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June 04, 2014
Gib was my friend whose memory will always be with me forever. I met Gib in 1975 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. Gib had opened his own art studio and foundry and named it The Renaissance Art Gallery and Lost Wax Foundry. I knew nothing about art, but Gib took me under his wing and taught me about the lost wax process of making molds and casting molten bronze. I miss him very much, I would call him every few months or so just to say Hi and to tell him I loved him and he always answered back that I love you too. The world lost a great artist, but those that knew him lost a great friend. Love Always, Gary McCullough Sr.
April 04, 2014
Knew Gib in Denver and acquired a number of his works.
A good guy and a great talent.
Ron Cambre
March 30, 2014
I have been asked to extend Sympathies to all on behalf of my uncle, Norman John Brokaw, my mom, Shirley Parmley and Gib's High School Classmates. My mom was in art class with Gib. She said, he was a wonderful artist & was always ‘ahead of his time'. She said, ‘he was the first Beatnik in Granite City'. Also, I wanted you to let you know, George Pellet cherished his friendship with Gib. They talked often. George passed away in January 2013. George use to tell me great stories of his good times with Gib.
March 30, 2014
Sympathies to all, who loved Gib. He was such an asset to the world! I was lucky enough to view his exhibit a few years ago, when it was at SIUE. Everything was magnificent. Thank you, Gib, for sharing your talent with us!
March 18, 2014
Until we meet again Gib. Thank you for all the wisdom, laughs and heartfelt conversations. You gave me the oppoturnity in working on your first two books and so so so much more. I took your advice last summer, no smokes since our last visit. Prayers to the family. Love Ya Man!
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