Harriet Barber was an artist who lived and worked on the Dorset coast.

She was uncompromising about painting in situ. Her landscapes and seascapes were painted, from start to finish, on the spot - with the view in front of her. 

Her work built on the solid technical foundation that she gained during her postgraduate degree at the Slade, under the tutelage of Euan Uglow. 

Read the introduction to Harriet's painting diary blog,  see her portfolio of paintings and drawings, and her photographs and videos using the links at the top of the page.

Harriet's work is currently being photographed and catalogued, as comprehensively as possible by Dan Thompson.


Harriet Barber's Wikipedia page is here