Georgia Gerber Fox shown in clay . It is not unusual for the sculptor to spend as much as two years just sculpting a work in clay . Then the numerous casting of a bronze sculpture begins.. as many as eighteen steps.
Editions are limited to 15 with the sculptor keeping one for her estate . NEW WORK .
Not titled yet. 15”H x 41”W x 16D
Probably available in four months. Best ESTIMATED price is in the $4,800 range
Happy New Year “First to See” friends. I’m back in the studio painting and appreciate you allowing us to send you my latest work. Jeff
A breaker, rolling into sunlight under a hole in the clouds, was the first thing that started me thinking about painting this oil. Like a spotlight on the stage, well placed sunlight in a painting illuminates the story an artist hopes to tell. Out on the horizon, in another patch of sunlight, sits the lighthouse on Tillamook Rock. Breakers and dune grass, lighthouse and sunlight, it can be that simple.
Original Framed Oil 21” x 25” $3,000 – Image 16’ x 20” All Rights Reserved
The Museum of NW Art in La Conner Washington has just curated a Georgia Gerber bronze sculpture into their permanent collection. Georgia Gerber is one of the leading Public Sculptors working today. She has the first woman owned and operated foundry in America.
The City of Cannon Beach Oregon features large Tufted Puffins
by Georgia Gerber as part of their permanent Public Art Collection. The large bronze “Tufted Puffins” were created for the small coastal town of Cannon Beach, Oregon just 75 miles West of Portland Oregon.
NW By NW GALLERY presents the largest collection of the renowned bronze sculptors work available .
Gerber defines many of our favorite NW Public gathering places with her distinctive & artistic style. Smooth lines and capturing the essence of typically an animal sculpture in bronze. Even when the works are whimsical they are always reverential.
Georgia Gerber’s Public Sculptures include the iconic “Rachel”;
the pig at the Pike Place Market & twenty six sculptures and fountains in downtown Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square.
The Museum of NW Art in La Conner also has Steve Jensen’s
large totems in their permanent collection . His sculpture “Fisherman’s Dance” is also on permanent display in Cannon Beach. Jensen is also represented by Northwest By Northwest Gallery. An advocate for the arts, gallery owner Joyce Lincoln states that Public Art is a perfect photo op often recording each visit with a keepsake photo. It also set off beautiful landscape often with visitors walking form one sculpture site to the other.