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on April 3 at
Justin Gibbens’s Bird of Paradise XII: Medusa Anhinga (2008), watercolor, graphite, gouache, colored pencil, and oolong on paper, 40 by 26 inches
At G. Gibson Gallery. (More images here.)
This I like.
This reminds me of Walton Ford...
@2 yeah - it took me about half a second to think the same thing. definitely walton ford.
Very nice rendering of a four headed snakebird, aka: "The Water Turkey of Doom".
I always look forward to your posts. I appreciate them and I like everything you feature. Sorry that I'm not coming off as sarcastic or whatever, but I just wanted to communicate that. Thank you, Jen Graves.
@2 I saw it in person tonight and thought the exact same thing. One difference is that there is less background/scene setting/narrative in the paintings. The other artist showing there, Nealy Blau, a photographer, also had awesome work.
I had the HUGEST crush on Justin in college...
both shows are great, but i love his PUNCH show!!
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