Collectors from Hong Kong, Paris and Istanbul to New York, Chicago and Los Angeles have discovered Matt Dibble’s commanding abstract work. His energetic, large scale paintings convey a sense of depth and space expressed through layering. Color, line and shape partner with one another in what has been described as, “high-risk aesthetic adventurism and top rate craftsmanship.”
Dibble has been painting for over 30 years, and was recognized recently by Saatchi Art curator Rebecca Wilson in her “Best of 2015: Year in Review” collection. His most recent public work, a commission, can be seen in the lobby of the new Hilton Cleveland hotel.
Before unveiling its interactive Gallery One in 2012, the Cleveland Museum of Art filmed Matt demonstrating abstract painting techniques. The resulting video is currently on public view in Gallery One at CMA.
A solo exhibition in New York, titled “Useful Pressures,” will open on January 5th at First Street Gallery in Chelsea: www.firststreetgallery.org
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