Barbara Noah is a hybrid works artist (painting, print, photography, digital art, sculpture, installations, public art) who has exhibited in venues such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Kala Art Institute in the Bay Area; The Woman's Building and the Municipal Art Gallery in Los Angeles; the Center On Contemporary Art, Seattle Art Museum and the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle; Artists' Space, P.S.1 of the Institute for Art and Urban Resources (now MoMA P.S.1), and The New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York; the City Museum in Nakhodka, Russia; the Shenzhen Art Institute Gallery in China; and the Biennial Exhibition of La Jeune Gravure Contemporaine-Paris in France. Her work has been published in ARTnews, and both her work and her writing have been published in Art in America. She is featured in the book The Painter Speaks: Artists Discuss Their Experiences and Careers. She is also represented in public and private collections, including the Seattle Art Museum, the UCLA Grunewald Print Collection, Microsoft Corporation, the Swedish Foundation, and the Jon and Kim Shirley Collection.
Barbara is the recipient of the Artist Trust Twining Humber Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement, the Pollock/Krasner Grant, a Betty Bowen Merit Award from the Seattle Art Museum, two Faculty Excellence Awards from Cornish College of the Arts, and the Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Faculty Purse from Mills College. Her work also includes public art at locations such as the Canal Substation and Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. She received her B.A in Art from Mills College and an MFA from Pratt Institute in New York.
For more information about exhibitions, awards, and other professional accomplishments, please see About the Artist > Bio & Resume at www.barbaranoah.com