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.
After beginning her formal art education at Philadelphia College of Art (now UArts), Neibart transferred to Cornell University and graduated with a BFA in painting, which included a Fellowship in 1976 to Yale University at Norfolk. Upon graduation, she was awarded a Max Beckmann Scholarship to the Brooklyn Museum. Neibart earned an MFA in painting from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College.
She has taught art at the college level since 1989, at Richard Stockton College of NJ, Marymount Manhattan College in NY, and currently teaches in the art departments at the County College of Morris and the College of Saint Elizabeth in northern New Jersey.
Barbara Neibart is the author/illustrator of Wild Life: an Illustrated Journal, an irreverent 3 volume alternative comic book, and ARF History, an art-historical parody in which dogs inhabit great paintings. She is also the creator/illustrator of Dailyscribble, a series of watercolor interpretations of others’ actual doodles, re-imagined and posted online.