Chrysler Museum of Art
Paintings by Charles Sibley
Music, c. 1970, oil on canvas, Collection of Marc and Connie Jacobson.
Through September 12, 1999 the Chrysler Museum of Art's Waitzer Community Gallery will host a group of paintings by Charles Sibley from the collection of Marc and Connie Jacobson. One of Hampton Roads' most renowned and accomplished artists, Sibley has achieved widespread fame for his powerful landscape and figurative works. The Jacobsons' collection, amassed over many years, offers a fascinating survey of his art.
A revered teacher, Sibley arrived in Norfolk in the mid-1950s
and was soon employed by Old Dominion University to build its fine arts
program. He taught there for years, retiring in 1989 with the rank of professor
emeritus. It is fitting that the Chrysler's Waitzer Community Gallery should
feature the works of an artist who has given so much to the cultural life
of Hampton Roads. It is equally fitting that the works should reflect the
collecting passion of the Jacobsons, whose generosity has significantly
enriched the community of Norfolk.
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