A native New Yorker whose studio is in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Libby Seaberg has exhibited her work at numerous museums and galleries in New York and the Northeast, including the Hudson River, Brooklyn, Everson, and Hudson Highlands Museums; Snug Harbor Cultural Center; 55 Mercer Gallery; Queens College Art Center; and the galleries of Marymount Manhattan, Allegheny, Hunter, and New York City Community Colleges, Fairleigh Dickinson and Lehigh Universities, and New York University's Stern School of Business.

After studying painting in the graduate art department of City College and at the New School, Art Students League, and Philadelphia College of Art, Ms. Seaberg took sculpture classes at the School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute, and the Brooklyn Museum Art School and glass-working classes at UrbanGlass. She was also trained as an art historian at Columbia University, where she earned a master's degree, and at the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School.

A biographee of Who's Who in American Art, Ms. Seaberg received an artist's fellowship from the Vermont Studio Colony and is a member of the board of advisors of Artists Talk On Art. She has curated exhibitions for the Organization of Independent Artists, Yeshiva University Museum, and Park Slope Artists Council and for City Without Walls in Newark, New Jersey.

Ms. Seaberg has written on American sculptors for the Whitney Museum of American Art and has completed an essay on the life and career of the painter Janet Sobel. One of Ms. Seaberg’s photographs was selected as the January image in BRIC/Brooklyn Information and Culture's 2002 calendar, A Place Called Brooklyn: Literary and Photographic Interpretations.