Barbara Solberg - Landscape and Mixed Media Artworks

The Creative Hand Studio. Art in Nature. Nature in Art.



* Commissions

* Landscapes

* Mixed Media

* Small Works

Art Classes

* Drawing

* Pastel Painting

* Workshops

About the Artist

* Artist's Statement

* Collections

* Exhibitions

Studio Notes

* Art Care Tips

* Creative Hand News

* Insights



Affiliated Galleries


Beauchamp's Art Gallery, Topeka




About the Art

A painter for many years, I have always been captivated by the beauty of the land and our place in it. Drawing upon the history of ancient cultures, my art weaves together the textures of old and new, time and place, the conscious and unconscious.

Finding inspiration in nature, I have incorporated it into my works using a variety of media and techniques, from pastels, acrylics, oils, lithography, and mono-prints to collages of natural objects.

My work, whether a simple landscape or an intricate collage, strives to connect us to the land, our history, and most importantly, ourselves.


Bog, Loch, Sea

Stones' Memory

Latest Works

Finding inspiration in the beauty of Kansas, the ancient rock art of northern Norway, and the intriguing geographic features of Scotland, England, Germany and the Netherlands.

Arti-Facts. Matisse Class

My first Arti-facts class was a grand success. We learned a bit about Henri Matisse and tried out his cut-paper collage technique.

Take a look at my student's works!

Get Creative. Take an Art Class!


A fun way to learn about art! Take in a bit of art history. Try out an artist's technique. No experience necessary! All materials provided.

See Pastel Painting page for more information.


Enhance your space!

With artworks for the home, office, and other commercial spaces. More details...


Spend a Day in the Country

Special Gift Ideas



What collectors are saying...

“I love Barbara's work because it comes from a place of deep experience . . . the work is inspirational, grounding, and has a complexity which makes it never boring hanging on the wall, even years later. I find it evocative and healing.”

Rita Stucky, Psychologist


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