Gibson got his artistic encouragement to paint from a
local landscape artist named A. E. "Bean" Backus.
He and these other artists became the Highwaymen, painting
the raw beauty and mystique of Florida. Gibson would paint
for days at a time with the other artists. Then after
accumulating a new group of work he would take off on
the highway to sell his paintings in towns north, south
and west of his native Fort Pierce.
will pay cash today
for your Highwaymen artwork.
ensure a quick evaluation of your painting, e-mail a copy
of the painting to me with the size and name of the artist
who signed it. I am only interested in original paintings,
no prints or lithographs.
may also call me now on my cell phone but email is the fastest
way to reach me. (954) 398-4353. If I can't
answer then please leave a message describing the artwork
you have on my voicemail stating the the size and name of
the artist who signed it.