Gerry served with the United States Air Force in the Far East and Europe. After military service he joined the police department working as a forensic artist, patrol and administration. He received a BA in Criminal Justice from Alvernia University in 1976. Gerry retired as Chief of Police from the Department in 2006 and is currently working as a full time artist. “My overall style is Contemporary Impressionism. Contemporary Impressionism is a very broad category, which basically includes, any work or body of work done in a realistic or representational style. Works need not portray every blade of grass to capture the spirit of the subject. What you leave out can be just as important as what you put in.”
Tina and Gerry Lake Placid, Anirondacks, 1980’s
Gerry on the Adirondack railroad
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