Gail Geer carves figurative and animal forms from Carrera marble and Virginia
soapstone. An artist from childhood, she discovered the joy of three-dimensions
while learning lost-wax jewelry making from the Navaho at Glendale Community College
in Arizona. Later she studied stone carving with Chi Che Davis at Virginia Western
Community College. Her most recent training was at Artspace in Pietrosanto, Italy
where she learned the techniques for carving marble.
teaches sculpture at the Art Museum of Western Virginia, and at Roanoke City and
County Schools, sponsored by the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge and the KICS program.
She recently received a grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the
National Endowment for the Arts for an Artist in Residency program at Allegheny