If you do not see your local currency, your purchase will default to USD. I live and make art in beautiful Historic Savannah, GA. My work is part of the permanent collection at the Jepson Center for the Arts and numerous private collections throughout the United States and Europe. I find inspiration in all the colors and textures that surround me. The sky meeting the ground, the stained cement after a morning rain, peeling blue paint on an old pay-phone, are all apart of the objects of my artistic affection. The language I use when I'm painting is about structure, color, light, and surface.
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Some of these prints can be enjoyed in Trees x 3, a gorgeous exhibition by Ibing, Pat Kozowyk and Christina Edwards, all unabashed tree lovers, at the Carnegie Gallery. All three artists are well established. Ibing, who lives in Burlington, has been exhibiting for about 40 years as an installation artist, painter and printmaker.