Painter picked by art publication

Arabella magazine has listed Langley artist Daniel Tibbits as one to watch.

The January issue of the Canadian magazine devoted to art, architecture and design has profiled the man who studied at what was then called Kwantlen College.

Tibbits’ work reflects the natural world in a unique way.

“Stones that fly, clouds that carry and sticks that glide,” he explained. “These are some of the images that excite me and have driven my painting passion for the past 20 years. I love making the impossible possible with just paint and brushes. Giving life to an empty space gives myself purpose and love for life.”

He has received awards, and has given art classes and demonstrations for many years.

Tibbits’ works have appeared in several local juried and non-juried art exhibitions, and galleries.

People can check out his work at

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