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, connections, and freely moving.
My artwork offers viewers to embrace movement and the journey. I create this artwork to continue to learn about and help others connect with the importance of “Motion”. I include various people, friends and family “In Motion” through my life experiences and genuine connection with them and their environment. My intent with my multi-layered “In Motion” artwork is my desire to share uniqueness. Through traditional and digital, my brush strokes are applied and then spread. My artwork is vibrant with colors and exaggerated in depth.
More specifically, I now fast forward to the now and our future. I am currently creating and expanding beyond "In Motion" Animation, Digital Art, and Painting Abstractions. The mindset and fervor I have and have always had is to live an active life style. With this, I desire to move rather than not move.
I am currently creating and expanding beyond In Motion Animation, Digital Art, and Painting Abstractions. My visual exploration includes abstract fused glass sculptures. The expansion of this project is my way to visually embrace Arthritis.
Through my abstract glass sculptures, movement in my artwork continues to be crucial. My choice of glass as a medium is to convey that fragility and vulnerability amongst those with Arthritis is not to be ignored. My sculptures are creative expressions to allow viewers to consider moving and thriving and as opposed to the limitations of arthritis.
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