Artist Thalia Gibbs-Jackson Died In Los Alamos In May … Her Remaining Baskets Are For Sale At Nu2U

Basket by fiber artist Thalia Gibbs-Jackson. Courtesy/Nu2U

Baskets by Thalia Gibbs-Jackson. Courtesy/Nu2U

Staff Report

Shirley Ann “Thalia” Gibbs-Jackson, 60, a resident of Los Alamos and native of Folkston, Ga., passed away May 26, 2015 at her residence in Los Alamos.

Gibbs-Jackson was a very talented artist and a vendor at Nu2U Consignment & Gift Store. The store has continued to display her baskets and hair pieces at the request of her sister in the hope to sell the remainder of her items and send the proceeds to her family.

Nu2U Consignment at 1460 Trinity Dr. Suite 1 is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Basket by Thalia Gibbs-Jackson.  Courtesy/Nu2U

Basket by Thalia Gibbs-Jackson. Courtesy/Nu2U

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