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 […]
Articles and recognition featuring Pamela Gibson and her artwork.
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 […]