Bob Barancik

Bob Barancik is an award-winning painter, print maker, and artist craftsman. He earned a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an M.A. in art education from Stanford University.

Bob has also completed extensive graduate studies in creative art therapies at the Medical College of Pennsylvania/Hahnemann University, and postgraduate work in organizational development at the William Alanson White Institute in New York City.

He has received awards from the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Leadership Philadelphia for his creative contributions to the civic life of the community. Bob has served on the advisory boards of the Wachman Fund for International Education, the Middle East Council of Philadelphia, and Creative Tampa Bay.

Bob’s mixed-media paintings and prints have been exhibited at many major institutions. These include the Frye Museum (Seattle), Minnesota Museum of American Art, New Jersey State Museum, Rare Book and Print Room of the New York Public Library, Van Pelt Library at the University of Pennsylvania, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, and The Studio@620.

Bob’s award-winning videos featuring his artwork have been screened at the JVC Tokyo Video Festival, Berkeley Video & Film Festival, Washington DC Independent Film Festival, Los Angeles International Shorts Festival, Ignite! Festival in New York City, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Santa Cruz Film Festival, Columbus International Film & Video Festival, Philadelphia International Film Festival, Rochester International Film Festival, Toronto Jewish Film Festival, Festival International du Film Indepéndant (Brussels), Black Maria Film Festival, Canadian International Annual Film Festival, Maine International Film Festival, Maine Filmmakers Forum, Festivus Film Festival, and others.

Bob has taught or lectured at the Stern School of Business at New York University, Long Island University, the University of California Extension Program in Management, Moore College of Art, and Drexel University.

He and his wife, Amy, divide their time between their studios in St. Petersburg (Florida), Philadelphia, and Portland (Maine).