About Barbara Neibart

Barbara Neibart is an international artist working in oil and mixed media. In her series Redshift, her paintings on wood explore connections between the mystery of the universe and the reality of everyday life. She is inspired by theoretical physics and galaxy maps and uses different shapes as a motif throughout her work. 

Solo Exhibitions:

2014     Barbara Neibart; I Cani di Venezia, Alle Testiere, Venice, Italy  

2011     Barbara NeibartOutside In – Inside Out, County College of Morris (CCM)Randolph, NJ 

2001    Barbara NeibartRedshift: Recent WorkCCM, Randolph, NJ  

1992     Barbara Neibart: New Works, Ocean City Arts Center, Ocean City, NJ 

1990     Barbara Neibart: Monotypes, Philadelphia Print Club; Philadelphia, PA 

1987     Graduate Exhibition, Avery Arts Center; Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 

 1981     Barbara NeibartGross/McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 

 

Group Exhibitions:

2018 The Comic Influence, Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ, Curator: Virginia Fabbri Butera, PhD 

2017 Word PlayTherese A. Maloney Art Gallery, College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE), Morristown, NJ, Curator: Virginia Fabbri Butera, PhD  

2015 Out of the Studio, Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery, CSE, MorristownNJ, Curator: Virginia Fabbri Butera, PhD 

2015 Morris County Higher Education Invitational Exhibition; County College of Morris (CCM), Randolph, NJ  

2014 Unity of the Spheres, CCM. Curator: Barry Zawacki 

2014 SpectrumFaculty Exhibition, CCM. Randolph, NJ 

2013 Locust Moon Comics Festival, Philadelphia, PA 

2013 Nocturnes; Therese A. Maloney Art GalleryCurator: Virginia Fabbri Butera, PhD 

2013 Dog Days, Gallery Paquette/Compton Gallery, Boonton, NJ. Curator: Donna Compton 

2012-15 Exhibitor: MoCCAfestNY Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art Festival, NY 

2012 CCM Fine Art Faculty Exhibition, Hamilton and Arronson Galleries, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA  

2009 iArt Gallery, Chester, NJ 

2009 CoLlaboration, Artisan Gallery, Bozrah, CT 

2009 Faculty Exhibition; CCM, Randolph, NJ 

2008 Land-Escapes, Rivergarden Gallery, Denville, NJ. Curator: Donna Compton 

2006 Rivergarden Gallery, Denville, NJ 

2004 Avante-GrandeChelsea Art Museum, NY, NY 

2002 Emerging Artists 2002Rosenfeld Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 

2001  Indivisible: Responses to September 11, CCM, Randolph, NJ 

2000 Mapping Spaces, New York Mercantile Exchange, NY, NY; Curator: Heidi Neilson 

2000 The Everyday Map, Hoxie Gallery, Westerly, RI (2-person exhibition) 

 1999  Fragmented Views;,Old Church Cultural Center, Demarest, NJ 

 1998  Faculty Exhibition Marymount Manhattan College Gallery, NY 

 1996  The Burning Bra & Other Bedside Tales…a 90’s View of the Feminist Movement, Mills Pond House, St. James, NY, Curator: Norma Cohen 

 1992  McCleaf Gallery (formerly Gross/McLeaf), Philadelphia, PA 

 1992 Recent Works by the Visual Arts Faculty, Richard Stockton College of NJ; Pomona, NJ 

1992 Knickerbocker Art ShowSalmagundi Club, NY 

1991 Painted Spaces, Marymount Manhattan College, NY. Curator: Maddy Rosenberg  

1990 Wilson Art Gallery, Rowan College, Glassboro, NJ 

1981  Scale: IntimateGross/McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 


Artist Statement

Barbara Neibart has shown her oil and mixed media paintings in galleries throughout the northeastern U.S., and in Venice, Italy. Her monotypes and humorous illustrations have been commissioned by, among others, the Ford Foundation, the Wine Media Guild of NY and Bust Magazine.  

Redshift, a series of mixed media and oil paintings on wood, looks out into the universe, using imagery derived from earth, along with from theoretical physics and galaxy maps to discover connections between the universe’s vast mystery, and the all-too-real stuff of everyday life.   

On a trip to Venice, Neibart noticed that Venetian dogs seem to have personalities that are unique to that specific place. She began sketching and taking photographs, which lead to her series, The Dogs of Venice. The paintings are about the relationships between humans and dogs, dogs and their environment, artist and subject, emotional and physical space, and paint and surface (and the formal considerations therein).  

 Email: barbneibart@gmail.com

Website: https://www.instagram.com/dailyscribble/