December Fun! Bus Competition

So fun to get the public notice I made it to the top ten for the bus design competition. The final designs have to be vectorized digitally. I converted the blue side or “Night”, but I didn’t create a vector Read more…


End of the Year Thanks!

So thankful for the opportunities I had this year! One was creating art for wine labels for Chestnut Oak Vineyard! The first has been released on their white table wine, “Alba”. I have also enjoyed showing with the art group, BozART, Read more…


Music, Art, Creation?: Come Compare Art at the Second Street Gallery on October 5th

  At Second Street Gallery  On October 5th from 5:30 to 7:30 there will be an opening reception at Second Street Gallery and the featured artist is Lana Guerra from New Orleans. She will also be presenting a puppet show Read more…


Teeny Tiny Trifecta

Super excited to have three works in the Teeny Tiny Trifecta show at the Second Street Gallery. This is a fund raiser for the gallery and you can also purchase the small works online. Everyone is priced at $100.00!  Check Read more…


Delayed Spring

Projects, shows and classes have been developing. Check out my new works! Some on canvas which is a renewed way of working after many works on paper. All works, 2018 © Carol H. Barber Fine Art


Cheers to 2017!

I was so happy with my studio time this year. Making new connections on Instagram and being involved with the Welcome Gallery in downtown Charlottesville, VA were also some highlights. So many things I want to accomplish in 2018: one Read more…


Artist Exchange

  The New City Arts Artists Exchange show! I was so happy to be included in the artist exchange this year. I created 16 pieces of similar art to be traded with 13 other artists. So now I own 13 pieces Read more…


Visual Poetry

Ralph Waldo Emerson, “We may climb into the thin and cold realm of pure geometry and lifeless science, or sink into that of sensation. Between these extremes is the equator of life, of thought, or spirit, or poetry—a narrow belt.” Read more…


New big painting

I am happy with the compositions that emerged in this painting. I painted on raw canvas and I think the novelty of the experience slowed me down and kept me from overworking it. I was surprised that the painting became Read more…


Beach Inspired Paintings

Here are some closer pictures so that you can see these beach inspired paintings a little better. I love Golden acrylic mediums, they can alter the paint to be fluid, creamy, transparent or grainy. Perfect for capturing the feeling of the ocean. Surf Read more…