Barbara Nichols Winslow’s monoprints are often inspired by nature. The artist is drawn to the hands-on technique of printmaking, often running her prints through the press several times. Her monotypes reflect a preoccupation with the interplay of line, color and form. The vibrant colors interlock with one another and appear to be in the midst of transformation. This is emphasized by the soft, fog like atmosphere that exists in much of her work.
The artist attended King’s College at the University of London, where she received an MA in literature. After writing as a columnist for a number of years, Winslow began to pursue her career as a professional artist. She has shown at the Concord Public Library and at the Galerie la Magnaerie, Chateauneuf de Mazenc, France, among other institutions.