Past Exhibition: Beth Gibbeson, Got Me Singing
Using a variety of artistic processes, I seek to describe the landscape as an environment of change and relationship. I intend to rely on my own unique interpretation and then abstraction of the landscape. In doing so, my work depicts the independence, merging and unity of places I have called home."
Beth Gibbeson completed her Bachelor / Honours Degree in Fine Arts Painting at RMIT. She currently paints full time in her studio at home in Frankston South where she is able to frequently explore the beautiful landscapes of living next door to the Mornington Peninsula.
My paintings are inspired by the connection between the altered natural landscape and the constructed forms set within it. The experiences and relationships with landscape from places I have lived. I draw on memory and allow the atmosphere of my experiences connect elements of the landscape together. I like to explore how we imprint ourselves into the environment through time thereby inadvertently changing the landscape.