Wanderlust (ongoing) 

have always had a sense of place.  These series of Plein Aire drawings and paintings were completed while traveling to California's Russian River Valley, Grand Staircase/ Escalante, Kanab, Utah, House Rock Valley, Arizona and many other remote places. 

The Cut | Vermillion Cliffs, Echo Cliffs and the Aquarius Plateau, AZ
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Fort Ross Headland | Ca
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Bodega Bay Headlands | Ca
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Walnut Canyon
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Halfway Picnic, Oakcreek, AZ
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Fog Over Bridgehaven, CA
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The Bluff | Jenner, Ca
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Russian River Heaven
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The last dune before the ocean | Jenner, CA
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Fog Receding
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Ridgeline from the Russian River, CA
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John's Tree in Jenner, CA
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About Barbara and Two Table Press ~

Barbara Ryan Gartin grew up in the woods of Northwest New Jersey, earned a BFA in Studio Art at Kutztown University and moved on to earn her MFA at Old Dominion University. She has taught and served as gallery director in universities, colleges, museums and community venues all over the country.  Working in primarily in printmaking and book arts, her most recent researchThe Story of Our Disappearing, documenting the 27 National Monuments currently being reviewed and reduced and Invisible Ancestors an exploration of the gaps between time, story and perception of familial truth and legends.   

 

In 2010, she began working under the studio name Two Tables Press producing limited edition hand pulled prints and artist books.  After living in nine states in each of the continental time zones she now resides in Flagstaff, Arizona with her amazing husband John.