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Barbara Seese

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Barbara  Seese Alexander_ Age 24

Alexander, Age 24
Watercolor
$ 500.00


Barbara  Seese Alexander_ Age 24
Alexander, Age 24
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Addie_ Age 12
Addie, Age 12
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Andi
Andi
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Anna Lawrence and Bella
Anna Lawrence and Bella
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Czar and Jocelyn
Czar and Jocelyn
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Jennifer Ayers
Jennifer Ayers
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese John_ Age 56
John, Age 56
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Michael_ Age 41
Michael, Age 41
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Osman_ Age 33
Osman, Age 33
Watercolor  
$ 500
Barbara  Seese Frida With Water
Frida With Water
Watercolor  

Barbara  Seese

Barbara Seese

Barbara Seese Biography

Barbara Seese Koefod

EXHIBITIONS & PUBLICATIONS

International Watercolor Exhibit, Houston, TX: 2019
Edmonds Arts Festival: Juried Show, Edmonds, WA: 2007, 2018
Tsuga Gallery Summer Invitational Show, Bothell, WA: 2018
Eastside Association of Fine Arts Annual Exhibit: 2014,
2009: People’s Choice Award
2007: Dakota Art Supplies Award
2006
2005: ADG Printing Award
Ryan James Fine Arts, Kirkland, WA: 1st Emerging Artists juried show: 2014
Northwest Watercolor Society: Annual Waterworks exhibit: 2013, 2012, 2009
Arts of Kenmore, Kenmore, WA: Annual juried show:
2007: Third Place, Painting
2006: Plywood Supply Award
2005
2002: Best of Show; First Place, Painting
Cobblestone Gallery, Seattle: 2000
Penryn Gallery, Seattle: 1985

New Yorker Magazine, Published illustration: July 21, 1982
Polly Friedlander Gallery, Seattle: 1972

EDUCATION
University of Washington, Seattle, WA: B.A., Communications: 1979
Seattle University, Seattle, WA: Teaching Certification, 1990

Barbara Seese Statement

My watercolor portraits are of subjects whose faces and situations compel me. Rendered in a stylized realistic style, these portraits attempt to visually express harsh and inspiring life stories. Homeless people, “old soul” children and people in limbo are my typical studies. Watercolor can be subtle, stark and spontaneous. I use it to try to express human depth and complexity.

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