Rachel GibsonArtist, Film-maker, Writer, Lecturer / academic
Rachel Gibson's work reflects an intuitive involvement with imagery and ideas that are central to the notion of memory, sense of place and personal experience. Using references from the natural world, she explores in drawing, painting and bookworks the idea of an uncertain stability and the progression through time from one state of being to another.
|Location||Carlisle, North West|
|Activities||Practice-based research, Creative writing|
|Artforms / type of project||Animation, Book Works, Drawing, Painting, Text|
|Tags||nature, sense of place, memory, drawing, nest, ancient places, landscape, mystery, poem, fragile|
News & Events
New Light Open
17/10/2015 – 07/02/2016
The Bowes Museum, County Durham
'Winter drawing : Diptych' has been shortlisted for the prestigious New Light open touring exhibition highlighting the work of selected artists from the north.