John Cira Guyer

John Cira uses a big stone as ammo in a giant spandex slingshot aimed right at the museum; it’s an essay in tension physical and psychological.

-Christine Temin, The Boston Globe, August 1995


A Stretch of the Imagination 

By ELISE HUGUS, Sept. 5, 2012, InsideOUT Cape Cod

Spandex might not be the first thing that comes to mind when planning an art installation, but Falmouth sculptor John Cira is, shall we say, flexible. READ MORE…


Yellow Fever at Guyer Barn

By LEE ROSCOE, August 31, 2012, The Barnstable Patriot

You want to touch it, to swing on it, to see if it bends; you want to photograph it, to paint it, to make a play within its spaces:

He: Ahoy; She: Ahoy; He: What color is your light you? She: Yellow, the space ties me/ READ MORE…