BLUE DIVA
“This is my interpretation of an elegant Black female performer”

Charles Bibbs technique and style can be distinguished from most artists, by the way in which he combines layers of acrylic paints and inks to obtain rich undertones of line textures. In his effort to support the arts and other artists, including young and emerging artists, Bibbs has given lectures and conducted workshops all over the United States and a few abroad, including an online Skype artist talk he presented to the Society of Nigerian Artists of Nigeria, Lagos in 2014.

TribeLA Magazine: Give yourself and your work a Tagline and tell us why.
Charles Bibbs: My goal as an artist is to make profound artistic statements that are ethnically rooted and  arouse spiritual emotions in the viewers.

TLA Magazine: How do you spend your time off?
Charles Bibbs: I like to get my hands dirty.  Working in the yard brings me a peace of mind. In some cases I will do this prior to settling down to create. My wife and I like to go to unique places to eat or to socialize with friends and relatives.

TLA Magazine: How do you hope to affect your audience?
Charles Bibbs: I want to tell stories with my art that mirrors the African American experience in a way that is uniquely mine.

The digits you might like to know: www.cbibbs.comwww.bibbsart.com, www.bibbsdesign.com.

Charles Bibbs talks about success and fame with Jewel Diamond Taylor in this podcast vignette…


Jewel Diamond Taylor is a native of Washington, DC but raised in Compton. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother. She is also an international voice of empowerment born to teach possibility thinking. This popular conference speaker’s resiliency story and years of experience empowers audiences and coaching clients to grow beyond feeling stuck, unworthy, fear, doubt and stress from life changes. Jewel (aka The Self-esteem Dr.) teaches impactful insights and actionable steps to empower you to experience confidence, clarity, progress, emotional wellness, success, spiritual strength, connection, and a life of purpose. To find out more about author and speaker Jewel Diamond Taylor, visit http://jeweldiamondtaylor.com.


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