Christopher Thibault is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist who was born and raised in the Merrimack Valley. Christopher’s passion for art began as a musician and lyricist in the early 2000s, where he traveled across the country performing and writing songs that later influenced his visual representations and colorful abstract landscapes from memory.
As a multidisciplinary artist, Christopher appropriates every form through his work, marrying text and image, abstraction and figuration, historical information, and contemporary critique. He explores the dichotomies of the 21st century, creating a personal mythology of nostalgic motifs.
Christopher’s work is a testament to his unique perspective and ability to convey complex emotions through his art. His work often represents a convergence of the personal and political, as he explores themes of identity, history, and memory. His use of color and abstraction creates a vivid and immersive experience for the viewer, drawing them into his personal mythology and exploring the nuances of contemporary life.
As Christopher explains, “I strive to create a personal mythology that evokes a sense of nostalgia and timelessness. My work is a convergence of the personal and political, exploring themes of identity, history, and memory. I appropriate every form through my work, marrying text and image, abstraction and figuration, historical information, and contemporary critique. Through my art, I hope to engage viewers in a conversation about the complexities of our contemporary world.”
Christopher’s unique approach to art and his ability to convey complex emotions through his work have won him numerous admirers in the art world.