Felicity Hibble

Felicity Hibble
Photo of Felicity Hibble Artwork
Focusing on the intricate and precise art of linocut, Hibble has produced a sophisticated body of work that explores the coalescent relationship between the built environment and the people that populate it. Felicity Hibble Focusing on the intricate and precise art of linocut, Hibble has produced a sophisticated body of work that explores the coalescent relationship between the built environment and the people that populate it. Events; What's On; Arts and Culture; Arts Centre

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1 July - 31 July 2018​

For our July Incubate Artist Showcase, the Arts Centre is excitied to have on display the work of Felicity Hibble. Focusing on the intricate and precise art of linocut, Hibble has produced a sophisticated body of work that explores the coalescent relationship between the built environment and the people that populate it. 

On her work, Felicity states "My environment largely comprises of man-made structures for the facilitation of human endeavour. The images convey a desire for control over the (built) environment, all of which will eventually become left behind or repurposed.The situations I depict in my work resonate with me personally as they are based upon my experiences with identity, family and relocating from Regional Australia to Sydney city".

Felicity has completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts from the University of South Australia (2000), a Master of Design at the College of Fine Arts (University of New South Wales, 2009) and now works for TAFE NSW in Sydney.