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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Bodega Bird in Repose

Taking Off


After the Concert

Point on a Circle

Big Event on a Small Planet

 

 

Potential Energy

Landmark

 

 

San Francisco Contrast

Hill

Atlantis Romani Village
Parallels Circle Guardians
Aziz the Dervish  I Aziz the Dervish II

Jackson Square

Inviting Stairs

Merging Falls

Brick Wall

Chinese Landscape: Falling Water

[Actually. Iguaçu Falls, Brazil/Argentina]

Sometimes, depending on subject (such as butterfly wings and flowers), color is necessary. Though blacks and grays of the left photograph have now a green tinge,  the cascading falls become more alive, more powerful than the abstract black & white version. It is this version, enlarged, that hangs in the Bibel studio.

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City SynthesisSquare/RectangleStripes
Circle & LineDotsSwirl & Curve
OpMiscellaneousMountainscapes
AntecedentsCalligraphyPhotography


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Last revision: November 1, 2012