Marie Barbera Sculptor

Cold Feet a Native American bronze sculpture by Marie Barbera

Cold Feet

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Sacagewa a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Sacagewa

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Basket Weaver a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Basket Weaver

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Navajo Dreamer a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Navajo Dreamer

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Blanket Dance a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Blanket Dance

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Born Free a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Born Free

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Dance of the Morning Star a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Dance of the Morning Star

Marie Barbera Sculptor

First Flight a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

First Flight

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Navajo Princess a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Navajo Princess

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Zia, The Zuni Potter a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Zia, The Zuni Potter

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Memories a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Memories

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Girls Just Want to Have Fun fine bronze Native American Sculpture by Marie Barbera

Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Little Flower a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Little Flower

Marie Barbera Sculptor

Chief's Blanket a Native American sculpture by Marie Barbera

Chief's Blanket

Famous Sculpture of Native Americans in bronze by Marie Barbera

Marie sells out her Limited Edition Bronze sculptures on a regular basis. Her Limited Edition Native American sculptures possess a very high sell rate as can be seen on this page listing her sold out bronze sculpture editions.

Marie Barbera, is a first generation Italian-American. Her father who emigrated from Italy to the United States, was a craftsman restoring architectural details on federal and state buildings. Both Marie and her brother chose to pursue an interest in art while growing up. Married to Frank Barbera. Marie and her husband raised two children and now have two grandchildren as well. After many years as wife and mother, Marie returned to her work and developed the Barbera Studio.

Marie Barbera has exhibited widely throughout the United States and has placed her work in many collections including works collected in Asia. She is represented in Museum Collections and has become a sought after artist working in her genre of figurative Native American bronzes.