BFA – Moore College of Art – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
MFA – SUNY Buffalo in association with the Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, N.Y.
MA – Adelphi University – Garden City, New York – Art Education K-12

PERSONAL HONORS, PRIZES, SCHOLARSHIPS, PUBLICATIONS: NEW YORK TIMES reviewed - Inner Images - one-person show – Stepping Stone Gallery, Huntington(Pinhole photographs manipulated in Adobe Photoshop and printed in intaglio using Solarplates)
Critic’s Picks Winner – Manhattan Arts (Photo silk screen)
1ST Place Award Art Show At The Dog Show (Photo silk screen)
Shows - Alumni Shows, Moore College of Art & Visual Studies Workshop; Philadelphia College of Art; Adelphi University; Pratt Graphic Center; Guild Hall; Bob Blackburn’s Print Workshop; Philadelphia Civic Center; “The Expanded Photograph”; “Synthetic Color”; “Women Look At Women”; “La Semana de Fotographia” (Brazil); “Photography: Rochester N.Y.” (Paris); “Rip-Off Show”; Nikon House; “Censorship” (Chicago); one person show at the Portland Bay Press, Australia, “Contemporary Australian & New York Prints”, Dan Welden Art Center print show, “(S)light of Hand” – Juror’s Award - Photographer’s Eye Collective and numerous shows connected with the New York Society of Etchers
New York State CAPS Grant (Photography Division)
Awarded the P.A.B. Memorial European Fellowship – Moore College of Art
Published Art Work in: Printmaking in the Sun, Saturday Review, Stud & Stable (cover), Book of Record Jackets, Album, Options for Color Separation, Manhattan Arts, Malverne Times, Far Horizons Newsletter, New York Times, Presbyterian Times, East Hampton Star, John Oates’ autobiography – Change of Seasons and numerous show catalogues
Lectured on Photo silk screen printing (techniques and esthetics) and artists’ journals at: The Downtown Whitney, University of Bridgeport, Duchess County Community College, Visual Studies Workshop, Society of Photographic Educators, The Museum of Fine Arts in Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Guestbook for Barbara Wilson Bio
Deborah Van Slyke(non-registered)
Wish I still lived in San Diego so I could see in person. They are wonderful. So proud of you.