Win Zibeon » Profile


Blauvelt NY


Personal Statement

Win Zibeon was born in Brooklyn, NY and was one of the first men to attend Hunter College at a time when major New York artists were teaching there. Win was especially encouraged by his teachers Tony Smith and Robert Morris. He worked through an abstract phase right through to his present day trompe l’oeil style. He was awarded the William Graf Memorial Scholarship for graduate study in painting.  He lived in downtown Manhattan for a number of years before moving to his present studio – a barn in Rockland County, NY where he started painting his anti-landscape series. He has won many prizes and is included in many collections both in the US and overseas. Last year he won best in show at the "H20" national juried competition at East End Arts, Riverhead, NY. Recent group exhibitions include "Current Hues of the Hudson" at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY, "Between Realities" at the Peter Marcelle Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY. and "Contemporary Trompe l’Oeil" at the Peto Museum in Island Heights, NJ.


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