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Drawing is about hope

Working across mediums, Bonnie Gibbons’s playful work reflects her ongoing explorations of light, surface and pattern. 

From a van shaped studio, Bonnie Gibbons enjoys the process of observing and absorbing her surroundings; looking at things from the floor, and then straight up into the sky, the ground leading into a great expanse of nothing. For Bonnie, art is about hope - often optimistic, sometimes uneasy.  Plants are as pleased for the rain as they are for the sun, and a storm is beautiful because within grey skies there are hidden reds, yellows, blues.

Originally trained as a knitwear designer, Bonnie Gibbons has created structures and surfaces that have been sold internationally. She has exhibited her art in London, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, and has work in various private collections.

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Summer Exhibition, Townhouse Spitalfields, London, 2021
This is Ealing, Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery, Ealing, London, 2021
Yet to Arrive, Cre8 Gallery, Hackney, London, 2013
Art & Design Foundation Show, Oxford Brookes School of Art, Oxford, 2012
Spring Exhibition, Cock Harbour Gallery, Evesham, Cotswolds, 2011 


BA (hons) Fashion Design | Kingston School of Art

Art and Design Foundation | Oxford Brookes University

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