Borck-Hart has shown her work in museums and galleries across the United States for more than 32 years. Her bold, fearless style emphasizes line, color and form, and invites the viewer to enter into a world of lush colorful gardens and the electrifying world of Polo matches
Borck-Hart grew up surrounded by art. Her mother, also a talented artist, painted murals on the walls of the family home. She received her first set of paints when she was only three years old and has been painting ever since this time.
Originally from New York City, Barbara Borck-Hart is one of the most renowned American artists working in the Northeast. Her work is part of the permanent collections of a number of major corporations, including Chase Manhattan Bank, General Electric and Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co.
Borck-Hart currently paints from her studio in Milford, Connecticut. In addition to her gallery work, Barbara also creates paintings on a commission basis.
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Barbara graduated from NYU with a degree in fine art and traveled extensively through Europe, where she found herself captivated by Impressionist paintings. She has taught art at Fairfield University, and worked as a graphics coordinator for Channel 49.