Barbara Zaring's painting style is impressionistic, with brilliant color and loose brushwork infusing in her paintings a joyous energy. Zaring draws her influence from music, dance, books and the work of artists such as Kandinsky, Van Gogh and The Fauves.
While completing her bachelor's degree in art at DePauw University, she spent a semester in New York City under the direction of Dr. Lee Hall, Director of the National Museum of Women in Washington, D.C.
Zaring's landscapes are of vibrant color, have a textured balance, and seem touchable in depth.
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