Curator’s statement: In the age of technology and speed, where words can reach us in nano seconds, it falls to the artist to bring us back in touch a closer connection to ourselves and the life around us. Nothing is more basic to life itself than plants, which begin with the most simple and organic forms.
catalogue for group exhibition at Castle Hill Gallery August 17 - 28, 1998. Curtated by Mona Dukess. Artists in the exhibition; Richard Baker, Nancy Berlin, Mona Dukess, Vico Fabbris, Edward Giobbi, Francie Randolph.
Ipomoea, pastel on handmade paper, 30 x 30 inches 1998
My current series Flora Incognita, draws its imagery from within the shape and colors of flowers i know well. My intention is to depict them not as they may appear to others but as I see and think of them in my mind…
Dried Roses oil on gessoed wood, 1992
Robert Motherwell said that Ed Giobbi was the only painter he knew who successfully combined the quattrocento with modern Art…