Barbara Low was born in California in 1988 and moved to Buenos Aires at age 10. It was in Argentina where she developed her artistic career over 20 years. She studied in different masters' studios and Art History at the University of Buenos Aires. At a young age, she learned how to work with multiple mediums such as pastel, watercolours and oil techniques.
Later in Argentina, she began to practice and further develop her artistic styles with the help and influence of renown Argentine artists, while beginning her travels throughout Latin America. She developed a deep appreciation and passion for the diverse and complex ethnic backgrounds of the indigenous people of those countries. This passion was exhibited in 2009 at the Mercedes Giachetti Gallery in Buenos Aires.
While studying Art History, the University's Department of Pre-Columbian Art grants her an exhibition at the Art Faculty’s Center where she reveals her new Latin American series.
In the following years she will be part of group shows and several solo shows including, her Jazz series, her Cuban series and the Yoga series.
She becomes a street artist and works on many commissions with her colleague Nina Kunan.
Shows in the US, include Los Angeles and New York. In Argentina, she is part of a juried show at the Sivori Museum. She also does an installation for them in 2014.
She currently lives in Toulouse, and since all of these international shifts, her paintings are colored with experiences of voyages, both hers and through the eyes of others. Her Moroccan Series is shown at the Palette des possibles, Toulouse in 2018.
Her Tango Series is exhibited in Paris at the Maison de l’Argentine and again at the Palette des possibles, in 2020.