Barbara Gurwitz

Inspired by her travels, Barbara Gurwitz paints bright, colorful, expressive landscapes featuring villages set in valleys of the mountainous countryside.  Her original paintings are in numerous private and public collections throughout the United States and abroad such as the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. and the Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Ariz.

“In recent years my work has expanded to include more minimalist, abstract work.  My interest in photography has also grown and has had some effect on a newer series of paintings.  Beginning in late 2016 her work has moved from abstracting landscapes to abstract/non-objective work which continues to be interested in shapes, colors, patterns.”

Below are examples of Barbara Gurwitz’s work.  Please contact us for more information.

Day Break

Untitled #7

Untitled #6

Untitled #1

Road to Lilly's Place (notebook series)

Road to Lilly’s Place (notebook series)

Embudo (notebook series)

Embudo (notebook series)

Chili Factory, Tumacacori (notebook series)

Chili Factory, Tumacacori (notebook series)

The Valley (notebook series)

The Valley (notebook series)

Moon Rising

Moon Rising

Trout Stream

Trout Stream

Changing Seasons

Changing Seasons

Turbulent Sky

Turbulent Sky

Ranch Lands

Ranch Lands

Rio Grande at Pilar

Rio Grande at Pilar

Morroco #5 - Passages

Morroco #5 – Passages

The Guggenheim, NYC

The Guggenheim, NYC

Wide Valley

Wide Valley

River’s Bend

River’s Bend

Embudo, Early Autumn

Embudo, Early Autumn

Autumn Sunset in Pilar

Autumn Sunset in Pilar

Beyond The High Road

Beyond The High Road

Pilar This Autumn

Pilar This Autumn

Road South To Santa Fe

Road South To Santa Fe

Late September

Late September

Cottonwood Bend

Cottonwood Bend

The Mission

The Mission

Haystacks, Tirra Amarillo

Haystacks, Tirra Amarillo

Pilar

Pilar

Nambe

Nambe

Cottonwoods, Tumacacori

Cottonwoods, Tumacacori