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Find a show, art opening or seminar with Artist R.L. Gibson!

Find a show, art opening or seminar with Artist R.L. Gibson!

  • Mon
    02
    Apr
    2018
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    May
    2018

    “Foot Traffic” by R.L. Gibson

    12 Market Square, Knoxville, TN 37902

    Foot Traffic, featuring new xerography work by Artist R.L. Gibson, opens at Tomato Head in Knoxville on April 2 and runs through May 6th.

     

    "Foot Traffic", featuring new xerography work by Artist R.L. Gibson, opens at The Tomato Head in Knoxville on April 2 and runs through May 6th.  The Tomato Head is located at 12 Market Square, Knoxville, TN.

    "For the past few months, I have been working on a "Traffic" series which consists of delicate xerography transfers on pigment-stained wood, including transfers of maps, surveys, blueprints and schematics of civil engineering projects that span a wide range of built environments (e.g. streets, bridges, parks & plazas).  The pigment stains are chosen to connect the transfers to their literal locations while the quiet over-painting echoes the universal details of those environments. 

    "Foot Traffic" is an extension of the Traffic series that concentrates on physical footsteps as opposed to driving patterns that underlie the patterns of common human behavior.   Think of it as"Cha, Cha, Cha" instead of "Honk, Honk".

  • Mon
    07
    May
    2018
    Sun
    03
    Jun
    2018

    “Foot Traffic” by R.L. Gibson

    7240 Kingston Pike #172, Knoxville, TN 37919

    Foot Traffic, featuring new xerography work by Artist R.L. Gibson, opens at Tomato Head WEST in Knoxville on May 7th and runs through June 3rd.

     

    "Foot Traffic" (continued), featuring new xerography work by Artist R.L. Gibson, continues at The Tomato Head WEST in Knoxville on May 7 and runs through June 3rd.  The Tomato Head WEST is located at 7240 Kingston Pike #172, Knoxville, TN.

    "For the past few months, I have been working on a "Traffic" series which consists of delicate xerography transfers on pigment-stained wood, including transfers of maps, surveys, blueprints and schematics of civil engineering projects that span a wide range of built environments (e.g. streets, bridges, parks & plazas).  The pigment stains are chosen to connect the transfers to their literal locations while the quiet over-painting echoes the universal details of those environments. 

    "Foot Traffic" is an extension of the Traffic series that concentrates on physical footsteps as opposed to driving patterns that underlie the patterns of common human behavior.   Think of it as"Cha, Cha, Cha" instead of "Honk, Honk".

  • Tue
    19
    Jun
    2018

    “Building Your Creative Resume” by R.L. Gibson

    5:30pm

    Arts & Culture Alliance, 100 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, TN

     

    Building your Resume with R.L. Gibson

    Is your creative resume getting you where you want to go?  How do you choose which shows to pursue? Are online galleries worth your time?  As a working artist, R.L. Gibson (Rachel) offers two decades of experience as a juror, gallerist & arts administrator in addition to her current position as the Editor of Art&ArtDeadlines.com. Join us to learn how to choose a strategy & build the resume you need to get where you want to go.  This 45 minute seminar will be followed by a Q&A session.

    Arts & Culture Alliance of Knoxville is located at 100 S Gay Street in downtown Knoxville, TN.  To reserve your spot, call (865) 523-7543 or email sc@knoxalliance.com.

    $5 (members) & $8 (non-members)

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  • Sun
    02
    Dec
    2018
    Sat
    08
    Dec
    2018

    #treatamericaproject (WV)

    http://instagram.com/treatamericaproject

    Learn more about R.L. Gibson's takeover of the @TreatAmericaProject Instagram!Artist R.L. Gibson will "takeover" treat gallery's "@treatamericaproject" Instagram handle for 7 days, December 2-8, 2018, taking one photograph of West Virginia, using only her cell phone, once a day. (7 images total)   In late 2018, when the takeover is finished, jurors will select one image from each of the 50 artists' takeovers and create an exhibition of 50 photos, available for sale, at $50 each, (in an edition of 5) in an exhibition in New York City in early 2019. $25 of each sale will benefit the charity or nonprofit designated by the applicant.  Gibson chose the Tamarack Foundation for the Arts as her non-profit.

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