Bibi Smit
1965Born in Son en Breugel, Netherlands
1984 – 1988West Surrey College of Art and Design in Farnham, England, graduated with Bachelor of Art (honors)
1987Internship with Willem Heesen at De Oude Horn in Leerdam, Netherlands
1988–1989Glass assistant to Annica Sandstrom and David Kaplan at Lindean Mill Glass in Scotland
Seit 2006Studio in Loosdrecht, Netherlands
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Bibi Smit

Bibi Smit’s glass art is inspired by the patterns, rhythms and colors of nature. She enjoyed sketching as a child and later became interested in watercolors. Like a watercolor, hot glass seems to be alive when it flows, moves and emits light. The artist explains: “The piece needs to have a movement in it. It needs to be alive, it needs to convey a message, or a thought or a feeling to another person. It is like wind; you don’t see wind but you see what wind does. Everything is moving, nothing is static. And that is, for me, the essence of life.” Bibi Smit’s love for detail and for her technique is evident in the control she exerts over all processes, both in the hot and the cold phases of the work. Her work is held in private and public collections, including the National Museums of Scotland (UK), and National Glass Museum Leerdam (NL).

Represented by

  • Netherlands
      • De Kliuw

        Gallery/Shop
        de kliuw
        AddressKreyl 28
        5591 Heeze
        Netherlands
        Phone+31 40 224 05 70
        Emailinfo@dekliuw.nl
        Website
      • Studio Bibi Smit

        Gallery/Shop
        Studio-Bibi-Smit
        AddressLoosdrecht
        The Netherlands
        Phone+31 623142184
        Emailinfo@bibismit.nl
        TimesWorkshop and gallery, visits on request
        Website

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