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Barbara Hageman

Barbara Hageman trained in classical painting and drawing techniques at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, in Old Lyme, Connecticut. In addition, Barbara holds both Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Connecticut.

At Lyme she studied with Jerry Weiss, Peter Zallinger, Diane Aeschiliman, Nancy Gladwell, Susan Stephenson, and the late Dean Kelleher.   LACFA is  an NASAD, NEASC-accredited, classical art college ( ).  From the beginning of her studies, she learned the “en plein aire” tradition of the American Impressionists who summered in Old Lyme at the Florence Griswold residence-now-museum.

Barbara is a member of the Creative Arts Center in Chatham, MA.  In 2001 Barbara organized a maritime artists workshop for the Cape Cod Museum of Art with artists Joe McGurl and John Stobart.  She served as a high school student mentor for the Cape Cod Museum of Art’s “School to Careers” program in 2005.

Barbara’s work has been exhibited at The Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis, The Creative Arts Center, Chatham, MA and The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Operations Center, and The Florence Griswold Museum and Maple and Main Gallery in Chester.  Her complete range of landscapes, figure, portrait and still-life works can be seen at her website: where you can also find out her current exhibition schedule.

More About the Artist

Themes in Work:

Seascape, beaches, boats, gardens, children playing at the beach, marshes, the open salt flats of Cape Cod Bay, lighthouses, and the glorious light of the northeast shoreline. In addition, using the flowers from her garden, Barbara also paints still life works that are evocative of summers by the water.

Professional Affiliations:

Chatham Creative Arts Center, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.

Where Work is Displayed:

Visit Barbara's website to see her most current exhibition schedule.


Commissioned paintings of families and friends on the beach or in a favorite garden. In addition, some of barbara's works are available in gift items such as notecards, mugs and mousepads at this website:

Fees / Price Range:

The smallest works begin at $145 and the largest works can be $3,500+.


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