Sibylle Peretti received her MFA in Sculpture and Painting 1993 at the Academy for Fine Arts Cologne, Germany. In 1992 a Residency at the CGCA Wheaton Arts, New Jersey brought her the first time to the US. In 1996 she decides to move to New Orleans and considers the city as her home base. Together with her husband and artist Stephen Paul Day she founds the Art Group “Club S&S” in 1994. Their collaborative shows and installations were shown at the CAC New Orleans, Freies Museum Berlin Germany , The Shaw Center of the Arts, Baton Rouge, The John Michael’s Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI and many other Galleries and institutions worldwide. Sibylle received Grants from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, The Jackson Pollock Foundation and many Residencies including the Art and Industry Residency at the Kohler Factory, multiples Residencies at the CGCA at Wheaton Arts, NJ and a Studio Residency at Louisiana Art Works, New Orleans. Her work can be seen in many public collections like the Speed Museum, Louisville, KY, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal Canada, MAK Frankfurt, Germany, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Corning Museum of Glass and many more.
Artist Sibylle Peretti Utilizes Glass to Tell The Story of Feral Children