Pat Gibson is an artist, art educator and former Curator of Exhibitions at the Ingersoll Creative Arts Centre. She is co-founder/ co-curator of Oxford County Art Project: Art in Public Spaces. Gibson has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Ontario. Her work is in public and private collections throughout Canada and the USA.
Pat lives and works at her home studio in Woodstock, Ontario. She loves mixed media and has experimented on paper, wood, canvas, photography, glass, and mylar with many materials. Layers and transparencies captivate her.
“My drawings and paintings continue to evolve from the multiple layers of marks, scribbles and rubbings that celebrate and mirror my connection with the mysteries of nature and the nature of my various art materials.”
An invisible breath moves my world. Outside my studio
window the clouds move across the sky, my garden
dances to a mysterious rhythm, the water surface on the
bird bath ripples, the plants and trees reach for the sun.
This series, created with oil stick scribbles like a gesture
drawing, captures fleeting impressions of my continuing
fascination with mystery, movement, energy, and light.
Cloud Gesture, oil on mylar board, 30x40"
Sunset Quiver, oil on mylar board, 30x30"
Orchard Blooming, oil on mylar board, 30x30" (float framed)
Orchard #1, oil on mylar board, 16x20" (float framed)
Orchard #2, oil on mylar board, 16x20" (float framed)