A look at the work of Gibson''s inaugural Artist in Residence.

Gibson Custom's Artist in Residence: James A. Willis
Gibson Custom has launched a new program that aims to support established and up-and-coming fine artists with studio space and access to the company's craftsmen and women to produce one-of-a-kind artistic collaborations. The first artist, James A. Willis, is known for using oil and acrylic paint to capture the color, light, architecture, and people of his home in New York City. Gibson will announce more details about the application process later this year.

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