Bobbi Gibb is an exciting contemporary artist who creates bronze sculptures of the human form in action and portrait busts; vividly colored murals; and subtle, impressionistic landscapes, which reflect her deep love of both humanity and nature.
Bobbi’s artwork reflects the human and divine spirit and her point of view on the transcendent source of all being. As she has reflected in her book, Wind in the Fire, “Each living thing seems so exquisitely aware of itself. It speaks to me in a language beyond words. The shape of the maple leaf, broad and flat, is like a letter of the alphabet. Each plant is a hieroglyph of some ancient language, each knowing exactly how to form itself.”
Bobbi’s work explores all facets of nature. From life-like busts and full body sculptures detailing the human form in an exacting manner to expansive murals that display an explosion of nature as she sees it in her imagination. Her range of creativity originates from a deep foundation in both in science and art from her early childhood.
Her works are found at the National Art Museum of Sport in Indianapolis and in private collections. She has exhibited at the prestigious Geraci Gallery and the Rockport Art Association, where she has won the Manship Prize for excellence. She attended the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and has benefited from the teaching of Richard Gibney, Richard Reccia, and Walker Hancock.