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Barn Gallery Juried Regional Show opens

I am very excited to announce both “View from Cabin #8, Haystack (#1)” and “Far from Shore, Night” have been accepted in the Open Regional Juried Show at Barn Gallery in Ogunquit, Maine, which opened yesterday. View from Cabin #8, Haystack (#1) (2018) The juror for this exhibit is Cynthia Robinson, director, Museum of the […]

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Seacoast Women juried into two exhibitions

Zerrissenheit (XIII), 2018 (Seacoast Women Series)   “Woman’s life today is tending more and more toward the state William James describes so well in the German word, ‘Zerrissenheit: torn-to-pieces-hood.” – Anne Morrow Lindbergh, A Gift from the Sea, page 56   Beginning today, Zerrissenheit (XIII), a monotype collage from my Seacoast Women series, will be on view at […]

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M * A * Y

View from Cabin #8, Haystack (I), 2018, color monotype

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Looking forward

Working sketch for Seacoast Women Series

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M * A * R * C * H

Twin Spirits (I) by Barbara van Buskirk Color monotype

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L * O * V * E

Heartfelt (II) by Barbara van Buskirk Color monotype

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Happy New Year

As Busy as a Real Artist Is Busy by Barbara van Buskirk Medium: Color monotype

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Trust the process, believe in yourself

A few of the pieces I made last month while at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine. I gathered the pine cones on the wooden walkways which meander through Haystack.   Autumn has long been my favorite season, so I am in my element now that September and sweater weather have arrived. The creative highlight of my […]

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Eight new pieces launch Seacoast Women series

  Zerrissenheit (IIa), 2017, by Barbara van Buskirk “Woman’s life today is tending more and more toward the state William James describes so well in the German word, ‘Zerrissenheit — torn-to-pieces-hood.’ ” Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Gift from the Sea, ©1955, pages 55-56   Today I am launching Seacoast Women, my new series of one-of-a-kind monotypes. […]

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Swing in the studio

  For several weeks now I’ve been reading “The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics” by Daniel James Brown. I am late to reading this marvelous true story which was published in 2013 yet family and friends caught the wave early on and raved […]

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