Projects + News

Amanda Knowles, City View, 2020, screen print, graphite, acrylic on paper, 15 x 22 inches, $1200.

AMANDA KNOWLES – Abstract Painting Mid-Century + Today

August 29, 2020
This week, G. Gibson Projects artist Amanda Knowles was among the panelists in the session titled: Abstract Painting Mid-Century + Today. In response to the cancellation of their 2020 event, the Seattle Art Fair presented by AIG and sponsored by Christie's, has developed a series of webinars geared towards the support and development of local collectors.
Thuy-Van Vu, Classroom (Former P.S), 2014 oil on canvas, 42 x 46 inches, $4,500.

THUY-VAN VU – Catapult Magazine

August 19, 2020
Thuy-Van Vu is featured in an intimately voiced magazine article by Sara Schaff for Catapult Magazine. Click through for a link to the article.
Amanda Knowles, Built Environment, 2020, screen print, graphite, acrylic on paper, 31 x 34.5 inches, $2500.

AMANDA KNOWLES – Interview + 2020 Summer Exhibits

August 19, 2020
Works by Amanda Knowles are exhibiting this summer at Davidson Galleries - Contemporary NW Print Invitational - presented by Seattle Print Arts, and The Garage. Click through to access an Artist Interview hosted by Seattle Print Arts with Amanda Knowles, Kelda Martensen, and Claire Jauregui.
Gala Bent, Matter-Anti-Matter, 2020, graphite, gouache and acrylic on Arches paper 22 x 30 inches, framed, $2600.

GALA BENT – At the Edge of the Sky

July 20, 2020
G. Gibson Projects is very happy to present new work by Gala Bent as a featured online exhibit and a pop-up exhibit hosted by Foster/White Gallery from Aug 6 – 22.
Marion Post Wolcott, Migrants playing checkers (with bottle caps), on a juke joint porch after a “freeze-out” of vegetable crops. Near Okeechobee, Florida, 1939, gelatin silver print, 11 x 14 inches, signed by artist, $3000.

Americans Working Together – Works by MARION POST WOLCOTT

June 1, 2020
June 1, 2020: Together with the family of FSA photographer MARION POST WOLCOTT we compiled a selection of photographs. A percentage of each sale from this grouping will be donated to the NAACP or the Black Lives Matter organization.
Julie Blackmon, Fixer Upper, 2018, 26.5×34″, 35.75×47.25″, 44×60″, edition of 10, 7, 5, price on request

By Appointment

June 1, 2020
G. Gibson Projects is normally open by appointment, however this year we are primarily working via online through email, Instagram and by phone 206-587-4033.  We are able to ship artwork purchases - out of state & out of country.  We also make local deliveries to client's homes in the Seattle area, taking care to do this in a responsible manner.  The viewing room will reopen later this year & August 1, 2021 marks our 30th year in business.
Michael Kenna, Spring Poplar Trees, Pavia, Italy, 2019


May 26, 2020
This month we feature an online selection of recent and earlier photographs by Michael Kenna.  We join the artist in June 2020 to support the current food insecurities in local communities.  Up to 20% of each sale of a Michael Kenna photograph in this exhibit will be donated to Northwest Harvest, a local food bank.  Please inquire for current pricing.
Eirik Johnson, The road to Forks, Washington, 2006

EIRIK JOHNSON – Indie Folk: New Art from the Pacific Northwest

May 13, 2020
Photographs from Eirik Johnson's series Sawdust Mountain are included in the online exhibit Indie Folk: New Art from the Pacific Northwest guest-curated by Melissa Feldman for Adams and Ollman. The exhibit runs May 8 - June 13, 2020.