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Barbara Waterman-Peters, (BFA, Washburn University, MFA, Kansas State University,) whose award-winning work is in museum, corporate and private collections, is represented by Hilliard Gallery, Kansas City, MO, Strecker-Nelson Gallery, Manhattan, KS, 123 Main Studio & Gallery in Naper, Nebraska, South Wind, Beauchamp, Mulvane Art Museum Gift Shop, and Warehouse 414 Galleries in Topeka. She was a founding member of the Collective Art Gallery (1987-2014) and is a charter member of Circle of 7. She has shown regionally, nationally and internationally in over 250 solo, invitational and juried exhibitions. In 2010 she became the first Core Artist in NOTO, founding STUDIO 831.
Waterman-Peters taught at Washburn and Kansas State Universities as well as Lassen Community College in California. Currently, she writes about artists for TOPEKA and LAWRENCE Magazines. She also writes an “Artist of the Month” online for TOPEKA Magazine.
She has received a Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Achievement from the State of Kansas and the Monroe Award from the Washburn University Alumni Association. In 2011 she was awarded the ARTY for Distinguished Visual Artist from ARTSConnect in Topeka.
She has illustrated several books, including BACI: A Mind-Altering Cat and THE COLLECTIVE @ 25 both of which she also wrote and designed; in addition, she has created book cover art for a number of authors. Recently, she and author Glendyn Buckley have formed Pen & Brush Press and collaborated on their first book, The Fish’s Wishes. For many years, Waterman-Peters has been the staff artist for the Andrew and Georgia Neese Gray Theater at Washburn University.