Thibo works with a variety of mediums to investigate the concepts that occupy him. He’s more interested in communication then committing himself to a single discipline. Ideas present themselves in a variety of vessels, Thibo is open to materializing them in whatever form they require. His studio houses a number of experimental constructions and unusual building materials. His sculptures are primarily found-object collages that tend to be full of contrasting associations. Meanwhile, his paintings contain the same thoughtful ironies. They look like tiny versions of the epic Hudson River School paintings of the Sublime and Romanticist movements. And like the found objects, his small paintings when paired make their own unusual connections and associations.