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"Since 1975, Barbara has been a dedicated painter, creating memorable images of British Columbia's unique landscape".
From her successful series "EarthPatterns" to her local images and floral work, Barbara focuses on the ever changing face of Nature's creations.
Barbara Boldt brings a rich life experience and understanding to her pastel, oil and watercolour paintings. She invites you to share in her work through this site - feedback is appreciated and please remember that all works are copyrighted.
Barbara Boldt's Studio, located at 25340 84th Avenue, is in Glen Valley, 5 min. from beautiful Fort Langley BC, Canada.
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For more information, please call 604.888.5490
SPRING OPEN HOUSE
May 25 and 26, 2013
11 am - 4 pm
Art and refreshments at Barbara's Studio Gallery
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NEW BOOK AVAILABLE
PLACES OF HER HEART: The Art and Life of Barbara Boldt.
by K. Jane Watt PHD (historian & wordsmith), in conversation with Barbara Boldt.
The book is now available on Amazon.com
THOUGHTS FROM BARB
The woods and wildflower fields of my childhood still live in my memories and give rise to the paintings I do.
Nature, unspoiled by human intervention, wild things growing where they must, give me endless inspiration and material for my landscape art.
I feel close to the earth, her cycles and natural designs.
Painting sandstone formations, my “Earthpatterns” series, helps to feed my ongoing fascination with Nature's abstract forms, fulfills my need to “sculpt” a painting. I marvel at the power of the elements which have created unbelievable vistas along the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
I am a realist in life and in my work, being guided by Henry David Thoreau's words in “Walden”:
“The more the painter invents the further he takes us from the world which actually exists; and to that extent he may even encourage us in the alienation from the real.”
All my works are originals, each one of a kind.