Collector’s Choice: Bill Gingles




“Painting is alchemy. Spirit and matter transformed in the crucible of painting.

Nothing is static: As I change paint into paintings, I feel the paintings change me.

I paint because I have to see again and again what will happen next when I am mixed with paint. And while the paintings are clearly visible, what I bring to them seems largely hidden. Daily living is a wall behind which much of our being resides and acts in the dark. The paintings then become a means of trying to find out just who is painting them.

But as every completed painting suggests more paintings to come, I’ve come to believe there are more mysteries in art than answers.

Painting is a moving balance between controlling the painting and allowing it to lead the way. The magic is in finding a way to let go. “. Bill Gingles



imageThe artist’s studio




Costello-Childs Contemporary Fine Art. Scottsdale, AZ
Mason Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, TN
MAC Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sopa Fine Arts, Kelowna, British Columbia, Cananda
Ogilvie/Pertl Gallery, Chicago, IL
Solo Exhibitions

2015 Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA
2011 Darnell Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
2010 Brunner Gallery, Covington, LA
2008 Robert Hughes Gallery, San Antonio, TX
2007 Ogilvie / Pertl Gallery, Chicago, IL
2007 Amy Baber Fine Art, Shreveport, LA
2002 Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX
1999 Wyndy Morehead Fine Arts, New Orleans, LA
1998 Taylors’ Contemporanea Fine Arts, Hot Springs National Park, AR
1997 East Bank Gallery, Bossier City, LA
1996 Casa d’ Arte, Shreveport, LA
1992 The Fountainhead Gallery, Houston, TX
1990 Centenary College, Shreveport, LA
1990 The Fountainhead Gallery, Houston, TX
1989 Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
Selected Group Exhibitions

2016 Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
2016 Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, TN
2015 Palazzo dell’ Annunziata, Matera, Italy

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