Gerry Newcomb uses cast glass as the primary medium for his creative imagery. These open-faced castings have one clear and glossy side that allows the viewer to see into the piece. The opposite side is formed into detailed and intricate shapes and textures. The result is an object that can be viewed from multiple perspectives. In addition, many of the works are silvered allowing light to enter the surface and reflect off the glass textures and colors.
Gerry’s artwork is shown through various galleries and is also included in many public and private commissions. He divides his time between a studio in Seattle, Washington and a studio on Lopez Island, north of Seattle.
- Gerry recently installed a sculpture at the San Juan Sculpture Park, San Juan Island.
- Gerry’s studio is only open to the public at the Annual Lopez Island Artist Studio Tour. The next tour will be Labour Day Weekend, 2017. More info at Lopez Island Artist Guild
- Gerry recently had shows at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts Gallery in November 2014, Confluence Gallery June 2015, and at the Chimera Gallery on Lopez Island in July 2015.