I have always loved drawing, painting and making things since I could wrap my hands around a crayon, but I think that my real “Aha” moment came when I was … Continue reading
Growing up in Arizona, I was influenced by many types of art. I drew inspiration from the art in our home, as well as Native American art, Art In … Continue reading
I was always drawing when I was younger, ever since I can remember. I especially loved drawing horses as a child. Now I am a painter, focusing on the medium … Continue reading
My parents gave me a camera when I was 14, and I was immediately hooked. I loved the way the camera could select and isolate a particular moment and place. I got the feeling that this might allow me to express something personal.
A few weeks ago we celebrated the life of Vicki Behm, our beloved artist-colleague at the gallery, who passed away in February.
Nancy Lunsford speaks with Karen Gibbons about her show “Luminous Paradox” at 440 Gallery March 22 – April 22, 2018. Artist Karen Gibbons
My “Family Album Series” is about trying to capture that fleeting sense of familial connections through the time-bound things that many families collect to spur those memories– snapshots, old linens, and sometimes buttons and other sewing notions.
Installing a show at 440: Karen Gibbons, Fred Bendheim, Ellen Chuse and Gail Flanery install Fred Bendheim’s solo show and Vicki Behm and Gibbons in the Project Space. Here is … Continue reading
by Amy Weil When I was in art school, I was aware of only a couple of artists who were working with encaustic paint and I dismissed the medium as … Continue reading