Adele Gibson's work is rooted in her connection to the landscape both of her home in Sussex and that of North West Scotland. She uses the language of paint to convey her reverence for nature, the foces of weather and the geological formations of timespans too huge to envisage. Her paintings are reflections that we are part of something bigger than our everyday concerns.

Adele makes studies using mixed media in her sketchbooks and these form a starting point for finished paintings which are completed in her studio. During the painting process, the image develops and can incorporate visual memories together with inspiration from music, poetry and the written word. She works in oils using thin layers of transparent glazes so the image is held between appearing and disappearing.

Adele is currently studying for an MA in Fine Art at Brighton University and her work is held in private collections across the UK and Europe.