Hib Sabin

RSVP to Hib Sabin’s Upcoming Artist Talk!

Join us for a sneak preview celebration of Hib Sabin’s upcoming solo exhibit, Ships That Pass in the Night. Wednesday, July 6th Hib Sabin will be in attendance and will give an Artist Talk about the works in the exhibit. Doors will open at 6 pm. Hib will speak at 7 pm. Refreshments will be served. […]

Hib Sabin’s “The Long Game” Opens This Week – Don’t Miss the Artist Walkthrough on Opening Night

The staff is busy installing our July exhibition, Hib Sabin’s “The Long Game”. The exhibit will open at 6pm on Thursday, July 6th, and we are excited to have the artist at the gallery for the celebration. Hib Sabin will give an informal exhibition tour at 7pm, free to attend. Along with opening the exhibit […]

Behind the Scenes: Catalog Production of Hib Sabin’s “The Long Game”

Details, details… We’re in the editing phase of production on Hib Sabin’s new exhibition catalog. The catalog–in both print and digital forms–will debut alongside his solo exhibition, “The Long Game” this July. All photography was shot in-house by our fabulous freelancer Ashley Genevieve, and the introductory essay is by our writer and designer, Sarra Scherb. […]

Southwest Art Magazine Feature on Hib Sabin Out This Month

“The animals are stand-ins for humans,” Sabin explains. “The boats and canoes carry humans between the spirit and human worlds as well as through the different periods in their lifetimes. You have to die in the old period to move on to the new.” Indeed, universal themes of transformation and journeying are common in his artworks, including the transitional moments between life and the […]

Hib Sabin – Mask Commission

Hib Sabin was commissioned by a private collector to create a forest of creatures in his signature juniper wood. Masks are juniper and pigments on custom iron stands.

Lecture: Hib Sabin

December 4th, 2010 Hib Sabin: Exhibit Talk Saturday, 2 pm Hib Sabin’s December exhibition, The Storyteller, will be a tribute to the rich history of storytelling among all peoples, primarily of the Pacific Northwest Coast cultures. Sabin will discuss the significance of storytelling and share his favorite tales in his animated and eloquent way.