“A bridal portrait is a christening…Her gentle answer.”
THE BIBI ATELIER BELIEF
It is a symbol of a modern bride’s fervor for her and her partner’s well-being.
Its visual presence will prompt her partner to remain adept in their role as provider, nurturer, protector and life guide. Their partner will be entranced by her physical beauty at each glance and softened inside as they remember the declaration of commitment made to them.
When placed in the home, it will emit a subtle waft to roam about their abode, a waft which holds the bride’s well intentions for their union.
Here at BIBI ATEILIER we coin the creation of this relic as RANGI YA IBADA or “paint ritual”.
It is a bride’s aesthetic seal for her role as new wife.
- BIBI ATELIER
Bibi Atelier was birthed by an artist with a desire to imbue the woman soon to wed with the luxury, legacy and essence of a painting made just for her.
Throughout history, women of royalty were mostly captured in this tradition. BB Atelier is the answer for today’s modern women.
Similar to the institution of marriage, Swahili is one the world’s oldest languages and is an amalgam of two different cultures coming together to form one unique story.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Farrah Lynch is the chief executive artist behind BIBI ATELIER, a special service of parent company, A REBEL EYE ART STUDIO. (www.arebeleyeart.com)She is an exhibiting and award winning Houston artist with 20 years of artistic experience, and has a solid history of creating dynamic portraits since her youth. Primarily self-taught, Farrah uses her raw skill, talent and passion for art and extends it to those she feels are worthy of immortality. She is influenced by classical figurative and portraiture work of the masters. Her paintings are a combination of this and her inherent love of expressionist abstraction.