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Lived/Active: California/North Dakota      Known for: wildlife, hunting dog portrait

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David Barbere was born in Santa Barbara, California on October 19, 1933. He studied under Leonard Borman (1894-1995), attended art classes at Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA, studied with fellow wildlife artists Carl Brenders and Richard Sloan. He also studied with the Bismarck area artists Rosemary Landsberger, Vern Skaug, Frank Webb and Mike Capser.

David Barbare lived in Santa Barbara and Newport Beach, California. Traveling and painting over the southwestern United States, Barbare eventually settled in Bismarck, North Dakota in 1965.

He became known for his realistic depictions of wildlife such as buffalo and cougars, landscapes of the Dakota and southwestern badlands, still-lifes and commissioned works of hunting dogs. He has taught oil painting and has drawn inspiration for subject matter on frequent canoe trips on the Missouri River, retracing the former route of Lewis and Clark.

David Barbare became an art teacher for the non-profit organization THEO. He has been a member of the Bismarck Arts and Gallery Association. As a featured artist of the North Dakota Council of the Arts, he had his paintings exhibited in the Office of the Governor of the State of North Dakota.

His works can be found in important private collections including the Budweiser Collection. A newspaper article on Barbare appeared in the "Bismarck Tribune, Outdoor Journal", Spring 2001.


Submitted December 2004 by Lawrence Beebe, fine-art professional. His source is the artist.





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