Color and movement in abstract art is exciting for the beauty and mystery that develops on the canvas. Allowing paint to move and flow creates new and unimagined colors and forms—improvisational art. Geri is drawn to the freedom and ambiguity of contemporary art and the freedom to take risks and be spontaneous.
Geri has been an artist-member of Gallery 209 since it’s beginning. She has worked in and studied various types of art —sculpture, pottery, photography, crafts, silk painting, textile art— and has studied under many national artists, including David Kessler, Mark Mahferty, Pat Dews, David Daniels, Linda Kemp, Carrie Brown, Liam Zhen, and others.