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 cadence of nuanced transformations until a sudden eruption when winter officially becomes spring or fall chases the last moments of summer.
“When I look at the landscape it’s a metaphor for our own lives and the life cycle in general,” Gibson said. “That has always intrigued me. If we’re lucky we get to watch the seasons change maybe 80 times in our lives. And one of the wonderful things about this valley is watching that change.”
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