Liba Labik (Liba) is a semi-abstract artist who works with varieties of media and sizes. She was born in the Czech Republic and now lives in Calgary, Alberta. Liba has been creating art since her early childhood and she continued exploring ideas visually aside from her environmental studies in Prague and aside from her career as an environmentalist for National Park Podyji. Liba studied at the Alberta College of Art & Design in Calgary (BFA Painting Major) from 1998-2002. Since the graduation she creates and teaches visual art full time.
Liba’s art work is focused on the connections and interactions between humanity and nature. Her latest work explores the mysterious world of time and its impact on nature and human world. By consistently experimenting with a variety of materials and media, she captures nature and our connections to it as it changes in time.
Liba keeps building her career as a commissioned portrait and semi-abstract artist. Her artworks reside in many private and corporate collections in North America and the Czech Republic.
Liba is a member of the International Encaustic Artists, a full member of the Alberta Society of Artists, an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, member of Leighton Art Centre Gallery & Museum in Calgary, member of Okotoks Art Gallery, member of Harcourt House Artist Run Centre in Edmonton, and a member of Visual Arts Alberta Association & Canadian Artists Representation.