Bibliography (*Reviews)

*Angela N. Carroll, “Jerrell Gibbs Normalizes Black Innocence Through His Figurative Portraits”. Baltimore Magazine, December 13, 2018. https://www.baltimoremagazine.com/2018/12/13/jerrell-gibbs-normalizes-black-innocence-through-his-figurative-portraits

*Diana Budds, “The Black Artists + Designers Guild takes on the industry’s race problem”. CURBED, December, 4, 2018. https://www.curbed.com/2018/12/4/18124506/black-artists-designers-guild-diversity-inclusion 

Lunch Ticket, “Spotlight: Hiding in plain sight”. September, 18, 2018, https://lunchticket.org/spotlight-hiding-in-plain-sight/

*Gabriella Souza, "The Cutting Room Floor Blog": 'All I had in me into one piece', December, 2, 2016, https://thecuttingroomfloor2016.wordpress.com/2016/12/02/all-i-had-in-me-into-one-piece/

 

City Paper, “Best of Baltimore 2016”, September 13, 2016.http://www.citypaper.com/bob/2016/artsandentertainment/bcpnews-best-optimistic-emergence-jerrell-gibbs-20160913-story.html

                              

*Sarah Meehan, "The black male experience shown through art" The Baltimore Sun, June, 26, 2016.

http://digitaledition.baltimoresun.com/tribune/article_popover.aspx?guid=c6ffa6c9-ba63-4b39-8eae-15e7e2ae5db8

 

*Angela N. Carroll, “The Broken Rainbow": 'The paintings of Jerrell Gibbs in Fathers, Brothers, Sons at SpaceCamp” BmoreArt, May, 20, 2016, http://bmoreart.com/2016/05/the-broken-rainbow.html

 

May Kim, Allie Linn, Brandon Buckson, “SCROLL 3: ON SITE”, April 11, 2016.

 

Ashley Smith, “Heart of a King” Young Black Artist, July 8, 2015,https://youngblackartists.wordpress.com/2015/07/08/jerrell-heart-of-a-king/