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Background

Barbara's Background

Barbara Powell

  Originally from Western Massachusetts, Barbara received her B.A. from Smith College and her Master’s from the University of Rhode Island. While her professional career focused on environmental protections, she is now focused on her artistic passions and community service through the local south Florida art scene. 


Powell previously served as a director for the Wellington Art Society. She is a current director for the Woman in the Visual Arts in Boca Raton, FL. 


She is also a member of the Ceramic League of the Palm Beaches, the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and teaches wheel-throwing classes at the City of Palm Beach Gardens at the Lighthouse Art Center in Tequesta, Florida. 

Her Medium

Hands shaping clay.

“Clay is my never-ending journey.”

“While I have always found pure meditative joy in throwing clay on the potter’s wheel, I am now looking to sculpting and altering the surfaces of the clay as a more direct expression of what I see and feel in nature. 


I strive to create surfaces that echo sculpted rock which is the very origins of the clay itself.” 

Her Inspiration

Powell's work evokes geology, the upheaval of rock, and the way light plays on the surfaces.

   I am inspired at how mammoth geologic formations uplift and fold upon themselves, eroding into varied surfaces that capture the shadows and changing lights. 


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