Jody Hope Gibbons

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Mask
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Tactile Study
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Antique Charm
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Pasture #3
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Across The Bay 2
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Sweet Pea
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Contours of Our Land
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Copper Elements
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Strata Study
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Romance III
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Force
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Shimmer II
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Layer Upon Layer
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Aglow 10
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Botanic (SOLD)
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Covet II (SOLD)
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Dream 5 (SOLD)
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Endeavour (SOLD)
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Flora (SOLD)
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Glory (SOLD)
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Hope 1 (SOLD)
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Immerse III (SOLD)
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Posy (SOLD)
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Prosper (SOLD)
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Shimmer I (SOLD)
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Tribal 3 (SOLD)
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Vintage (SOLD)
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Symbolic III
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Symbolic V
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Retro Vibe 1
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Landfall
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Floral Abundance
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Garden Glory
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About Jody Hope Gibbons

Born and bred in beautiful Northland, Jody Gibbons is her name originally, however she chose to try and incorporate her family name as her artist signature to honor the passing of her father.

Jody is a contemporary New Zealand painter with works held in private collections here and throughout the world. Born and bred in beautiful Northland, Jody Gibbons is her name originally, but she uses her family name of HOPE GIBBONS as her artist signature to honor the passing of her father and as she already was well known for her children’s art done under the name “jodyg”.

She has spent a considerable amount of time being privately tutored and has completed several Mastery Contemporary Painting courses in Auckland. She has recently been published in “New Zealand’s Favourite Artists” Volume 2, plus has been featured in lifestyle publications such as “NZ Life and Leisure” magazine.

The current body of works explores the materiality of paint – it pushes the boundaries of traditional painting practice and techniques. It exploits the use of paint, rust, inks, leaf and varnish. This work is ever-changing and currently becoming bolder, colourful and more gestural, however the recurring reference back to the land is now becoming evident.

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