Gideon’s Sculpture Gallery

Not limiting himself to only one style, or to one medium, Gideon set himself aside from many artists by having a strong command of his sculpting abilities. Having created hundreds of sculptures, small to larger–than–life size, over a span of decades, Gideon’s works prove his mastery of this very difficult and timeless medium.

Below is a small selection of masterpieces, selected from different styles and time periods across Gideon’s career. Please enjoy!

A Small Selection of Gideon’s Masterpieces for Viewing

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Gideon (born Elmo Gideon) passed away peacefully at his home on Dec. 21, 2010 after a lengthy illness. Gideon is survived by his wife Heather Gideon, sister Eloise Flood, daughter Terry and husband Ed Markham, son Richter and wife Kathy Gideon, granddaughter Jennifer (Markham) Mabe, and grandsons Eric and Adam Markham, and Richter Gideon Jr, and great-granddaughters Ashton and Autumn Mabe, and Bailey and Erika Markham. This site was created to give everyone a chance to participate and show their love and support for Gideon’s family.

Donations may be made online by clicking on the Donate button below, or sent to the Gideon Museum, PO Box 2956, Thomasville, Georgia, 31799.

For more information on Gideon, please visit the artist’s website www.gideonart.com.