Ginny Gibson

Biography

Since childhood, I’ve loved working with my hands, building with tools, drawing, and painting. I took various art classes in high school and then received a master’s degree in teaching with an art minor. As an adult I’ve taken numerous art classes but when I moved to Corvallis 4 years ago I found wonderful ceramics teachers and I began working with clay exclusively.  I love the creative process that enables me to infuse my work with depth and meaning, be serious yet whimsical, and capture the best of the human spirit and womanhood.

 

I make women because they bear hardships and carry burdens; they love unconditionally; they cheer when a friend gets an award; their hearts break when a friend dies; they know that a hug and a kiss can soothe someone's pain. The heart of a woman is what makes the world keep turning - they are joy, hope and love.

"How'd You Do That?"

"How'd You Do That?" by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

"Grandma and Me"

"Grandma and Me" by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Feeling Free

Feeling Free by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Mother's Love

Mother's Love by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Leaving

Leaving by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Feeling Pretty

Feeling Pretty by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Wondering

Wondering by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Elbow to Elbow

Elbow to Elbow by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Ceramic "Luggage"

Ceramic "Luggage" by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Tea Time

Tea Time by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic

Coffee In the Rain

Coffee In the Rain by Ginny Gibson

Ceramic