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Barbara's earliest visual memory is a rainbow prism reflected on a hallway wall. That same interest in light and color that continues to hold her fascination and influence her work.

     For many years Barbara, who holds a BFA from Parsons School of Design, worked as an art director, graphic designer, and illustrator, always creating personal work on the side. Around 2001 she just had to let it out and went back to graduate school for her MFA at William Paterson University of
New Jersey. 

     Consistently interested in memory, Barbara uses the act of creating as re-actualization of a moment, a way to hold onto a memory before it slips away. These “memory moments” are an opportunity to revisit spaces and places now gone, a viscerally connective way to hold onto a memory. She likens it to that thing you see out of the corner of your eye while driving.

     Her most recent work is a reflective approach to the changing landscape in changing times, hoping it brings you time to reflect as well.

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