About the Artist
As I was growing up in the town of Lincoln (~ 1965 – 1975), I spent many happy hours in and around Walden Pond. While I was at Milton Academy and Bowdoin College, I visited Walden often when I came home on weekends and vacations. And soon after college, when I was living in Cambridge, I continued my visits and started my Walden Series of paintings.
- In 1989, I became a member of the Copley Society and started exhibiting my Walden paintings there and in other galleries around the Boston area.
- In 2002, I had a solo exhibit of my Walden paintings in the gift shop gallery at Walden Pond.
- In 2002, I started what became an ongoing exhibit of my Walden paintings at the Walden Woods Project/Thoreau Institute.
- In 2010, images of all my Walden paintings were put into the permanent archives of the Walden Woods Project/Thoreau Institute.
I feel my appreciation for Walden in a variety of ways: By walking in the woods and swimming in the pond, by reading Thoreau (and Emerson), by making paintings and writing books.
And I like to share my appreciation by exhibiting my paintings and publishing my books.
- Returning to the Path
- Walden/Hudson (forthcoming)
No image may be reproduced without permission.
Several paintings from Prescott Gibbons’ Walden series were on display at the Walden Pond Visitor Center during April through June, 2019. They’re now at the Walden Woods Project headquarters. Take a look next time you visit!
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