Geer's Creations
Fine Stone Sculpture and Pewter Miniatures
by J. Gail Geer and Criis Geer Chagnon

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J. Gail Geer
How I became a sculptor,
and why I love it!
Criis Geer Chagnon
About my daughter Criis
and her work.
Bears & New Work
New bears and other work made in the last year or so.
Bronze miniatures and
tabletop pieces.
Favorite pieces in various media,
Public and Private Commissions.
I'll be glad to do a custom design. Please call, write or send email.
About Stone
The types of stone I use,
and how to take care of my work.
Galleries & Shows
... where you can see my work
(and buy it, too!)
Classes and Demonstrations
Learn to Carve!!

Fellow Artists
Other Artists whose work I admire

Gail Geer creating "Second Summer" in Pietrasante Italy, July 2012

Creating "Second Summer"
Images of my second summer in Pieatra Santa, Italy
carving Carrara Marble.

Second Summer is currently on view at Signature 9 Gallery in Roanoke.

How to Order

Unless marked SOLD or NFS, all the pieces on this site are available for sale. You may place an order by calling the number below, or by sending email.

For telephone orders we accept Master Card, VISA, American Express, and Discover.  Just call the number below.  We will need card number, expiration date, and billing address, including zip code, as shown on the card.

You can also use the Buy Now button for PayPal purchases of my
jewelry. and miniature pewter sculptures.

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(540) 774-4905

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What's New

July 13, 2014

Middle Age is at the Bath County Art Show until July 27. Please vist her, and enjoy the artwork by many local artists.

July 9, 2014
My next class at the Taubman Museum is a Saturday Workshop for kids, on July 26th, 2014 from 12:30am - 4:30pm . Come and learn to carve Native American Style Soapstone Animals.

We will use soapstone to create carvings with hand tools. Students will learn to look at the stone and see shapes and forms that lead to the final sculpture. Expect to work hard.

No prior knowledge of carving is assumed. Instruction will use basic terminology, and all techniques will be demonstrated to the students as we introduce each tool. Wear working clothes and plan to get dusty! All stone and necessary tools will be provided.

Ages: 10 and up
Fee: $30 Members, $35 Non-Members + $10 supply fee.

How To Register:

  • Online Here
  • By Phone, call 540.342.5760
  • By Mail, mail check to Taubman Museum of Art, c/o Museum School, 110 Salem Ave SE, Roanoke, VA 24011
  • In Person

Visit the Taubman Museum site for more information.

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