Welcome to Savage Arts, the drawings and illustrations of abstract pencil artist Kip Hubbard. Below you can explore a wide variety of art pieces, both graphite and colored pencil, created over the last nine years, or make online purchases.
Kip Hubbard was born in Danbury, Connecticut in 1956. His family moved east to Old Lyme a year later. Though Kip did not begin his drawing career until his mid-50's, his creative influences were many. His sister, Jane Jennings, is a successful and multidimensional fine artist whose work has been shown extensively on the East Coast for decades. Kip's father, John Hubbard, was a talented landscape artist, though he never showed his work publicly. And Kip's paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Hubbard, was a talented watercolorist. In addition, as a boy Kip was greatly influenced by the Old Lyme arts community, one of the most influential arts enclaves in the first two decades of the 20th Century. That great arts tradition continues even today at the Florence Griswold House and the Lyme Art Association.
18" x 24", Prismacolor Premier colored pencil and ink on 46-lb archival paper. 2020.
12" x 18", Prismacolor Premier colored pencil
on copy paper. 2019.
All the images in this gallery and more are available in a variety of sizes and finishes. Click on the Art Store button below to browse all the available images. If you are interested in purchasing a t-shirt with a Savage Arts design on it, click on the T-shirt below to be taken to the T-shirt Store where you can browse four three designs in a wide variety of sizes and colors.
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DUST TO DUST
18" x 24", Prismacolor Premier colored pencil and ink on 46 lb. archival paper. 2019.
11" x 14", Graphite on
Strathmore drawing pad.
17" x 22", Prismacolor Premier colored pencil
and ink on 46 lb. acid free paper. 2018.
Out of the Ether, 24" x 36", Prismacolor Premier colored pencil and ink on watercolor paper. 2016.
Boulder, CO, USA