Batik Artist, Tibby Llewellyn has been working in batik since 1972. Self-taught in the batik process, she has studied art for many years. She has a degree in mathematics from Duke University and feels that the logic and precision of math play a very important part in creating batik. Her batiks are presented both as fine art in frames and as wearable art - silk scarves and wraps - each an original signed by the artist.
Tibby has won a number of several awards during the years she has been showing professionally and has been honored in one-artist shows at the Abbas Gallery, south of Baltimore, Maryland, at the Towson West Gallery in Towson, Maryland and at Gallery 209 in Savannah. She was the featured artist in an invitational show at the Haiti, Etc. Gallery in Washington, D.C. Her work is represented in many private collections in the United States and Europe.