About the Artist
You need to know all about Barb Janisch to understand why her work is distinctive. She has a lifetime of experience as an artist whose focus is painting. Starting at age 5, she drew a mural on her bedroom wall. Even though her mother was not pleased, Barb knew she was an artist, and it was always in her character to create.
Barb's work has been included in numerous major exhibitions and calendars and has been purchased by collectors, museums, and corporate galleries. These purchases include the acquisition of the "Crucifixion," which was added to the permanent collection of the Billy Graham Center Museum in Chicago, Illinois.
Barb's shows include a stunning opening at the International Art Expo New York. She has shown throughout the United States and was featured on PBS-TV's Art Beat Calendar in Chicago. Barb has also shown with the White House News Photographers Association in Washington, DC.
She received her studio art training at the University of Minnesota and Arizona State University. She holds the equivalent of a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Painting. Visit her 'Paintings' page and call or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details about original acrylic paintings, limited edition giclée prints, or to commission a work.
For Cross View Lutheran Church
Barb Janisch curated an exhibit at Cross View called, "Remix: Interpretations of Paradise." The work in this show was by artists from the 13th century to contemporary times. It included work by Albrecht Durer, Marc Chagall, Abraham Rattner, Paul Granlund, He Qu, and Fritz Eichenberg to name a few. Also included in this exhibit were two of Barb's works; "Dawn" and "Jacob's Ladder."
For Campbell Mithun
Historically Campbell Mithun Advertising Agency commissioned Barb to create a much anticipated limited edition holiday sculpture which they gifted to their clients.