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Mark Gibson / Danita Delimont Wall Art

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Madrone Tree Bark Abstract pattern Fine-Art Print
Madrone Tree Bark Abstract pattern
24" x 35"
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Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
Blue and Pink Neon Lighting with Nightzoom Fine-Art Print
Blue and Pink Neon Lighting with Nightzoom
24" x 35"
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Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
Dahlia flower, Butchart Gardens, British Columbia Fine-Art Print
Dahlia flower, Butchart Gardens, British Columbia
18" x 26"
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Price: $70.99
Sale: $35.49
Aerial Night View of Chicago, Illinois, USA Fine-Art Print
Aerial Night View of Chicago, Illinois, USA
23" x 35"
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Price: $83.99
Sale: $41.99
Red and Blue Neon Lighting with Nightzoom Fine-Art Print
Red and Blue Neon Lighting with Nightzoom
24" x 35"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park Mobile Alabama Fine-Art Print
USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park Mobile Alabama
12" x 18"
+ Multiple Sizes
 
Price: $40.99
Sale: $20.49
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Mark Gibson was born in Helena and raised in Missoula. He’s a native of Montanan. Gibson received his first set of oils when he was only 12 years old. This was given to him by his mother. On a scholarship, he attended Montana State University where he studied architecture. Gibson also attended classes on figure drawing, after which he again studied watercolor with Foley Hazel for many years until in 1998 when he switched to oil painting. His studies in architecture, on the path of his work, have had a direct influence on his technique of art production. His tents are themselves an architectural form. Gibson is able to critically analyze his own paintings from the perspective of an architect. He focuses on creating a strong sense of composition having a horizon line and harmonious prospective.

His comprehensive study of watercolor has influenced directly the way he handles oil paint. He says that the more glazes that he adds to each composition, the more realistic and dynamic the outcome. Gibson spends much energy on each individual piece of art, carefully building up washes that are transparent until he achieves the compelling, rich tones he desires. The artist is a strong believer in learning from other artists' work and in peer critiques. He lives and works in Missoula, near the lively art community, and this has contributed to the ongoing conversation that he enjoys with other painters such as Brian Schweine and Brent Cotton. Gibson pushes himself to focus on masterful composition and purity of color.
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