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Owner and principal designer of Design Logic, Ltd., Inc., an interior design and interior architectural firm specializing in the “green” restoration and renovation of historic estates and pre-war apartments as well as commercial interiors and art galleries. Known for a detail oriented aesthetic, functional and green approach to enhance lifestyle choices in all styles both historic and contemporary.

While traveling in Egypt, Barbara met the great pop artist George Segal and became his model and subject for twenty years. During that time she became associated with many of the great contemporary artists of the late 20th century.

Barbara's knowledge of antiques and art and her relationship with many fine dealers over the span of her 30 plus years career, led her to develop the nationally recognized Two Rivers Antiques and Art show that has raised over $3,000,000.00 for the Jacqueline Wilentz Comprehensive Breast Center at Monmouth Medical Center.

Barbara is a creative innovator of original educational institutions in the arts and sciences,  including two children's  museums that  host over 50,000 visitors per year.  Barbara was instrumental in designing these enduring exhibitions.
As a member of The National Advisory Board of the National Museum of Women in the Arts,  Barbara is involved in the long term planning and artistic development of the Museum.


Design Logic Ltd, Inc 1980-present
Owner and President of a high end residential and commercial design and interior architectural firm, specializing in historic restoration and renovation, and in contemporary living environments.  She is known for incorporating art and antiques into these spaces.
• Designer for offices of Epstein, Becker and Green including law library 1984-1999
• Designer for celebrity residences of Dennis Miller, Max Weinberg, Ann Geddes and others.
• Founder and primary designer of Children’s Wing and Pre-School Wing of The Monmouth Museum.
• Design and renovation of Stanford White and other historical estates in the tri-state area.
• Design and renovation of apartment house lobbies and façades of buildings.
• Designer in several New Jersey Showhouses over span of many years.
• Featured designer in numerous design publications.
• Founder and on-going chair of the nationally recognized Two Rivers Antiques and Art Show.


ASID  allied member, NY Metro Chapter.   American  Society of Interior Designers  
Monmouth Museum Board of Trustees 1978-2012
• Vice President of the Board 1990 - 2007
• Founder and principal designer of The Children’s Museum, “The Wonder Warehouse”.
• Founder and principal Designer of pre-school wing, a permanent exhibition, “Under the Sea”.
• Designer and Curator of exhibitions in the Main Gallery. 
• Exhibition Committee Chair
American Cancer Society 1978-1997
• Event Design Chair:”Cancer Ball” .
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. 1994-present
• National Advisory Board: Strategic planning  for the Museum  dedicated to historic and contemporary women artists in all aspects of the arts.

Two Rivers Antiques and Art Show          1996-present
• Founder and on-going Chair                                                                                          
With twenty five dealers representing fine antique and vintage furnishings, traditional  and contemporary art, Folk art, marine artifacts, jewelry, silver, lighting and architectural salvage, the Two Rivers Show has been called one of the finest small shows in the nation.


Barnard College, Columbia University.  B.S., pre-med with honors in Biology           1966
Sorbonne; Paris, France, one semester studying language 1965-1966
New York School of Interior Design, degree in design 1971-1972

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