Exotic playground, 2016

Exotic playground, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic, canvas, 32” x 40”

For want of a better life, 2016

For want of a better life, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic on canvas, 32” x 40”

Gone but not forgotten, 2016

Gone but not forgotten, 2016

Acrylic on canvas, 20” x 16”

Here & there, 2016

Here & there, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic on canvas, 32” x 40”

Hole in the heart 6, 2016

Hole in the heart 6, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic on canvas, 32” x 40”

I put this moment here, 2016

I put this moment here, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic on canvas, 32” x 40”

Living, love, loss, 2016

Living, love, loss, 2016

Acrylic on canvas, approx 15” x 12”

Moral high ground, 2016

Moral high ground, 2016

Acrylic on canvas, approx 15” x 12”

Self-portrait on the border (after Frida Kahlo)

Self-portrait on the border (after Frida Kahlo)

Acrylic on canvas, 20” x 16”

Skeletons in the closet, 2016

Skeletons in the closet, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic, canvas, 32” x 40”

Romantic roots over the water, way over there

Romantic roots over the water, way over there

2017, Acrylic, canvas, 40” x 30”

Raise a glass to our feathered friends

Raise a glass to our feathered friends

2017, Acrylic, canvas, lace, 40” x 30”

There's a dancing girl there somewhere

There's a dancing girl there somewhere

(she just doesn’t come out very often), 2017 Acrylic, canvas, lace, 40” x 30”

Barbara Ash

UK, India

Member of the

Melting Pot Co-operative Project

Barbara Ash graduated with a Masters degree on the Sculpture programme at the Royal College of Art and was awarded the prestigious Henry Moore Fellowship from the Henry Moore Foundation, based for one year at Canterbury College of Art. She has been awarded several Artists Grants from the Arts Council of England and was a recipient for the Year of the Artist Award and a "Judges Favourite" (Mary Allen; ex-Secretary-General of the Art's Council of England) in the British Women Artist Annual 2015. 

 

Ash’s work has been presented in solo and curated group exhibitions in U.K, U.S, Europe and Asia and is based in Bristol, U.K. For the last few years she has been working on projects/shows in India as is based for part of the year in the Southern city of Bangalore. She is currently collaborating with Katarina Rasic, a Serbian artist, to project-manage an ongoing initiative "Melting Pot" - showcasing paintings from 4 women artists, connecting artists and galleries from India to East/West Europe.

 

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I put this moment here, 2016

Watercolour, acrylic on canvas, 32” x 40”