The Human Form, A Moment In Time

Works by Jeff Kibler

June 11, 2021 - July 18, 2021


Opening Reception: Friday, June 11, 2021 (5 – 7pm)

Artist Statement

The paintings and drawings that are included in the show are the human form, a moment in time. Our expressions, our movements, I love how light falls on the figure and the face and captures the personality of that person. When I walk down the street I study the form of peoples faces their figure and their shape and imagine how I would draw them.


Jeff Kibler has more than 40 years experience in corporate art and editorial design with Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, higher education institutions, and museums. In addition to private commissions in portraiture and landscape creations, he lends his talent to freelancing in Washington, DC. Although skilled in commercial art, he prefers the discipline of fine art. His mediums of choice, charcoal and oils, has captured the nuances of the human form, a moment in time.

Jeff was born and raised in the Jamestown, New York and received his formal education at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Under the classical tutelage of the Corcoran College of Art & Design, Winter Palace Studios in Washington, DC and a workshop at the Russian Academy of Art in St. Petersburg Russia is seminal in his art.

Image: “Ballet Break”  Charcoal on paper by Jeff Kibler