Articles and recognition featuring Pamela Gibson and her artwork.
It seems like everything in life moves quickly, Gibson said. Creating the works in this show allowed her to slow down and investigate the idea of time and its impacts. By Kelsey Dayton, Jackson Hole News & Guide May 17, 2017 Pamela Gibson watches days pass and seasons change in the landscape. It’s an uneven […]
In a new solo show, Pamela Gibson muses on the passage of time. By Meg Daly, Planet Jackson Hole May 17, 2017 JACKSON HOLE, WY –“Everything I do is landscape,” said painter Pamela Gibson. The artist’s abstract encaustic paintings may not always be instantly recognizable as landscapes, but that’s the beauty and mystery of the […]
In the media: A New Sense of Place, Contemporary Western landscape is not an oxymoron, by Jeannette Boner, February 23rd, 2016, Jackson Hole Magazine. PORTLAND TRANSPLANT PAMELA Gibson always starts a painting by studying a photograph she has taken in the landscape. She then begins sketching. “In the underpainting there is a realistic sketch as […]
In the media: Wyoming Inspired Hues, For Pamela Gibson, different environs ushered her work into a new sphere, by Kelsey Dayton on June 3rd, 2015, Planet Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A lot of things changed for Pamela Gibson when she moved to Jackson from Portland, Ore., about six years ago. Gibson was a tapestry weaver […]
In the media: CREATIVE PEAKS: Time and spaces By Kelsey Dayton on September 1, 2015, Planet Jackson Hole. While creating her new body of work, Gibson thought a lot about time. She thought about time in various contexts, like the changing of the seasons, or the changing of light during the day. “Time is always a […]