Pamela Gibson has been exploring the Western landscape through her art for more than 30 years. She holds a BFA from Oregon College of Art and Craft. Her work has been featured in numerous solo and group shows in Wyoming, Oregon, Colorado and Washington. She has completed public commissions, including signature pieces for the Oregon Health and Science University’s Center for Women’s Health and the St. John’s Medical Center in Jackson Hole. Her work hangs in many private collections in the Western United States.
“Gibson’s finished work is fully abstract… While you wouldn’t know if a painting of Gibson’s was from her front yard or the National Elk Refuge, it doesn’t matter. She seeks to extract mood and feeling in viewers and create emotion. She succeeds.” *
Pamela is based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Her work can be seen in 22 Home in Jackson Hole and Visions West Contemporary in Livingston.
* Jackson Hole Magazine, Winter 2016, by Jeanette Boner