I invite you to visit my Etsy Shop, have a look around and become an admirer by clicking on the "Favorite Shop" button. If you do, email me your address at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you a surprise in the mail! This collection of original paintings combines my appreciation of our National Parks and natural places, and the increasing need to protect them. Each sale will benefit our National Parks. These are different from my still life and interior works on canvas that my galleries represent. These 8x10 "snapshots" are painted on birch panels cradled by solid wood, ready for hanging or perching on a mantle or shelf. Thanks for taking a look, I hope you see a favorite place you may have visited!
Saturday, April 22, 2017 – 6-9 PM
Tyler White O'Brien Art Gallery
307 State Street, Greensboro, NC
Kristin Gibson, is delighted to contribute her piece titled “Apples for Africa” created for Tyler White O’Brien Gallery’s Fifth Crayons Matter Benefit Event!
Gallery artists are invited to donate a crayon inspired work of art with all proceeds from the silent auction directly given to Crayons Matter. Please visit crayonsmatter.org and tylerwhitegallery.com to learn more.
A pack of crayons is all it takes. Because crayons matter.
“No child should go without a pack of crayons that they can call their own. Please join us on our journey to ensure that every child has the opportunity to learn and grow through inspired thought.” – Courtney Fields, Founder of Crayons Matter
East Carolina University will present The Thirteenth Annual Youth Arts Festival on Saturday, March 25th, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This event will be held on the "mall" area in the center of campus. In case of rain, the festival will be held in the Leo W. Jenkins Fine Arts Building on Fifth Street.
Kristin Gibson, ECU School of Art & Design Alumni in painting and surface design is looking forward to again this year painting with all the kids and families. Wear messy clothes to have fun in, and enjoy many art mediums in one place!
The festival will bring over 150 visual and performing artists to campus who will share their creative talents with the children of our community. Varied talented musical, dance and theatrical groups will also be featured at the festival. Children will have the opportunity to visit with artists demonstrating activities such as wheel thrown ceramics, traditional watercolor painting, weaving, blacksmithing, paper-making, printmaking, sculpture, portraiture and a myriad of other visual art media. Featured visual artists will come from surrounding states, North Carolina, Greenville, and from the School of Art and Design at East Carolina University.
Children will also have the opportunity to create their own artwork with the help of professional artists and art students. There will be lots of other fun and exciting interactive activities for children of all ages during the day. March 25th will be a day full of "fun and adventure." All children, families and individuals interested in the arts are welcome.
All events are free and open to the public.
BENEFITTING THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE OF DURHAM & WAKE
MARCH 10, 2017
Kristin Gibson is honored to be a part of Ronald McDonald House of Durham & Wake’s annual Hearts of Gold Gala. Kristin will be painting a canvas during the evening, capturing a glimpse and spirit of the gala in her unique style. This painting will be part of the live auction. A special body of work will be on exhibit and available for sale, with 50% of all purchases directly benefiting the families of Ronald McDonald House of Durham & Wake.
“Through my work as an artist I am most proud of the chances to give back, and supporting Ronald McDonald House of Durham is part of my heart. As a mother that stayed many nights at the House, my family experienced first hand the comfort, hope and solace that emanates from every warm welcome, baked cookie, soft pillow. The House is each amazing person within it, who greets you where you are, in darkest hours, and becomes a light. My family’s journey led to moving here for ongoing care with our team at Duke. With a piece of my heart left in both our former home and Ronald McDonald House, weekly volunteering for Pancake Day and Housewarming, still finds me receiving more light than I can possibly return.
The genre of still life is where I have found my voice, even more meaningful now, as truly still life is a reminder that life is ever changing, take joy in simple pleasures. The galleries who represent my work are equally dedicated to support community efforts and a spirit of giving. Thank you for your presence and your giving at the Hearts of Gold Gala for Ronald McDonald House of Durham & Wake.”
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An invitational group exhibition opening Friday January 27 at Eno Gallery
January 27 - March 25, 2017
Michael Brown, Kristin Gibson, Julyan Davis, Molly Cliff Hilts, Mike Hoyt, Tezh Modarressi and Marlise Newman
We come together in the winter months to share, to seek comfort and nourishment at the table. Scenes of bright fresh fruits and warm repasts draw a contrast with the gray days of winter. Families and friends come together to share. To seek nourishment both physically and emotionally. The rhetorical function of food is to represent the culture of a country. It can be used as a form of communication. The food we bring in warms our soul and the many culinary delights at this time of year are a feast for all our senses. We eat not just with our mouths but with our eyes. Each of the accomplished artists in this exhibition share their vision of the theme 'At The Table’.
100 S. Churton St, Hillsborough, NC 27278
Tues - Thurs: 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 12:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Seventh annual collection of art based on the poetry of Dr. James Applewhite
CITY ART GALLERY
in partnership with North Carolina Literary Review
Friday, January 13
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
7:00 pm poetry reading by Dr. James Applewhite
National Endowment for the Arts Award Fellowship of Southern Writers
N.C. Literary Hall of Fame
Collection includes paintings, ceramics, sculpture and jewelry.
City Art Gallery
511 Red Banks. Rd., Greenville, NC 27858
Show runs through February 10.
Gallery hours Mon-Fri 10:00 am — 6:00 pm, Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
DECEMBER 4, 2016 - JANUARY 13, 2017
Winter Show brings together over 120 artists each year from across North Carolina and constitutes a comprehensive survey of the finest art and craft being produced in the state. The artists come from around the state, with a mix of mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, ceramic, jewelry, woodwork and fiber works, all within a harmonious installation. Artists showing work in the exhibition vary not only by mediums, but also by experience, background and perspective. The public is invited to view a carefully curated selection of works from emerging and returning North Carolina artists in The Gallery at GreenHill. With over 500 works all available for sale, Winter Show is the quintessential showing of art produced by North Carolina artists today.
WINTER SHOW PUBLIC OPENING | DEC 4 | 2 - 5 PM
Each year Winter Show brings together over 120 artists from across North Carolina and beyond and constitutes a comprehensive survey of the finest art and craft being produced for sale. At the public opening on December 4, join us a fun afternoon for the whole family. Visitors can enjoy holiday cookies and view Winter Show in a relaxed setting. Led by artist/educator Steven M. Cozart, student docents from Weaver Academy will be giving presentations on artists and works featured in Winter Show. Free and open to the public. Donations appreciated.
FIRST CHOICE | NOV 30, 2016 | 5:30 - 7:30 PM
First Choice is an exclusive art buying opportunity on Wednesday evening, November 30. Patrons buy an art credit at $500, $1,000 or $2,500 increments which is applied toward the purchase of their artwork.