*First Place International Art Award - From Neopoprealism
*2nd place NYC Washington Square award for Blackbirds
*United States Achievement Academy Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement
*Marion-Ebert Wolle Scholarship
*Upstream People Gallery Highlighted recognition
*2006-2015 BEST IN SHOW - NC 4th of July sand sculpture contest
*Miss Pin Up Philadelphia Finalist 2013
*Pin Ups for Pitbulls 2014 Calendar Finalist
*Miss Pinup Philadelphia 2014
*2015 Honorable Mention award Capitol Health Art Show
*Chiricaua National Monument Artist Residency Program finalist
*Omaze first place winner
*Best Chef Award for Dinner entree @ The Yacht Haven Grande 2019 Boat Show
World traveler, Blair Barbour, spent her youth between the art scene in Philadelphia and skeet shooting in the back woods of Virginia. She is a big part of the local animal advocacy scene, winning Miss Pinup Philadelphia 2014 and helping to raise awareness for breed discrimination through the organization Pinups for Pitbulls. Art is her number one passion and she works in a number of mediums, but her signature style is paper collage. In her Art career she has been on the board of one of the top 20 shows in the country in Philadelphia for 15 years. She is a member of the Artists of Yardley and teaches children about the environment through Yoga and Art in her local community. Her art has been recognized with an International Art award from Neo Pop Realism and can be found globally with works residing in every major US city and in Paris and Hong Kong. She was accepted into the Artist Residency Program at the Chiricahua National Monument in Arizona where she wrote and illustrated one of her numerous children's books. Blair has used her talent for many charities supporting local arts programs in Philadelphia schools, Pinups for Pitbulls, the Wounded Warrior Fund and raising money to aid Haiti after the earthquake.
After spending two fun years living in Las Vegas exhibiting her work throughout Nevada, Arizona and California, she then to Lake Tahoe in the mountains where she fell in love with boating and skiing. Now she is currently residing in the Caribbean Sea, spending half of the year on a sailboat studying as a chef, scuba diving with sharks, working on her mermaiding, volunteering making murals for the Women's Coalition in St. Croix and shows her Caribbean inspired work in galleries in the British Virgin Islands.