industry, this gave Kimberly a chance to champion personalized service and feed her aspirations of making art accessible and relatable. Her passion for the environment, human rights, humanitarian relief, poverty alleviation, and social service as well as art, especially sculpture, comes full circle in her heartfelt venture.

I welcome you to be a part of my journey.

Showings by Appointment Only

To schedule an appointment, call 412.518.5014 or email