Pamela Gibson partially attributes her transition from weaving wool tapestries to painting abstract landscapes to her move to Jackson from Portland, Oregon, 10 years ago.
“I was happily weaving along, but it was the light here that really changed that,” Gibson said. The wool was absorbing the light, she said. “In order to capture the light through my work, I needed a more reflective surface.”
For the last decade Gibson has been painting the light she sees from her studio window in Jackson.
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