Deep East Texas, Photographs by David H. Gibson. Atlanta: Longstreet Press, 1993, 51 illustrations.

Canyonland Vision – The Colorado Plateau of Southeast Utah, Photography by David H. Gibson, Introduction by John B. Rohrbach, 45 reproductions, published by Waterous & Company, Calgary, Alberta, 2002, “Limited Edition Book”.

“Oceans”: Edited by Sue Hostetler, introduction by Robert Redford, published by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., NYC, 2002.

"Along Cypress Creek", Photographs by David H. Gibson, Published by David H. Gibson, 2008, Limited Edition 1000 copies

"Water Cascade: A Sequence" A book of ten reproductions, and one original photograph by David H. Gibson.  Nazraeli Press One Picture Book No. 61.  Printed in an edition of 500 copies in 2010.


Book of Days 1991 Austin: Book of Days, 1991. (Limpia Creek, Fort Davis, TX)

Janet Kutner, "Eloquence in Solitude," The Dallas Morning News, September 22, 1990, pp. 5C and 13C.

"David H. Gibson," Hasselblad Forum, November 1991, Volume 27, pp. 8-13.

"David H. Gibson: A Reverent Eye," Articles (The Wichita Center for the Arts), Spring/Summer 1991.

Fotofest 1992, exhibition catalogue, Houston, Texas, pp. 288-9.

Philip Van Keuren, Vista to View, The Panoramic Image in Landscape Photography, exhibition catalogue,1993.

Loris Scott, “Photos capture beauty of East Texas,” Advocate, Victoria, Texas, Dec. 12, 1993.

Sarah Sue Goldsmith, “Book of photos captures quiet beauty of Texas,” Sunday Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 13, 1994.

Still Moments, David H. Gibson, exhibition catalogue, Amarillo Museum of Art, 1994, 13 pages.

40th Anniversary Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Valley House Gallery, October 15-November 26, 1994

“David H. Gibson’s Landscape Photographs of the Southwest,” Naturally Speaking, January/February 1995.

Rob Sheppard, “Luminous Landscapes: David Gibson’s black-and-white images capture the quiet side of nature,” PHOTOgraphic, March 1995, pp. 46-49.

Canyonland Visions, poster for Amon Cater Museum exhibition Canyonland Visions: A Photographic Perspective, September 1995, reproduces Buck Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah, #119.

Susan Hallsten McGarry, “Market Report,” Southwest Art, July 1996, p. 56.

“Blick in die Welt,” Photo Technik International, July-August 1996, pp. 68-81, reproduces Rock Head, StormLight Passage, and Brazos Cliffs.

John Stevenson, “Platinum-A Medium for the Hopelessly Obsessed,” View Camera, September/October 1996, pp. 36-42, reproduces Camellia.

Establishment Exposed, exhibition catalogue, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas, 1996, pp. 12 & 13.

David Marcus, Irish Christmas Stories, Bloomsbury Books, 1996, cover illustration: Grove at Brazos Cliffs, New Mexico, 1993.

Luminance: A National Exhibition of Photographic Works, exhibition catalogue, March 1996, Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas, reproduces Walking Rain.

Gail Sachson, “15 Texas artists find themselves part of the ‘establishment’,” People, December 5, 1996, p. 25.

Have You Heard, newsletter, Heard Natural Science Museum, January 1997, p. 1.

Mike Daniel, “Photo Show steeped in the Art of Texas,” Dallas Morning News Guide, April 4, 1997, p. 46, reproduces Tree Rhythms and Reflections, Baxter Slough, Silsbee, Texas.

Photography in New York: A Guide, May/June 1997, p. 47. (The Platinum Gallery)

“Around the area,” and “Snapshots,” Contact Sheet: Bi-monthly Newsletter of the Texas Photographic Society, 1997, vol. 17, no. 4.

“Photography: David H. Gibson,” Lubbock Magazine, August 1997, p. 30.

Kathleen McCloud, “Play of light and shadow,” Pasatiempo, Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 8- August 14, 1997, p. 42.

Mary Oliver, “Home,” Aperture, Winter 1998, issue 150, reproduces Cloud March, Fort Davis, Texas 1988, p. 32-33.

Lana Sweeten-Shults, "View Finder: Photographer shoots dynamics of nature," Times Record News, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1998.

Contact Sheet: Bi-Monthly Newsletter of the Texas Photographic Society, 1998 Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 3-4.

John B. Rohrbach, "Retro-Vision: David Gibson’s Continuing Commitment to the Beauty of the Land in Black and White," View Camera, January/February 1999, 42-48.

Marion Laffey Fox, “Evocative Environs: David H. Gibson captures the drama of the Western landscape in black and white,” Southern Accents, September 1999, pp. 150-154.

“City Guide,” D Dallas/Fort Worth, September 1999, p. 135, reproduces Dawn Along Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas .

“Wide Open Vistas: Panoramic photographer’s works on display at Valley House,” Richardson News, Thursday, August 26, 1999, p. 2B, reproduces Near Nuestra Senora del Far, Catalonia, Spain and Fall at Brazos Cliffs, Tierra Amarilla Grant, New Mexico.

Mike Daniel, “Making a case for B&W photography,” The Dallas Morning News Guide, September 3, 1999, p. 65, reproduces Three Trees, Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas.

Amy Upshaw, “Artist Capturing Life on Film,” Tyler Morning Telegraph, January 17, 2000, Sec. 1, pp. 1,8.

“Collection: The Gift of Art,” Program, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, March through September 2000, p. 12, reproduces Three Trees, Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas.

Trevor White, editor, “America’s Elite 1000: The Ultimate List,” Cadogan Publications Inc., NewYork, 2000, Branch Arch, Limpia Creek, Fort Davis, Texas reproduced on p.216.

Kerry Oliver-Smith, The Swamp: On the Edge of Eden, exhibition catalogue, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainsville, Florida, 2000, Three Trees illustrated on p. 45.