Thanks for stopping by.
My name is Chip Ghigna.
I’m a painter working in oils and acrylics
with a B.A. in Studio Art from Auburn University.

My paintings appear in galleries & private collections in the U.S. and France.
I appreciate your taking time to look through my images.

For more information, please email or call
All images & content are copyright © Chip Ghigna.
All rights reserved.

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~  Trees of Ascension  ~
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~  City Scapes  ~

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~  Earth Angels  ~

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~  Abstract & Surreal  ~

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~  Faces  ~

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~  Infinitrees  ~

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~  Row Trees  ~

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~  Forest Trees  ~

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~  Gangsters  ~

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~  Icons  ~


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~  Commissions  ~

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~  Ink Drawings & Graphics  ~

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~  Art Shows  ~

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~  France  ~

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“It is Art because it is alive. It proves that, if you and I are to create at all, we must create with today and let all the Art schools and Medicis in the universe go hang themselves with yesterday’s rope. It teaches us that we have made a profound error in trying to learn Art, since whatever Art stands for is whatever cannot be learned. Indeed, the Artist is no other than he who unlearns what he has learned, in order to know himself, and the agony of the Artist, far from being the result of the world’s failure to discover and appreciate him, arises from his own personal struggle to discover, to appreciate and finally to express himself. Look into yourself, Reader, for you must find Art there, if at all.” 



--E. E. Cummings