By Katy Niner
Pamela Gibson’s wide-angle lens on natural life translates into a body of work at once intimate and resonant. By her hand, the cadence of time translates into layered marks as intricate as the phenomenon she acutely observes outside: the ephemeral encounters, the changing flora, the beautiful decay, the variable pacing of time, time’s imprint on memory and manifestation in organic matter. These are all affects present in her paintings. Working in a spectrum of sizes—from small squares to ambitious boards—she explores the breadth of time through the depth of materiality. To read the full article, please click here.
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