Becky Gibson

Becky Gibson completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2006 at the National Art School in Sydney. Since then, Becky has held numerous solo and group exhibitions. She was awarded the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship in 2011, which allowed her to travel and study in Europe and America. Becky recently won the Allen Gamble Memorial Art Prize as part of the Mosman Art Prize for 2014, and was awarded the Nick Waterlow OAM Highly Commended Award as part of the Macquarie Group Emerging Artist exhibition. Becky has recently participated in exhibitions at the Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery and Arts Centre, Damien Minton Gallery and the Adelaide Perry Art Gallery where she was Artist-in-Residence for 2014.

Becky paints a broad spectrum of subject matter but is mainly drawn to the Australian Landscape. Her work contemplates the Australian Landscape in all its guises, with particular interest in the ever-changing nature of inner city Sydney compared with the decay and inertness found outside the city limits.


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