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David H. Gibson's Luminous Landscapes

photo-eye Gallery David H. Gibson's Luminous Landscapes PHOTO-EYE GALLERY This winter, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art will host an exhibition of photographs by represented artist David H. Gibson, check-in to see a preview!

David H. Gibson, Morning Along Cypress Creek, February 2, 2013, 7:28 AM, Wimberley, Texas, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 25, 16x24", $900 

David H. Gibson's introduction to the photographic process occurred when he was a child, his father, an experienced printer for a commercial photographer had set up a temporary dark room in their kitchen. When Gibson saw a print develop for the first time, it was a magical experience. It is not surprising to learn that when he saw Ansel Adams' photographs in the 1965 exhibition catalog for The Family of Man, he was inspired to "learn how to make an expressive print."

This week, photo-eye Gallery is pleased to share new work by David H. Gibson, and announce that the exhibition Morning Light: The Photographs of David H. Gibson will be on view from January 14– May 21, 2023, at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, in Fort Worth, Texas. The exhibition includes photographs of his favorite sites: Cypress Creek in Wimberely, Texas, and Eagle Nest Lake, an alpine lake east of Taos, New Mexico.

Gibson's luminous landscapes demonstrate a remarkable sensitivity to light and mood. His images invite the viewer to share a reverence for place and light, just last he prints themselves reflect his devotion to the art of printmaking.  

>> Time, Light, and Land: An Interview with David H. Gibson | Blog <<

David H. Gibson, Sunrise Moments, August 31, 2021, 6:44:36 a.m., Eagle Nest Lake, New Mexico, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 25, 11.625x40", $1,200

"Here the morning mists radically change the sense of place and create their own magic. The unpredictability of sunrise events at Eagle Nest Lake keeps drawing me back." 
— David H. Gibson

>> David H. Gibson on Photographing Eagle Nest Lake | Blog <<

David H. Gibson, Morning Along Cypress Creek, January 20, 2010, 7:50AM, Wimberly Texas, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 25, 16x24", $900

Years of developing and refining his photographic technique have afforded David Gibson much recognition, especially for his panoramic landscapes of Texas and the Four Corners region. Gibson has also photographed extensively in Ireland, a project for which he received a grant from the Ballinglen Arts Foundation in 1995. He has exhibited widely in both group and solo exhibitions, and his work is part of several permanent public and corporate collections such as the Amon Carter Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Prints are currently available for purchase from photo-eye Gallery.
photo-eye Gallery is proud to represent David H. Gibson.

Print costs are current up to the time of posting and are subject to change.

For more information, and to reserve one of these unique, new works, please contact photo-eye 
Gallery Director Anne Kelly or Gallery Associate Jovi Esquivel.

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