Public Sculptures by Paul D. Gibson seen at 77 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco - New Life
Public Sculptures by Paul D. Gibson seen at 77 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco - New Life

New Life

Description
“New Life” is a Patina bronze and stone sculpture done by Paul D. Gibson in 2009. It stands gracefully at the lobby of 77 Van Ness Avenue.
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My visual interest in transparent objects, realism, spatial ambiguity, abstraction, picture plane, multiple vanishing points and perceptual perspective at times may make the viewer a bit uncomfortable but visually stimulating. This is my main visual problem I am trying to achieve-“give the viewer a visual experience they have not seen”. The glass vases, blue, orange cords, tools, mirror, painted cups, larger then life images seem to be to be floating in space. The viewer feels as if they can place their hand into the picture and the feeling they are able to push, catch, touch the objects as they see on a flat picture plane.

Paul D. Gibson was born 1957 in Los Angeles, California. Paul graduated from Art Center College of Design BFA Pasadena California, Painted at the National Academy of Design, New York, NY on a full scholarship.”

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