Win Zibeon was born in Brooklyn, NY and was one of the first men to attend Hunter College at a time when major New York artists were teaching there. He worked through an abstract phase right through to his present day trompe l’oeil style. He lived in downtown Manhattan for a number of years before moving to his present studio which is a barn in Rockland County, New York. He has won many prizes and is included in collections both in the US and overseas.
Recent group exhibitions include “Current Hues of the Hudson” at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel, NY; “Between Realities” at the Peter Marcelle Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY; “Saints & Sinners” at BAU Gallery, Beacon, NY; “Artists Untamed” at CAS, Livingston Manor, NY; “Trompe L'Oeil, A Major Show” at Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Lexington, MA; “Winners' Show” at East End Arts, Riverhead, NY; “Reality Check” at View Arts, Old Forge, NY; “26th Annual Small Works” at The Mikhail Zakin Gallery, Demarest, NJ; “Light and Shadow” at The Edward Hopper House Nyack, NY; “Survey of Regional Artists” Gallery 66, Cold Spring, NY; “Far & Wide” at WAAM, Woodstock, NY; “Human Impact” at the CCCA Gallery, Hudson, NY; “2016 Peto Biennal” at the John F. Peto Museum in Island Heights, NJ; a 2016 solo exhibition “Anti-Landscapes-24 Paintings by Win Zibeon” at the Waltuch Gallery, Tenafly, NJ; “Selfie” at the Schelfhaudt Gallery, Bridgeport, CT and “A Call To Action” at Anna Kustera Projects, Red Hook, Brooklyn.