Bibel’s style or eye — a sense of core patterns of solid shapes and space as form ––  is found in her photography as well as her paintings.  Black and white images accentuate these forms, essentially manifesting their architecture.  Here are some examples.

Debra Jan Bibel

MORPHOLOGIES:
An Exploration, An Evolution

Black & White Photographs

 

 

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Backdrop to a Greek Tragedy                  Flows

 

Blessing

      Cargo Creatures

Gravel in a New Light

 Diablo

Signal for a Serpent Electric Reservoir

Wood Pile  #1

Wood Pile  #2:   Tree Ring Abstraction

Sons of Vulcan  Jackson’s Canopy

 

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City SynthesisSquare/RectangleStripes
Circle & LineDotsSwirl & Curve
OpMiscellaneousMountainscapes
AntecedentsCalligraphyPhotography


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Last revision: May 15, 2010