Hibbert was born in Cape Town. She obtained a BA (Fine Arts) in 1990 from the University of the Witwatersrand. She currently lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.
She produced Aloes I & II Bitter sweet series in 1999 when her father passed away.
“These aloes grew in my father’s garden. I produced these works during a period of processing this loss and of exploring my relationship to and with my father. The aloes’ elongated forms suggested the narrow format for the drawings and make the personification of the plants easy as they suggest the dimensions of a human. I was interested in exploring the ‘character’ of the aloes, their ‘personalities’ and the way they carried their history around with them in old gnarled leaves and twisted injured stems.”
|Wayne Cahill Barker||Gerhard Harald Batha||Walter Whall Battiss||Deborah Margaret Bell||Bongi Bengu||Willie Bester|
|Peter John Bonney||Willem Hendrik Adriaan Boshoff||Mbongeni Richman Buthelezi||Norman Catherine||Erika Hibbert||Phillemon Hlungwani|
|Robert Griffiths Hodgins||William Kentridge||John Kramer||Speelman Mahlangu||Colbert Mashile||Clare Menck|
|John Mark Moore||Zwelethu Mthethwa and Sam Nhlengethwa||Olbie Olberholzer||Walter Oltmann||Milwa Mnyaluza George Pemba||Uwe Pfaff|