Jill Gibson is an artist who has expressed her images through various media throughout her career including music, painting, sculpture, photography, and jewelry. Her focus on nature and the feminine is reflected in her work.
Her concrete sculptures form an original, contemporary line using cast stone and include wall plaques, planters, tabletop sculptures and candles.
Her jewelry, an extension of her concrete sculptures, is made primarily by sculpting with metal clay, and often incorporates semi precious stones.
Her paintings have been shown in galleries in America, throughout Europe, and are a part of many private collections.
Her photographs of musicians and pop stars from the Monterey International Pop Festival of 1967, including Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, continue to be widely published.
If you are interested in learning more about the artist, please refer to the Bio or contact Jill.