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My art depicts scenes from far and wide — wherever my travels take me. I have a particular affinity for the New England coastal area and scenes from around the world. Visit my Art Gallery to see my paintings.
Afiliation with Jack Richeson Company
If you are an artist, you have at one time or another used Jack Richeson quality products. I am pleased and honored to be asked by the Jack Richeson Company (a USA-based art supplies company, with factory/warehouse/gallery/studio in Kimberly, Wisconsin) to configure two watercolor sets from the paints and brushes I use. These sets are now available on Amazone.com; one is my plein air set and the other my studio set. If you can’t connect with the bolded words above, go to Amazon.com, and type in “Barb Seibel” in the Amazon search field. I truly love these Richeson products and use them all the time. I wouldn’t endorse them otherwise. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
Art on Continuous Display:
Central Park Fusion Restaurant, 200 Park Ave., Hot Springs, AR. I have been displaying art in this wonderful restaurant since 2007 and have recently hung some new art.
July Teaching Cruise
Teaching art aboard the Crystal Symphony as we cruise the British Isles. All aboard!
Art Exhibit at the Argenta Library, N. Main Street, North Little Rock, Arkansas. The exhibit will begin with ArtWalk on September 16, from 5 pm to 8 pm. Then join me on Saturday at the library, 11;30 am to 12:45 pm for a painting demonstration.
Coming in 2017
May Exhibit in Garvan Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs.
Teaching on Crystal Serenity in March from Brazil to Miami — beginning in Rio de Janeiro, cruising the coast of Brazil, the Amazon River, Eastern Caribbean, and ending in Miami. Maybe you can join me!
Teaching aboard the Seaboard yacht, Quest, from London to Wales, Ireland, Greenland, Newfoundland, Quebec and ending in Montreal. A great time to get inspiration for future paintings. Sound like something you’d like to do?