Barbara Kyne is a nationally exhibited artist. Among the shows she has been in are: The Oakland Museum of Art's, What is Art For?, The Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, CA, The Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek, CA and The Kala Institute in Berkeley, CA. Barbara's selected bibliography includes The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Oakland Tribune and Artweek, for which she also contributed as a writer and photographer.
Barbara has taught photography extensively including at City College of San Francisco, Merritt College, Laney College and College of Alameda. She has also lectured at the Society for Photographic Education.
Barbara received her BA in photography from Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA, and her MA in Studio Arts from John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, CA
Barbara was born in Hoboken, New Jersey and currently lives with her partner Fran Lowe in Oakland, CA.
My photographic work is a spontaneous exploration of mysticism and interpersonal dynamics—those between individuals and artworks, chance groups of people, and myself in relation to both. The works are meant to provoke wonder, and be experienced by the viewer at a physical level.