Liz Gibson is a self-proclaimed “Deformance” artist who expresses her personal experience of living with a birth defect through her art. Liz Gibson works in painting, sculpture, video, installation, performance and storytelling. Her art has been presented and exhibited in galleries, colleges and museums including performances at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, the Jepson Center at the Telfair Museum in Savannah and the Ringling Museum of Art. Gibson was selected to receive one of eight Individual Artist Fellowships from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs for 2014. She is a recipient of a Spark Grant funded by Florida Blue Insurance to bring art experiences about her themes to young adults in Jacksonville in 2014-2015. She also received a grant from the Community Foundation of Northeast Florida for 2013-14. She received her MFA in Performance Art from Florida State University in 2011. Gibson is based in Jacksonville, Florida and teaches at the University of North Florida.

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