About Jean Gibson
Jean Gibson began making canvas reliefs in 1977 when she was forced to abandon resin sculpture due to an allergy. She commented: "I return repeatedly to nature in the search for the meaning of sculpture and I try to extract the fundamental, the simple and the essence of what I see."
Untitled II 
Mixed media (fibreglass resin, tetrion, herculite and PVA), 48 x 54 cm
Donated by the artist's daughters, Phoebe and Zoe Whishaw 2002.