Eirik Johnson Related News

Newsletter: December 2021 News

December 9, 2021
Artist news and exhibits + new inventory by gallery artists. Click to read and subscribe to G. Gibson Projects newsletter.

IMOGEN CUNNINGHAM – Crosscut

November 19, 2021
How Seattle’s Imogen Cunningham changed photography forever - Ahead of a major retrospective at Seattle Art Museum, six Northwest artists reflect on the photographer’s legacy and local influence. Click to read the full article, including reflections from Gail Gibson, Eirik Johnson and Daniel Carrillo.
Eirik Johnson, (L) Below the Glines Canyon Dam on the upper Elwha River, Washington, 2008, (R) Glines Canyon, Upper Elwha River, Washington, 2018, Archival pigment prints, 50 x 40 inches, edition of 5

Newsletter: November Artist & Exhibition News

November 4, 2021
Artist news and upcoming exhibits + new inventory by gallery artists. Click to read and subscribe to G. Gibson Projects newsletter.

Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair

August 5, 2021
This month, we are participating in the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair with an online exhibit of a selection of works.
Julie Blackmon, River, 2020, archival pigment print, 26 x 33.5", edition of 7, price on request

Newsletter: G. Gibson Projects – 30th Anniversary

August 5, 2021
G. Gibson Projects/Gallery celebrates 30 years of business! Click to read and subscribe to G. Gibson Projects newsletter.
Amanda Knowles, West Seattle Bridge I-III, 2021, screenprint, acrylic, and graphite, 30 x 108 inches (3 @ 30 x 36 inches each), $7500.

Newsletter: G. Gibson Projects – June 2021

June 10, 2021
New Works and Artist News from G. Gibson Projects. Click to read and subscribe to G. Gibson Projects newsletter.

Newsletter: G. Gibson Projects – With Gratitude

November 19, 2020
Thank you for your patronage in 2020 - We wish everyone a peaceful holiday season. Click to read and subscribe to G. Gibson Projects newsletter.
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.