Landscapes composed of solid sections, as a jig-saw puzzle, are derivative of the elemental geometric morphologies and maintain the Bibel style. Mountainscapes are familiar to all; hence, these paintings have been well received by more viewers than the more difficult, intellectual abstractions. Sometimes electronic media geeks need to ground within nature from time to time. And for a student of Zen, mountain retreats are part of the lore and beckon the meditator with its pure, crisp air and expansive views.
 

Debra Jan Bibel

MORPHOLOGIES:
An Exploration, An Evolution


Mountainscapes

 

 

Mountains, the traditional abode of deities among all peoples, are power-forged geology. They tap deep spiritual human roots even today.

 

 

 

Silent Roar (2007), 24 30 in.

A New Day for an Old Planet (2007), 30 30 in.

 

 Upheaval (2007), 36 24 in.

Lone Mountain (2007), 24 30 in.

Huangshan Mountain High (Colorado Bounce),  (2007), 24 30 in.

 

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