Formerly a competitive runner and cyclist, my abstract paintings are where it all began as a necessary paradigm shift to express my need for a release. Additionally, my paintings depict rapid and uninhibited motion through spontaneity. This "In Motion" series of artwork I continue to create infinitely evolves and is a narrative of forthcoming curiosity.
My passion for motion exists in everything and everywhere. My artwork began with vividly progressive and expressive cyclist paintings. Moreover, I added “Food in Motion” paintings that visually affirm "In Motion". As I see everything "In Motion", my abstracted food images are influential and metaphorical. Despite the challenges of an eating disorder, artist and curator Kristine Shomaker is flourishing.
More specifically, I now fast forward to the now and our future. The mindset and fervor I have and have always had is to actively exhibit my positive support for unified movement for equality. With this, I believe this is also a way to visually share peaceful movement and without barriers, suppression and prejudice.
My “Black and Color in Motion” series has been shown in some exhibitions. I have been fortunate to exhibit images from this series in the “Hindsight is 2020” and “Living Through A Pandemic” online shows. Digital prints from my “Black and Color in Motion Series” are of the utmost importance and included in my “In Motion” body of work.
I am currently creating and expanding beyond Black and Color in Motion Animation, Digital Art, and Painting Abstractions. The expansion of this project is my way to communicate visual authenticity “In Motion”. I am painting colleagues, friends and family “In Motion” through my life experiences and genuine connection with them and their environment. Viscerally, I create imagery, too, that are expressions of our at-risk harmonization of all people on a global level. Learning from Sam Gilliam’s experience and artwork in the 1960’s. In my awareness and experience of our current and future challenges, I have prints of my 8 feet by 10 feet Arc, “People Thriving with Rainbow Colors in Motion” exhibited at Westfield Art Space during the months of June and July 2021. The inclusion of this artwork is my way to communicate authentically a positive image of people in motion in the contemporary.
Just added in this series, I am also working on “In Motion” expressive abstracts with fragments, textures and complexities. With my current and future experiences, I now am seeing inhibitions. Yet, I am still "In Motion" for positive growth and change.
Formerly a competitive runner and cyclist, my “In Motion” series originated from my desire to paint cyclists moving at a high speed.
My Thesis included sculpting distressed rocks and the juxtaposition of their environments. When I am out in the mountains hiking or biking, I see destruction to the environment, much of which has been caused by humanity. These devastated rock sculptures are an expression of these concerns.
Daryl Bibicoff painting In Motion series in Art Studio