About Barbara Eberhart

“I wholeheartedly believe in the restorative powers of art. In today’s busy world we know that fear, guilt and anxiety can set in. Through my oil paintings and murals I hope to bestow a moment of stillness and beauty to my viewers and collectors. “ - Barbara Eberhart

Barbara Eberhart has been refining her flawless blended oil paint style during her 35 year career as a professional artist, spanning from Honolulu to Santa Barbara. She is most known for her elegant florals, which celebrate the lushness of the natural world and express her love for life. She is devoted to bringing joy and beauty to her collectors and viewers through her work, and believes in art as a spiritual experience that nourishes the soul.


Eberhart’s work is part of countless private collection throughout Canada, Hawaii and California. During her time in Hawaii, Eberhart was awarded the State of Hawaii Acquisition Award, in which her work was purchased for the state’s permanent collection. She has also been a commissioned artist for the interior designer showcase, the Hawaii Parade of Homes, and was commended by Governor Linda Lingle for her volunteer efforts for the Hawaii State Women’s Penitentiary. 


Most recently, Eberhart's work was featured in solo exhibits at the Faulkner Gallery and Divine Inspiration Gallery of Fine Art, as well as shown at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art, Cabrillo Pavilion, and the Santa Barbara Tennis Club. She currently teaches at the Santa Barbara City College Center for Life Long Learning and holds private workshops and classes. 


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