Today we’d like to introduce you to Wendy Wilson-Gibson.
Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
I enjoy working in time elements and dividing instants. In the space of hypothesis, proving or disproving what the thoughts are surrounding a subject. I am not unique or new, I am linked in a timeless manner to all other creatives. I am an artist in everything I do continually thinking, writing, creating, and curating the depth of moments to come. I channel the future and research the past looking for connections and continuity.
Please tell us about your art.
I create depths of study in spaces, curating exhibitions. Exhibitions about culture including music, art, literature, architecture, science. In the studio I create what obsesses me, lately this has been affordable housing in the forms of caves. I study artists and collectors who were ahead of time designing objects a hundred years before they came into common use. I believe if we watch patiently and listen carefully enough we can see the future in the actions of artists, through music, sculpture, drawing, painting, and all forms of expression.
What do you think is the biggest challenge facing artists today?
Affordable space in San Diego
How or where can people see your work? How can people support your work?
University Heights Art Walk “Art Shed.” Curating around San Diego and at the Bonita Museum & Cultural Center.
- Address: 4355 Bonita Rd. Bonita, Ca. 91902
- Website: wlwilsongibson.wix.com/contact
- Phone: 6192675141
- Email: email@example.com
- Instagram: #wlwilsongibson
Mythical California, Niki de Saint Phalle exhibition; David Bowie Cave of Wonder exhibition; In The Studio: Art Dialogs exhibition; Malibu Caves; Lestat’s Cave; UH Caves; Del Dios Cave; Malibu Cave.